Masters 2022: Final round tee times and pairings at Augusta

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What time does the final round of The Masters start, who is playing with who and when do the leaders go out at Augusta National? All of your questions answered.

World No.1 Scottie Scheffler takes a three-shot lead into the final round of The Masters, where he will play alongside Australia’s Cameron Smith, with both players seeking their first Major win.

It’s fitting that the world’s most in-form players, with five wins between them so far in 2022, will head out in the final group of the year’s first Major having both produced fine performances on a cold and challenging Saturday.

Scottie Scheffler leads The Masters by five shots at the halfway stage.

Scheffler made a miraculous bogey after taking a penalty drop on the final hole to post a one-under 71, while Smith produced the round of the day with a four-under 68 to get himself back into contention.

They are due to tee off at 7.40pm UK time.

Cameron Smith leads the chasing pack at The Masters.

Sungjae Im and Shane Lowry lead the chasing pack on four-under and two-under respectively. Im shot a one-under 71 on ‘moving day’ while Ireland’s Lowry cut a frustrated figure on the way to a one-over 73. The pair will be aiming to chase down Smith and Scheffler when they get underway at 7.30pm.

Tiger Woods, making his return to competitive action, slipped down the leaderboard after recording his highest Masters score in 93 competitive rounds at Augusta. The 15-time Major champion had five three-putts and a four-putt on his way to a six-over 78. Woods was seen limping badly after his round and hobbled out of his interview with Sky Sports.

The five-time Masters champion will play alongside former World No.1 and pre-tournament favourite Jon Rahm for the final 18 holes, begininning at 3.50pm.

Rory McIlroy produced his first under-par round of the week with a one-under 71 to sneak into the top 10 heading into the final round. The Northern Irishman will play alongside Collin Morikawa, but will need to produce something spectacular if this is to be the day he ends his eight-year Major drought and completes the Career Grand Slam. The Ryder Cup rivals head out together at 6.50pm.

Sky Sports will have featured groups coverage from 3pm, with full live coverage beginning at 7.30pm.

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The Masters flag.

The Masters: Final Round Tee Times

USA unless stated, all times BST

1510 Cameron Davis (Aus), Adam Scott (Aus)

1520 Tyrrell Hatton (Eng), Billy Horschel

1530 Patrick Cantlay, Mackenzie Hughes (Can)

1540 Max Homa, Bubba Watson

1550 Tiger Woods, Jon Rahm (Esp)

1600 Russell Henley, Daniel Berger

1610 Harold Varner III, Robert MacIntyre (Sco)

1620 Sepp Straka (Aut), Tom Hoge

1630 Seamus Power (Ire), Kevin Na

1650 Christiaan Bezuidenhout (Rsa), Joaquin Niemann (Chi)

1700 Matt Fitzpatrick (Eng), Kevin Kisner

1710 Tony Finau, Sergio Garcia (Esp)

1720 Lucas Glover, Patrick Reed

1730 JJ Spaun, Min Woo Lee (Aus)

1740 Harry Higgs, Lee Westwood (Eng)

1750 Si Woo Kim (Kor), Hudson Swafford

1800 Marc Leishman (Aus), Talor Gooch

1810 Hideki Matsuyama (Jpn), Viktor Hovland (Nor)

1830 Webb Simpson, Will Zalatoris

1840 Dustin Johnson, Cameron Champ

1850 Rory McIlroy (NIrl), Collin Morikawa

1900 Tommy Fleetwood (Eng), Jason Kokrak

1910 Corey Conners (Can), Danny Willett (Eng)

1920 Charl Schwartzel (Rsa), Justin Thomas

1930 Sungjae Im (Kor), Shane Lowry (Irl)

1940 Scottie Scheffler, Cameron Smith (Aus)

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