Scottie Scheffler
Scottie Scheffler

The Masters 2024 LIVE: Final round at Augusta National

The Masters 2024: Follow all the action from the final round at Augusta National as world number one Scottie Scheffler attempts to win the green jacket for the second time in three years.

Key details:

Leaderboard after 54 holes:

Scottie Scheffler -7

Collin Morikawa -6

Max Homa -5

Ludvig Aberg -4

Bryson DeChambeau -3

Nicolai Hojgaard, Cameron Davis, Xander Schauffele -2

Tommy Fleetwood, Cameron Young, Cameron Smith, Ben An, Adam Schenk -1

Selected others:

Jon Rahm +3, Rory McIlroy +3, Tiger Woods +10

Tee times (ET):

1:45PM: Tommy Fleetwood, Cameron Young

1:55PM: Cameron Smith, Byeong Hun An

2:05PM: Nicolai Hojgaard, Cameron Davis

2:15PM: Xander Schauffele, Bryson DeChambeau

2:25PM: Ludvig Aberg, Max Homa

2:35PM: Scottie Scheffler, Collin Morikawa

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14 Apr 2024
Bounce back birdie for Homa

M. Homa -6, L Aberg -6 (8)

After dropping a shot on the 7th hole, Homa bounces back with a birdie on the 8th to join Scheffler, Aberg, and Morikawa at the top of the leaderboard. 

We now have a four-way tie for first.

Max Homa
Max Homa
Leaderboard at 21:16

Aberg -6 (7)

Scheffler -6 (7)

Morikawa -6 (7)

Homa -5 (7)

Fleetwood -3 (10)

Tied at the top

S. Scheffler -6, C. Morikawa  -6 (7)

Scheffler drops another shot, this time at the seventh hole.

We now have three players tied for first. Scheffler, Morikawa and Aberg.

It's all getting quite exciting now.

Amen Corner isn't far away now for our leaders.

I spoke too soon

L. Aberg -6, M. Homa -5 (7)

It's as if Ludvig Aberg could hear me typing.

The young Swede hit a beautiful second shot into the 7th green before popping in a straightforward birdie putt.

The Masters rookie is now within one shot of Scheffler.

Ludvig Aberg
Ludvig Aberg
Nobody wants to make a move

It's all a bit nervy out there today from the chasing pack.

Everyone is struggling to build any kind of forward momentum to make Scheffler sweat. 

Despite that, it's beautifully poised for drama on the back nine.

Dropped shot for Sheffler

S. Scheffler -7, C. Morikawa -6 (4)

Scheffler's errant iron play has finally caught up with him. 

The World No. 1 was unable to get up and down from long of the green on the third hole and cards his first bogey of the day to move back to seven-under.

Scheffler moves two clear

S. Scheffler -8, C. Morikawa -6 (3)

A beautiful bunker shot set up a simple three-footer for Scheffler's first birdie of the day.

He's now two shots clear and has managed to get up and down on every hole so far. 

Scheffler's iron play has been out of sorts today, but thankfully, his short game has been razor-sharp. 

Scottie Scheffler
Scottie Scheffler
Fleetwood edging closer

T. Fleetwood -3 (7), C. Young -1 (7)

It's been a strong start from Fleetwood as he makes his second birdie of the day at the 7th hole.

Now four shots back, he will need to keep the momentum up if he's going to challenge come the end of the day. 

Leaderboard at 20:16 BST

Scheffler -7 (2)

Homa -6 (3)

Morikawa -6 (2)

Aberg -5 (3)

Schauffele -3 (5)

Sensational touch from Aberg

L. Aberg -5, M. Homa -6 (2)

The young Swede trickles a devilishly fast putt down the hill for a lovely birdie on the 2nd hole.

Homa showed similar skill, leaving a testy chip just past the hole. He duly knocked in his birdie putt, too.

A productive hole for the popular pair.  

Back-to-back birdies for Hojgaard

N. Hojgaard -2, C. Davis -1 (3)

After a shocking start, Hojgaard repaired the damage done by a double bogey on the 1st hole with back-to-back birdies on the 2nd and 3rd.

Showing some real grit today.

Solid start for Scheffler

S. Scheffler -7, C. Morikawa -6 (1)

Having misjudged his second shot, Scheffler makes an excellent up and down to remain at seven-under.

Morikawa cards the same as they move to the gettable par five 2nd hole.

A pair of pars

L. Aberg -4, M. Homa -5 (1)

Following excellent drives and superb second shots, both Homa and Aberg walk off the 1st, having made stress-free pars.

Bogey start for DeChambeau

B. DeChambeau -2 (1), X. Schauffele -2 (1)

Following two poor shots, Bryson pays the price and leaves the first green with a bogey.

Far from an ideal start for the LIV Golf star. 

Bryson DeChambeau
Bryson DeChambeau
Double disaster for Hojgaard

N. Hojgaard E (1), C. Davis -1 (1)

The young Dane snap-hooked his tee shot off the 1st tee and ended up making a double bogey to drop to even par for the week. 

Solid starts for Homa and Aberg

M. Homa -5, L. Aberg -4

There were no signs of nerves from Ludvig Aberg or Max Homa on the 1st tee,  the pair both smoked their drives down the middle of the fairway.

Eagle for Cam Smith

C. Smith -3 (2), B. An -1 (2)

Could the Australian upset the Scheffler party today?

He's gotten off to a great start with an eagle on the par-5 second hole.

Sensational work from the sand sees his third shot drop.

He now sits in fifth place at three-under.

His playing partner, Ben An, almost follows him in for another eagle, but his putt just slides by on the left. A tap in birdie follows. 

A productive hole for the pair. 

Cam Smith
Cam Smith
A good par save for Fleetwood

T. Fleetwood -2 (2), C. Young -1 (2)

An excellent two-putt from the back of the green on the 2nd hole means Fleetwood stays at two-under.

His playing Partner, Cameron Young, came agonisingly close to a birdie. One more roll and his ball would have nestled in the bottom of the cup. 

Tommy Fleetwood gets off to the perfect start!

T. Fleetwood -2, C. Young -1 (1)

The Englishman holes a monster putt at the first. 

Outta boy, Tommy Lad! 

Tommy Fleetwoo
Tommy Fleetwoo
Is there a score out there today?

Don't discount those who begin the final round at even par or one under. 

Tom Kim may not win the 2024 Masters but the 21-year-old South Korean has just carded a final round of six-under 66. 

Tiger Woods closes with a 77

Hello you lot and welcome to Masters Sunday. 

We're here to bring you all the updates as Scottie Scheffler attempts to win his second green jacket.

Scheffler leads Collin Morikawa by one. 

The final group tee off at 19:35 BST. 

Tiger Woods was out early today alongside the low amateur Neal Shipley. 

Woods, 48, has just finished his final round. 

And it was a five-over 77 for the five-time green jacket winner. 

That leaves Woods dead last at 16-over.