Masters replay: Scottie Scheffler claims second green jacket at Augusta

Scottie Scheffler has claimed his second green jacket.

The 2022 champion carded a 4-under par 68 and ran away from the field on the second nine to finish 11-under, four shots ahead of Masters rookie Ludvig Aberg.

The rest of the top 5 were Collin Morikawa, Max Homa and Tommy Fleetwood all at 4-under par.

CBS and Augusta also bid farewell to one of the great voices of golf, Verne Lundquist.

Those were the storylines heading into the final round of the 88th Masters Tournament on Sunday at Augusta National Golf Club.

Tiger Woods completed his final round, which included a farewell handshake with the legendary broadcaster Lundquist between the 16th and 17th holes.

Masters Leaderboard on Masters Sunday



Round 4


Scottie Scheffler (Champion)




Ludvig Aberg




Collin Morikawa




Max Homa




Tommy Fleetwood




Bryson DeChambeau




Scottie Scheffler is the 2024 Masters Champion

Scheffler put the field away on the second nine as he extended his lead multiple times and never relinquished. He's now a two-time Masters champion, and clearly the world's best player at the moment.

Scottie Scheffler rolling to his second green jacket

Scheffler birdies No. 16 to take a four-shot lead with two holes to play. He leads Ludvig Aberg (7-under) and Collin Morikawa and Max Homa at 5-under.

Scottie Scheffler pulls off magic at No. 14

The leader extended his lead to three again at 10-under par with a birdie on No. 14. The World No. 1 spun a nice wedge toward the cup that finished 2 feet from eagle.

Ludvig Aberg closes gap to Scottie Scheffler at the Masters

A birdie at No. 14 closes the gap Scheffler had just extended to three. At 7-under, Aberg is the only golfer within four shots of Scheffler (9-under)

Scottie Scheffler extends lead once again on Sunday at the Masters

A birdie on the Par-5 13th gives Scottie Scheffler a 3-shot lead again over Ludvig Aberg.

Calamity at Amen Corner on Sunday at Masters 2024

Collin Morikawa with a double bogey at No. 11, Scottie Scheffler with a bogey at the same hole and Max Homa with a double bogey on No. 12 drop the scores back a bit. But Scheffler still with a 3-shot lead on the 12th.

Ludvig Aberg double; Collin Morikawa in the water on 11 at Masters

Aberg drops four shots behind leader Scottie Scheffler with a double bogey at 11. Morikawa, in the pair behind Aberg, found the same water as Aberg as he looks to be dropping another shot or two behind. Scheffler has three straight birdies and a commanding lead.

Scottie Scheffler pulls away at the Masters; Ludvig Aberg finds water

The 2022 champion is pulling away after a birdie on No. 10. He's now two shots ahead of Max Homa and Ludvig Aberg, but the latter just found the water at No. 11.

Second Nine at Augusta; Leaderboard heating up at Masters

Now we're seeing some movement. As they say, the tournament doesn't begin until the second nine on Sunday. Scottie Scheffler nearly holed out for eagle at No. 9 while Ludvig Aberg is making the turn at 3-under for his round. Morikawa struggled to a double bogey on the hole and falls a couple spots down the leaderboard.

Scheffler has jumped back in the lead, a shot ahead of Aberg and two ahead of Max Homa. Let the tournament begin.

Ludvig Aberg Masters sinks birdie put at No. 9

The Masters, and majors, novice isn't blinking. He birdied hole No. 9 on Sunday to move to 7-under par and tied with Scheffler and Morikawa atop the leaderboard as he's going toe-to-toe with the game's best.

Scottie Scheffler, Collin Morikawa tied at top of leaderboard

The two share the lead at 7-under after both birdied the Par-5 8th.

Scheffler, Homa, Aberg, Morikawa in four-way tie for Masters lead

Max Homa birdied hole No. 8 to move into a share of the lead with Scottie Scheffler, Collin Morikawa and Ludvig Aberg. They all stand three shots ahead of Bryson DeChambeau and Tommy Fleetwood in a tie for fifth.

Scottie Scheffler drops back into three-way tie

Scheffler bogeys his second hole of the last four and drops to 6-under and tied with Collin Morikawa and Masters rookie Ludvig Aberg atop the leadboard.

Ludvig Aberg with a birdie

The Swedish golfer birdied No. 7 to move into a tie for second with Collin Morikawa. The pair are one shot off Scottie Scheffler's lead of 7-under.

