The 2021 Masters Final Round: Sunday Tee Times, Featured Matches, Prize Money, TV, and Streaming Info

Published 04/11/2021, 4:04 AM EDT
Golf – The Masters – Augusta National Golf Club – Augusta, Georgia, U.S. – April 10, 2021 Japan’s Hideki Matsuyama hits his tee shot on the 17th hole during the third round REUTERS/Mike Segar


We’re here. There are just a few hours to pass until the classic Round 4 begins on Sunday at the 2021 Masters. The stage is set for a grand finish at Augusta National and there are several golfers who are in the race for the championship. Read more to find out about Sunday’s pairings and the respective tee-times along with television and streaming info. 

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History was made on Saturday at Augusta National. Gloomy weather delayed proceedings by an hour during Round 3, but the action picked up soon after. 29-year-old Hideki Matsuyama shot an astonishing 7-under 65 and became the first Japanese to lead the Masters.

While Matsuyama is currently ahead with a score of -11, he is closely being trailed by four players who are tied for second. Xander Schauffele, Marc Leishman, Justin Rose, and Will Zalatoris, are all four strokes within the leader and they have a chance to go for glory in the final round on Sunday.

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2021 Masters: Round 4 Pairings and tee-times

Sunday can instill the nerves into any golfer at Augusta National. The pressure will always be on a player’s shoulder, especially if he’s in the leader heading into Round 4. Hideki Matsuyama is leading the Masters for the first time in his career and would look to close it out to earn the green jacket. 

Golf – The Masters – Augusta National Golf Club – Augusta, Georgia, U.S. – April 10, 2021 Japan’s Hideki Matsuyama acknowledges the crowd after holing his eagle putt on the 15th green during the third round REUTERS/Mike Segar TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

Matsuyama is paired with Schauffele in Round 4 and the duo will be the last group to tee-off (2:40 p.m. ET) Furthermore, Leishman and Rose will tee off at 2:30, while Zalatoris, Corey Conners will begin their match ten minutes before their successors. 

2021 Masters Round 4 tee times (All Times Eastern)

Tee timePlayers
10 a.m.Jim Herman, Adam Scott
10:10 a.m.Brendon Todd, Jose Maria Olazabal
10:20 a.m.Christiaan Bezuidenhout, Gary Woodland
10:30 a.m.Paul Casey, Billy Horschel
10:40 a.m.Abraham Ancer, Michael Thompson
10:50 a.m.Ian Poulter, Tyrrell Hatton
11 a.m.Harris English, Bryson DeChambeau
11:10 a.m.Jason Kokrak, Louis Oosthuizen
11:20 a.m.Cameron Champ, Sebastian Munoz
11:40 a.m.Matt Jones, Collin Morikawa
11:50 a.m.Matthew Fitzpatrick, Tommy Fleetwood
12 p.m.Martin Laird, Bubba Watson
12:10 p.m.Matt Wallace, Charl Schwartzel
12:20 p.m.Shane Lowry, Mackenzie Hughes
12:30 p.m.Scottie Scheffler, Jon Rahm
12:40 p.m.Webb Simpson, Joaquin Niemann
12:50 p.m.Phil Mickelson, Francesco Molinari
1 p.m.Cameron Smith, Justin Thomas
1:20 p.m.Viktor Hovland, Ryan Palmer
1:30 p.m.Henrik Stenson, Stewart Cink
1:40 p.m.Patrick Reed, Kevin Na
1:50 p.m.Si Woo Kim, Bernd Wiesberger
2 p.m.Tony Finau, Robert MacIntyre
2:10 p.m.Jordan Spieth, Brian Harman
2:20 p.m.Will Zalatoris, Corey Conners
2:30 p.m.Marc Leishman, Justin Rose
2:40 p.m.Hideki Matsuyama, Xander Schauffele

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How to watch

TV

Final Round: 2-7 p.m. on CBS

Live From The Masters: 9 a.m.-2 p.m. on Golf Channel

STREAMING

Masters Featured Groups: 10:15 a.m. – 7 p.m. on ESPN+.

Final round: 2-7 p.m. on Masters.com and the Masters app.

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Prize Money at the 2021 Masters

The Masters is the second-highest awarding Major in golf. The tournament offers a lucrative $11.5 million prize purse and the champion will receive an 18% share $2,070,000 as his prize money. Click here to view the complete breakdown of the 2021 Masters prize purse.

Who do you think will win the 2021 Masters?

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Arjun Athreya is a senior writer at Essentially Sports and has been contributing since early 2020. Having developed an avid interest in sports at an early age, he pursued a Journalism degree and graduated from Madras Christian College. Arjun manages the Golf division and its content, and primarily covers news pertaining to the NBA as well.

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