Masters Final Round LIVE scores and updates; Jon Rahm wins The Masters

Keep up to date with live scores and updates from the final day of The Masters. 

Jon Rahm carded a final-round 69 to win his first Masters Tournament and second career major title on what would have been his hero Seve Ballesteros' 66th birthday 

Rahm, 28, becomes the fourth Spaniard to win The Masters following in the footsteps of two-time winners Ballesteros and Jose Maria Olazabal, as well as Sergio Garcia. 

Brooks Koepka led by two shots heading into the final round but the LIV Golf star could not keep his foot down for the final 18 holes and carded a disappointing 75. 

Koepka ended up in a tie for second alongside fellow LIV Golf player and three-time Masters champion Phil Mickelson, who became the oldest player over the age of 50 to shoot a round of 65 at Augusta National. 

The big news earlier on Sunday morning was that Tiger Woods decided to withdraw from The Masters due to injury.

Woods played his first seven holes of round three in 6-over par, taking him to last place of those that made the cut on 9-over par. 

It marks Woods' second WD in his last three majors. 


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Rahm sets new records at The Masters

Rahm becomes the first European player to win the US Open and Masters in his career. 

He's the second player to win The Masters after starting the week with a double bogey (Sam Snead, 1952). 

Rahm becomes the sixth all time to win US Open and Masters before the age of 29. 

Rahm wins The Masters!

Jon Rahm has won The Masters! 

It marks his first Green Jacket and his second career major adding to his 2021 US Open triumph.

He taps home for par on the 18th green for a round of 69 and 12-under par total.

LIV Golf's Phil Mickelson (65) and Brooks Koepka (75) finish in second on 8-under par. 

Rahm moves 4 clear, game over!

Give Rahm the green jacket now! 

He's just sent a stunning iron shot into three feet for birdie at 14. 

Rahm moves to 12-under par. 

Koepka has just three-putted once again for another bogey to fall back to 7-under par. 

It means Rahm is now four clear of Mickelson who is in the clubhouse. 

Koepka and Rahm birdie 13

Koepka makes his first birdie of the day at the par-5 13th as he curls in a 15-footer.

Rahm follows him in for birdie from five feet.

Koepka is three shots behind Rahm with five holes to play. 

Koepka bogeys again

It's turning into a nightmare round for Koepka, who makes his fourth bogey of the day at the 12th. 

Rahm now leads by two shots over Mickelson, who is in the clubhouse.

J Rahm -10 (12)
P Mickelson -8 (F)
J Spieth -7 (F)
R Henley -7 (13)
B Koepka -7 (12)

Mickelson finishes 8-under!

LIV Golf's Mickelson finishes with five birdies on the final seven holes for a round of 65.

It's the lowest round at The Masters from anyone over the age of 50 years old. 

Mickelson sets the clubhouse target of 8-under par. 

He's just two behind Rahm, who is now on the back nine. 

Could Mickelson win a fourth green jacket? 

Koepka and Rahm both bogey

It's turning into a nightmare round for Koepka as another one goes with a three-putt at 9. 

But Rahm keeps the door ajar as he too misses his par putt. 

Rahm back to 10-under, Koepka to 8-under. 

Spieth to 8-under

Spieth makes another birdie at 17 to move to 8-under. 

It's an incredible final round for Spieth, who is 7-under for the round. 

Sadly he's only got one more hole to play. 

Mickelson thrills the gallery at 17

Mickelson is putting on a show in the final round. 

The three-time Masters champion nearly holed out for eagle on the 17th.

It's a tap-in birdie and Lefty moves to 7-under par in third. 

Rahm moves 2 clear

Rahm plays a tremendous chip down to a kick-in birdie at the 8th. 

He's now 11-under par and two shots clear of Koepka. 

Scheffler makes double, Henley to 7-under

Scheffler fires his tee shot into the par-3 12th out the back door and into the flowers. 

It leads to a double, and that is the end of his chances of defending the title. 

Henley just stiffed it to three feet at 9 and he moves to 7-under par in third. 

Spieth to 7-under, Mickelson to 6-under

Past Masters champions Spieth and Mickelson are making a late charge. 

Spieth two putts the 15th to move to 7-under, while Mickelson follows him in to move to 6-under. 

Neither are going to win, but a solid performance from both of them. 

Theegala emulates Tiger at 16!

Tiger Woods' holed chip shot from the back of the 16th will live long in our memories. 

For many, it's the greatest shot that has ever been played in Masters history.

Sahith Theegala just did something very similar! 

Theegala moves to 6-under par in the process. 

Scheffler drops a bomb to move into contention

We've barely heard from him all week but defending champion Scottie Scheffler is making a late charge.

He's just binned a mammoth birdie putt on the 11th from 50 feet to move to 6-under par.

Scheffler is only four shots back. 

Rahm one shot clear!

Koepka makes his second bogey of the round at the 6th. 

It means Rahm is now one shot ahead on 10-under par. 

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Hovland doubles the 6th

Hovland has made a complete mess of the 6th. 

He's just taken three putts from inside of 10 feet for a double-bogey five. 

Hovland is now in a tie for third on 6-under par.

The tournament looks set to be a shootout between Rahm and Koepka now. 

We're tired at the top!

Koepka fails to get up and down from sand on the 4th and he's now tied on 10-under par with Rahm.

Hovland is two shots back on 8-under par but he's in big trouble on 6. 

Gary Woodland has thrown his hat into the ring by moving to 7-under par, one ahead of Henley who just bogeyed the 5th. 

Rahm moves to within a shot

Rahm pours home a 10 footer from left to right to move to 10-under par.

He's now just one shot behind Koepka. 

Game on.

Henley moves to 7-under

Russell Henley makes the first big move of the day with two birdies on his first three holes.

The American is now up into solo fourth. 

Koepka takes two-shot lead into final round

Brooks Koepka and Jon Rahm make pars at 18. 

Koepka leads at 11-under par thru 54 holes, with Rahm two shots back on 9-under par.

Masters R3 Leaderboard

-11 B Koepka 
-9 J Rahm 
-8 V Hovland 
-6 P Cantlay 
-5 H Matsuyama
-5 R Henley

Hovland narrowly misses a birdie on 18

Hovland nearly added a sixth birdie on the back nine as his 30-footer agonisingly went over the right edge of the cup. 

Nevertheless, it's a solid round of 70 and Hovland remains in solo third at 8-under and just three strokes behind Koepka, who is playing the last. 

Brooks makes bogey at 17

The lead is back to two shots as Koepka makes bogey on the par-4 17th.

Koepka three-putted from 35 feet.

It marks the first time he has three-putted all week. 

He's now 11-under par and two shots clear of Rahm. 

Hovland is a further shot back on 8-under par. 

Rahm bogeys 16, three behind

Rahm came up short of the green at the par-3 16th and missed his 12-footer for par. 

Koepka splashed out the bunker to three feet and made par.

He's now three ahead on 12-under par.

Hovland just buried a 20-footer for par to remain four shots back. 

Pars at 15 for Rahm and Koepka

Despite finding the green in two, Rahm walks off the par-5 15th with a par after missing a 10-footer for birdie.

Koepka two putts from the fringe at the front of the green for par to remain two shots clear of Rahm.

Hovland is four back, Cantlay six back.