Tyrrell Hatton is on fire on the second nine

One of LIV golf's newest members birdied Nos. 10, 12 and 13 to improve to 5-under on his round and into a tie for 7th at 2-under par.

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Here's everything you need to know about the California grad.

Scottie Scheffler gives a shot back at the Masters

The 2022 champion followed a birdie at No. 3 with a bogey at the 4th to come back to the field. He leads Morikawa and Homa by a shot.

Scottie Scheffler extends his Masters lead

Scheffler, ever the magician around the greens, pitched his second shot out of the greenside bunker and sank a short putt to extend his lead to two-shots over Collin Morikawa and Max Homa.

Bryson DeChambeau with a rare birdie on No. 5

The LIV golfer keeps himself in the tournament with a birdie at No. 5 to move back to 3-under, where he began his round.

An early look at the Masters Sunday Leaderboard

Max Homa is now within one shot of the lead after a birdie at the Par-5 second. After two bogeys to start his round, Bryson DeChambeau fell out of the top five, but a birdie at No. 4 brought him back to 2-under, five shots behind leader Scottie Scheffler.

All leaders off in Sunday round at The Masters

Collin Morikawa and Scottie Scheffler have teed off in the final pairing of the Masters. All leaders are now on the course with the green jacket hanging in the balance.

Cameron Smith makes early charge atop leaderboard

LIV golfer Cameron Smith, who finished tied for second in the 2020 Masters and tied for third in 2022, had an eagle on the Par-5 2nd to move to 3-under par and in a tie for fifth.

Coverage begins on CBS

The leaders are readying to begin their round and the voice of Jim Nantz has come on the television. It's time for CBS to take over coverage of the main broadcast on Masters Sunday.

Tom Kim finishes off best round so far of Sunday Masters

Kim had a bogey on the 17th that spoiled an exceptional round for the 21-year old. He still managed a 6-under par 66 and dropped from 11-over par to 5-over and into a tie for 29th.

Tiger Woods closes out 88th Masters Tournament

Five-time champion Tiger Woods closed his round by nearly chipping in for birdie on the 18th hole, making an up-and-down par for a round of 5-over-par 77. He finished the tournament at 16-over 304.

It was Tiger's 100th career tournament round at Augusta National, on the heels of him setting the tournament record for most consecutive cuts made in the Masters.

Verne, Tiger say goodbye

Verne Lundquist isn't in the booth yet on No. 16 for the final round of the Masters, but he couldn't pass up a chance to watch Tiger Woods during Sunday's final round.

Lundquist was in a chair to the right of the 16th green after Woods made par from the front bunker. As Woods went to the 17th tee, he stopped to shake hands with the longtime announcer for CBS.

The featured groups livestream caught their handshake and also played Lundquist's call of Tiger's famous chip-in on 16 in 2005 on his way to a fourth green jacket.

Adam Scott, Jon Rahm hole out from off the green

There seems to be a more-direct path to the hole today than the past two days at Augusta National.

Within minutes, Adam Scott and Jon Rahm both holed out from well off the green on their respective holes.

Scott made an eagle on No. 3 after dropping his sand shot from just off the green, while Rahm holed out from the fairway on No. 7 after hitting his drive into the trees and pitching out.

Also, Tom Kim's incredible final round continues; he's made birdies on Nos. 15 and 16 to stand 7 under on his round today.

Verne Lundquist watches from the trees as Tiger Woods plays No. 16 during Sunday's final round of the Masters Tournament.
Verne Lundquist watches from the trees as Tiger Woods plays No. 16 during Sunday's final round of the Masters Tournament.

Can someone shoot a low round this weekend at the Masters?

Tom Kim says: Perhaps.

The Korean has made four consecutive birdies in the most improbable location – 9-10-11-12 – and is 5 under on his round. He just sent a fifth-consecutive birdie putt across the edge on 13.

After starting the day at 11 over, he's moved to 6 over. He also has birdies on Nos. 4 and 7 and a bogey on No. 6.

Tiger Woods finds stability in Masters final round

After a drive into an unplayable stance on No. 5 led to triple bogey, Tiger Woods has found a groove in his final round of the Masters.

He took a bogey on No. 6 after not getting up and down from the front of the green, but since has turned in seven straight pars to get through Amen Corner and into the final part of his round.

Woods is 4 over through 13 holes today and 15 over for the tournament.

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Vijay Singh turning back the clock

Vijay Singh, like Tiger Woods, had a tough Saturday at Augusta National Golf Club, also carding a career-worst round of 82 in the third round of the Masters.

