Tiger Woods' Masters victory on Sunday resulted in the highest peak rating for golf's first major of the year since Adam Scott won in 2013.
The final round peaked at 2.15-2.30pm ET time range as viewership spiked to a 12.1 as Woods slipped on his fifth green jacket for his 15th career major title taking him just three wins behind record holder Jack Nicklaus.
Sunday's action at Augusta also resulted in the highest-rated golf broadcast on any network since the final round of the 2018 Masters.
It also tied the highest share of televisions in use for any Masters broadcast since 2011, with a 17% increase on last year's final round.
However, due to the earlier tee times on Sunday in a bid to get finished before bad weather entered the Georgia area, CBS Sports has revealed how live coverage delivered a 7.7 rating which marks the second-lowest for a Masters final round since 2004.