The fourth andfinal round of the Masters tournament is finally here.
You canwatch the Masterson TV or stream online,but you can also follow the action with our live Masters leaderboard as tournament leadersSergio Garcia and Justin Rose attempt to hold off the pack, and one another, to leave Augusta National with a massive win.
Here's everything you need to follow along with Round 4 of the Masters.
Here’s a look at the live 2017 Masters leaderboard with tee times and pairings, scores and results from Round 4at Augusta National Golf Club; or you can relive Round 3 highlights here.
Masters live updates
Follow here for live coverage of everything that happens from thefirst drive to the final putt of Round 4.
12:37:Justin Thomas, despite entering the day +4, was rearing to go for the final round.
The ONLY bad part about Sunday at @TheMasters is having to wait another year to play in it again.. may as well try to go out with a bang ⛳️— Justin Thomas (@JustinThomas34) April 9, 2017
1:41:Ernie Els is the first golfer finished in the final round, going +6 to finish with a rough +20. Els had an even tougher +11 on Saturday.
2:02:Phil Mickelson had an impressive shot that set him up for eagle on hole 2. He is +1 for the day, and +3 total.
Phil played this to perfection on No. 2.— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) April 9, 2017
What awaits the leaders ...pic.twitter.com/oD96jg5N0x
3:27:Jordan Spieth entered the day in good position, just two strokes back of the lead at four under. But he's bogeyed two of the first three holes for the first time in his Masters career, and sits at three under through three holes.
3:58:Sergio Garcia currently leads by three strokes through five holes in the final round. Garcia has never own a major in 73 (!) tries.
4:26:Justin Rose is roaring back, trying to ensure Garcia's winless treak continues. After birdying the seventh hole, he's now just one shot back of Garcia at -7.
4:58:Rose and Garcia are now tied through nine holes at -8. Should be an epic finish.
5:15:Jordan Spieth just hit one into the water on hole 12, the same hole he fell apart on at last year's Masters. He's +3 today, and likely out of contention.
5:31:Matt Kuchar is surging into contention, with an ace of 16 getting him to five under.
5:39:After five holes, Rose trailed Garcia by three strokes. Now, after 12, Rose leads by two. Sergio now has an uphill climb after bogeying 10 and 11.
6:15:After a recovery by Garcia following hitting the ball into a hazard in 13, Sergio has steadied birdying 14 to now only trail Rose by one stroke with four holes left.