AUGUSTA, Ga. — The most wonderful time of the golf season wraps up Sunday with final-round action at the 2022 Masters. With temperatures expected to rise and winds expected to calm, the door will likely be wide open for lower scores and a highly-competitive affair atop what has suddenly become a much tighter top of the leaderboard.
World No. 1 Scottie Scheffler has emerged as the leader at the Masters, maintaining his advantage with 54 holes in the books. However, Scheffler was up and down on Saturday with a 1-under 71, providing an opportunity for the rest of the field to catch up. No one took greater advantage of the chance than Cameron Smith, who blitzed the field with the round of the day, a 4-under 68. Smith halved his deficit and now sits just three strokes behind the leader with 18 holes to play. The two best golfers so far this season will duke it out on Sunday in the final pairing.
Meanwhile, Tiger Woods — in his return to professional golf for the first time in 17 months — imploded on Saturday with a 6-over 78, the worst round of his career as a pro or amateur at Augusta National. Woods gutted his way through the first two rounds on a still-recovering leg, but it was clear in Round 3 that his health was ailing as much as his putting. Two double bogeys and a lack of makeup holes put him near the back of the field despite the fact that he opened the day with an opportunity to move back into contention.
While attending the Masters is a dream for many, simply being able to watch golf on the grandest stage of them all is an incredible treat each year, and we here at CBSSports.com are thrilled to bring you wall-to-wall coverage of the Masters throughout this week.
CBS Sports’ extensive, week-long coverage across all its platforms concludes Sunday with its traditional 18-hole broadcast. Jim Nantz, in his 37th consecutive year covering the Masters, serves as host for the 35th time. Three-time Masters champion Sir Nick Faldo, 26 years after his third green jacket win, joins Nantz in the 18th tower as the lead analyst. Nantz and Faldo are joined by CBS Sports’ incredible golf team as detailed below.
Enough talking about it. Here’s how you can watch as much Masters as possible on Sunday. Be sure to stick with CBS Sports for live Masters leaderboard coverage throughout and download the CBS Sports App to watch Masters Live on your mobile device.
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Round 4 — Sunday, April 10
Round 4 start time: 10 a.m. [Tee times]
Masters Live stream
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Masters on the Range: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. (CBS Sports Network)
Featured Groups — 10:15 a.m. to 7 p.m.
10:20 a.m. — Hatton, Horschel
10:50 a.m. — Rahm, Woods
1:50 p.m. — McIlroy, Morikawa
2:40 p.m. — Scheffler, Smith
Amen Corner — 12:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Holes 15 & 16 — 1:15 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Holes 4, 5 & 6 — 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Masters.com)
TV coverage: 2-7 p.m. on CBS
TV simulcast live stream: 2-7 p.m. free on CBSSports.com, CBS Sports App
Round 4 encore: 10 p.m. on CBS Sports Network
Featured Groups: Shane Bacon, Colt Knost and Billy Kratzert begin coverage of the 2022 Masters on Thursday morning with Featured Groups. In addition, Brian Crowell and Michael Breed will serve as announcers for the Featured Groups live streaming coverage of select pairings throughout their entire round each day.
Amen Corner: Grant Boone and Mark Immelman serve as announcers for live streaming coverage of the 11th, 12th and 13th holes.
15 & 16: Luke Elvy and Ned Michaels provide commentary and analysis for live streaming video on the 15th and 16th holes.
Masters On the Range: Masters On the Range, presented Monday through Sunday on Masters Live and CBS Sports Network, will feature interviews with players, analysis of the field and breakdowns from the Tournament Practice Area at Augusta National leading up to the start and throughout the 2022 Masters. Kelly Tilghman, Brian Crowell, Amanda Renner, Michael Breed, Mark Immelman and Billy Kratzert will provide commentary throughout the week.
In addition to the live golf action, Masters Live will present video highlights and Augusta National aerials, as well as historical and Interview Room highlights. Masters Live will be available at CBSSports.com and on the CBS Sports app for mobile devices. Masters Live content also will be available via the Paramount+ subscription service along with CBS Sports’ broadcast coverage of the Tournament.
In addition to the other channels of live golf action, Masters Live will present video highlights and Augusta National aerials, as well as historical and Interview Room highlights. Masters Live and additional features on Masters.com will be available for free at CBSSports.com and on the CBS Sports App for phones and tablets. Masters Live content also will be available via the Paramount+ subscription service. Along with CBS Sports’ broadcast coverage of the Tournament, Paramount+ subscribers can stream Masters Live content online at CBS.com, on mobile devices via the CBS App and on all major connected TV devices and platforms.
CBS Sports HQ, the free 24/7 streaming sports news network, will feature live updates and reports on the leader board, plus the latest stories from the Tournament beginning Monday with CBS Sports golf writer Kyle Porter, as well as extended post-round coverage. CBS Sports HQ is available on CBSSports.com and the CBS Sports app for mobile and connected TV devices. Highlights also will be available on CBS Sports’ social channels.