But he's held up admirably in the first pairing out Sunday. With four holes to go, he's 1 under on his round after a birdie on No. 14.

Singh had not made the cut at the Masters since 2018. A round of 71 would match his best at Augusta National since the first and final rounds that year. Amazingly, he hasn't broken 70 here since a first-round 67 – in 2006.

Best rounds on the course Sunday at the Masters

Keegan Bradley, Si Woo Kim and Min Woo Lee are each 2-under on their rounds and sit at 5-over par for the tournament. Camilo Villegas (7-over) and Tom Kim (9-over) are also 2-under par so far on Sunday.

Jon Rahm just opened his Sunday with a birdie at No. 1 to move to 4-under par.

Tiger Woods makes the turn on Sunday at the Masters

Woods shot a 4-over par 40 on the first nine Sunday, two shots better than his disastrous third round. He is 15-over for the tournament and tied for last as he makes the turn to the second nine.

Who is playing with Tiger Woods during Masters Sunday?

Amateur Neal Shipley is playing alongside Tiger Woods on Sunday, and outplaying the five-time champion through the first seven holes. Shipley is even par so far with a pair of bogeys and a pair of birdies. Woods has carded a triple bogey and two bogeys to just one birdie and is 15-over for the tournament and in last place for those who made the cut.

Shipley joined the field this year after making the final of the 2023 U.S. Amateur at Cherry Hills Country Club in Colorado. He finished second in that tournament to Dunlap, and began the calendar year with a collegiate victory at the Southwestern Invitational and tying for second at the Dogwood Invitational in Atlanta. Shipley played for Ohio State and is making his first Masters appearance.

Tiger Woods struggles on No. 5 at the 2024 Masters Sunday

Woods hit his tee shot out of bounds and he had to re-tee for his third shot. He then struggled with a 3-putt for a triple bogey. It is his worst hole at the Masters since carding a 10 on the 12th hole in 2020. He drops to 3-over for the day and 14-over for the tournament.

Tiger Woods with his first birdie of Masters Sunday

Woods had a birdie on the Par-5 2nd before launching a drive straight down the fairway on the third hole. So far, Tiger looks back to the form that helped him make a cut for the 24th consecutive tournament.

Has Tiger Woods teed off on Sunday at the Masters?

The five-time champion is off for his Sunday round, looking to improve on a disastrous Saturday. He and amateur Neal Shipley hit their first shots at 9:35 a.m.

Tiger Woods and Charlie Woods on the range

Charlie Woods joined his father on the driving range Sunday morning to watch and perhaps provide tips to his dad after Saturday's all-time high round from Tiger. Woods' 82 was his highest ever in a major and topped his Masters high of 78.

Woods, wearing his standard Sunday Red, tees off in about 15 minutes alongside amateur Neal Shipley.

Here's what you need to know to watch the featured group today.

Masters odds for final round

Former champion Scottie Scheffler is a commanding favorite to win the green jacket for a second time.

According to BetMGM, Scheffler is now minus-150 to win the 88th Masters Tournament. Second favorite is Collin Morikawa at +350.

Augusta weather for Sunday

It will be a perfect day for golf Sunday in Augusta.

According to the National Weather Service, the temperature could get to 85 degrees by 3 p.m., with winds not getting over 10 mph – a stark change to the breezy first three days of the tournament.

Masters TV Coverage Today

CBS live coverage of second-round action begins at 2 p.m. Sunday from Augusta National Golf Club and can be seen through 7 p.m.

You can also livestream the event, including a free trial from Fubo or from Paramount+:

Highlights are also packaged for later in the evening.

Time: 11:35-11:50 p.m.


Masters livestream today for final round

Masters livestream today for third round will have an array of free streaming options. Other streaming options include ESPN+ (subscription required), Fubo (offers free trial) and Paramount+.

11 a.m.-1 p.m.: On The Range at Augusta National

10:30 a.m.-7:15 p.m.: Coverage of Holes 4, 5 and 6; Amen Corner, Holes 15 and 16 & Featured Groups

2-7:30 p.m.: Final Round Broadcast

7 p.m.: Green Jacket Ceremony

Third Round live radio coverage runs from 2-7 p.m. on Sirius XM 92.

Masters payout 2024

The purse for the 2024 Masters increased to $20 million, a bump of $2 million from last year.

The champion will receive $3.6 million, with the rest of the prizes dropping down from there.

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