Masters 2018

Masters 2018: Live leaderboard, streaming, TV for All round

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CLEVELAND, Ohio — Tiger Woods, Haotong Li, Jordan Spieth, Phil Mickelson, Rory McIlroy, Justin Thomas, Dustin Johnson, Tony Finau and defending champion Sergio Garcia are among those in the field for Masters 2018 this week at Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia. The first round of the PGA Tour’s first major is today (Thursday, April 5).

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The Masters (PGA)
Pos Name Score Thru
1 J. Spieth -6 18
2t T. Finau -4 18
2t M. Kuchar -4 18
4t R. Cabrera Bello -3 18
4t A. Hadwin -3 18
4t C. Hoffman -3 18
4t H. Li -3 18
4t R. McIlroy -3 18
4t P. Reed -3 18
4t H. Stenson -3 18
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Masters 2018 schedule of events, coverage times (subject to change)

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Thursday, April 5

  • Round 1 (Masters.com; ESPN, 3-7:30 p.m.)
  • Driving range show (CBS Sports Network, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.)

Friday, April 6

  • Round 2 (Masters.com; ESPN, 3-7:30 p.m.)
  • Driving range show (CBS Sports Network, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.)

Saturday, April 7

  • Round 3 (Masters.com; CBS, 3-7:30 p.m.)
  • Driving range show (CBS Sports Network, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.)

Sunday, April 8

  • Round 4 (Masters.com; CBS, 2-7 p.m. or finish)
  • Driving range show (CBS Sports Network, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.)

Masters Tournament 2018
Dates: April 5-8.
Where: Augusta National Golf Club, Augusta, Ga.
Par: 72. Yards: 7,435.
Field size: 87.
Defending champion: Sergio Garcia.
Format: 72-hole stroke play.
Cut: After 36 holes, top 50 and ties and players within 10 strokes of the lead play the final two rounds.
Last year: Sergio defeated Justin Rose on first playoff hole to win Masters 2017. It was the 18th playoff in Masters history. Sergio, 37 at the time, secured his 10th career PGA Tour title in his 313th start and his first major in his 74th start.

Field nuggets

* 49 of Top 50 in Official World Golf Ranking (No. 10 Brooks Koepka has a wrist injury).

* 17 of 19 different winners on PGA Tour in 2017-18 season (excludes Ryan Armour/Sanderson Farms Championship and Brice Garnett/Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship).

* 65 players with at least one PGA Tour title.

* 20 Masters champions: Sergio Garcia (2017); Danny Willett (2016); Jordan Spieth (2015); Bubba Watson (2012, 2014); Adam Scott (2013); Charl Schwartzel (2011); Phil Mickelson (2004, 2006, 2010); Angel Cabrera (2009); Trevor Immelman (2008); Zach Johnson (2007); Tiger Woods (1997, 2001, 2002, 2005); Mike Weir (2003); Vijay Singh (2000); Mark O’Meara (1998); Jose Maria Olazabal (1994); Bernhard Langer (1993); Fred Couples (1992); Ian Woosnam (1991); Sandy Lyle (1988); and Larry Mize (1987).

* 8 PGA Champions Tour competitors: Fred Couples, Vijay Singh, Mark O’Meara, Bernhard Langer, Jose Maria Olazabal, Ian Woosnam, Sandy Lyle and Larry Mize.

* 23 countries represented, including 40 players from the United States, nine from England and five from South Africa. Spain, Australia and Japan each has four.

Masters fast facts

* Dating to 1991, with the exception of Zach Johnson in 2007 (T-4th), Bubba Watson in 2012 (T-3rd), Adam Scott in 2013 (3rd) and Danny Willett in 2016 (T-5th), each Masters champion has been T-2nd or better after 54 holes.

* The only Masters champion who was not inside the top 10 after 54 holes was Art Wall Jr. in 1959 (T-13th).

* Third-round leader/co-leader has won Masters 44 (out of 81) times. Most recently: Sergio Garcia (2017), Jordan Spieth (2015), Bubba Watson (2014) and Angel Cabrera (2009).

* Eventual Masters champion has come out of final Sunday pairing 22 out of the past 27 years. Exceptions: Zach Johnson (2007), Charl Schwartzel (2011), Bubba Watson (2012), Adam Scott (2013) and Danny Willett (2016).

* Youngest winner of Masters is Tiger Woods (1997, 21 years, 3 months, 14 days). … Oldest winner is Jack Nicklaus (1986, 46 years, 2 months, 23 days).

* Gary Player owns the most starts in Masters history (52).

* Largest comeback victory at Masters is eight shots (Jack Burke, 1956). Burke was eight behind Ken Venturi through three rounds.

* Americans have won 10 of the last 18 Masters dating to 2000.

* Low round at Masters is 63 (Nick Price/R3/1986, Greg Norman/R1/1996). Low round at a major championship is 62 (Branden Grace/R3/The Open Championship 2017).

* Tournament record of 18-under 270 is shared by Tiger Woods (1997) and Jordan Spieth (2015).

* There have been 28 aces in Masters history. Most recent: Matt Kuchar, 16th hole, final round last year.

* Six of past 12 Masters champions played the week before their victory. Most recent: Jordan Spieth in 2015.

* Top three players with most prize money won at Masters are Phil Mickelson ($7,801,762/25 starts), Tiger Woods ($7,360,473/20 starts) and Jordan Spieth ($3,705,200/4 starts).

* Since Masters began in 1934, no player has posted four rounds in the 60s.

* Since 1934, most major starts without a victory:

  • Jay Haas 87
  • Lee Westwood 79
  • Colin Montgomerie 72
  • Miguel Angel Jimenez 71
  • Steve Stricker 71
  • Scott Hoch 70
  • Brad Faxon 68
  • Robert Allenby 65
  • Scott Verplank 65
  • John Cook 62