Masters live golf scores, results, Highlights from Tiger Woods & Saturday’s Round 3 Leaderboard

It’s a moving day at the Masters, but will any golfer be able to move enough to catch Scottie Scheffler?

Scheffler, the No. 1 golfer in the world, sits far ahead of the Masters field with a score of 8-under par. He notched birdies on four of his final six holes to open up a five-stroke lead, ahead of four other golfers, including Defending Champion Hideki Matsuyama.

Matsuyama is in contention despite dealing with a neck injury that forced him to withdraw from the Valero Texas Open last weekend. He is looking to become the first repeat Champion since Tiger Woods won the event in both 2001 and 2002.

Speaking of Woods, they managed to make the cut by shooting 1-over par through the first 36 holes. He has looked strong in his return from leg injuries suffered during a car accident in February of 2021, but many are wondering how they will hold up on his third day of the tournament.

Just 15 golfers were under par at the Masters after Friday’s action. Will more join that group on Saturday, or will another blustery day give players headaches on one of the PGA Tour’s most difficult courses?

The Sporting News will provide live updates and highlights from Saturday’s Round 3 action. Follow along below:

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Masters Leaderboard 2022

Rank Player Score (hole)
1. Scottie Scheffler -8 (F)
T-2. Charl Schwartzel -3 (F)
T-2. Sungjae Im -3 (F)
T-2. Shane Lowry -3 (F)
T-2. Hideki Matsuyama -3 (F)

Click here for the entire 2022 Masters Leaderboard.

Masters live updates, Highlights from Saturday’s Round 3

All times Eastern.

2:27 pm – We finally have some movement on a moving day. Justin Thomas has a shot 2-under through three holes to move into second place. He’s still well behind Scottie Scheffler, but they can put some pressure on the young leader with a strong perfromance.

2:26 pm – Kevin Kisner has a beautiful drive.

2:15 pm – Woods ended up in the bunker off the Par-3 sixth hole. However, he hit a nice shot from the bunker and nearly holed it, so he looks poised to save par.

2:07 pm – Tiger Woods is having a tough day with the putter. He just four-putted the fifth hole, missing two short ones before getting a tap in. The double bogey score drops him to 3-over par and 11 back of Scottie Scheffler.

2:05 pm – We’re officially 45 minutes away from leader Scottie Scheffler teeing off. He will be paired with Charl Schwartzel. Several of the other notable under-par competitors are teeing off or set to shortly, as Justin Thomas, Hideki Matsuyama and Dustin Johnson will all be watching on Saturday.

1:59 pm – Tiger Woods has hit 12 of his last 14 Fairways. His swing off the tee has been solid in his return to golf.

1:47 pm – Viktor Hovland is the Lone player that has posted a 2-under par score so far today. He has done that through 14 holes, so given the relatively cold temperatures and the gusting wind, we may not see many low scores.

1:44 pm – Woods just missed the green at the Par-3 third hole to the left. They avoided the green-side bunker, but they will now have to scramble to make par – barring what would be an incredible chip-in for a birdie.

1:31 pm – Tiger Woods birdied the second hole. He nearly was able to chip in for an eagle, but he just missed. The tap-in brings him back to even for the day and 1-over for the tournament.

1:28 pm – Cameron Champ absolutely stung this driver on a low-line.

1:22 pm – Woods couldn’t quite reach the green in two on the Par-5 second hole. He came up just short despite a 364-yard drive. They will look for a good chip onto the green to set up a birdie putt.

1:12 pm – Woods reached the green in two at the Par-4 first hole, but he three-putted to start with a bogey. He is now sitting at 2-over par for the tournament and 10 strokes off the lead.

1:01 pm – Tiger Woods has officially made it off for Round 3 of the Masters. They hit his drive straight off the road and into the fairway. A good start for him as he looks to get back below par; he begins Saturday’s round at 1-over par.

12:45 pm – So far on a moving day, Marc Leishman (-2) is shooting the lowest round. Only eight of the 26 Golfers on the course are shooting under par while 10 are over par. Four Golfers have carded scores of plus-3 or Worse to start the day.

10:55 am – Two things to watch during Saturday’s play: the wind isn’t as strong as it was on Friday afternoon, but it could still pose a problem for some of the golfers. Also, the course is drying out a bit on the third day, so that means the greens should play faster than they did to begin the tournament.

10:45 am – We’re off for another beautiful day at Augusta. Four Golfers are currently on the course, the most notable of whom is Viktor Hovland. The leaders will not make off until later in the day, as Scottie Scheffler will begin at 2:50 pm Meanwhile, Tiger Woods will start at 1 pm ET.

What channel is the Masters on today?

  • TV channel: CBS
  • Livestream: Masters.com | ESPN + | Paramount + | fuboTV

Live coverage of the Masters will begin on CBS starting at 3 pm ET. If you want to watch the morning action, you will have to head over to Masters.com, which will have coverage of the early group play.

Both Paramount + and ESPN + will also carry some of the morning action on Saturday, in the form of featured groups and featured holes.

You will also be able to stream the Masters using fuboTV, which comes with a free trial.

Below is the full breakdown of the Masters TV schedule. All times listed are Eastern.

Date Time (ET) TV channel
Thursday, April 7 3-7: 30 p.m. ESPN, fuboTV
Friday, April 8 3-7: 30 p.m. ESPN, fuboTV
Saturday, April 9 3-7 pm CBS, fuboTV
Sunday, April 10 2-7 pm CBS, fuboTV

Masters tee times for Saturday

Tee time (ET) Group
10:20 am Mackenzie Hughes, Adam Scott
10:30 am Viktor Hovland, Min Woo Lee
10:40 am Seamus Power, Marc Leishman
10:50 am Lucas Glover, Cameron Davis
11 am Max Homa, Tommy Fleetwood
11:10 am Tom Hoge, Billy Horschel
11:20 am Russell Henley, Patrick Reed
11:30 am Tony Finau, Cameron Champ
11:40 am Talor Gooch, Daniel Berger
12 pm Si Woo Kim, Jason Kokrak
12:10 pm Hudson Swafford, Harry Higgs
12:20 pm Rory McIlroy, Sepp Straka
12:30 pm Tyrrell Hatton, