When is The Masters on Sky Sports? TV times, key coverage and how to watch live from Augusta National

May 4, 2024

Watch highlights from the third round of The Masters from Augusta National as Scottie Scheffler produced a one-under-par round to lead the tournament

The Masters is set for a thrilling climax on Sunday, with round-the-clock coverage from Augusta National once again exclusively live on Sky Sports.

Scottie Scheffler takes a one-shot lead over Collin Morikawa into the final day and is in prime position to win The Masters for the second time in three years, while Max Homa is two strokes back in third as he chases a maiden major title.

Ludvig Åberg, Bryson DeChambeau, Xander Schauffele and Nicolai Hojgaard are all inside the top 10 going into the final day, with a host of potential storylines to look forward to in what could be a major Sunday for the ages.

While preparing to be interviewed following his round, Scheffler was left stunned by Bryson DeChambeau’s hole out on the 18th hole at The Masters

Rory McIlroy is 10 behind and with his Grand Slam hopes seemingly over for another year, having last won a major in 2014, while defending champion Jon Rahm is a further two shots back having snuck into the weekend on five over.

Tiger Woods is also in the field having made a record-breaking 24th consecutive cut, although faces an early start on Sunday after carding his highest major round of his professional career with a third-round 82.

Watch the story of Tiger Woods’ worst round at a major tournament as he shot a 10-over-par 82 at Augusta National in The Masters

On Sky +, Sky Q and Sky Glass there will be lots of extra action via the red button on the Sky Sports Golf channel, providing plenty of bonus feeds and allowing you to follow players’ progress through various parts of Augusta’s famous layout.

Scheffler says he is confident with how is playing ahead of the final round at The Masters, Scheffler holds a one-shot lead at Augusta National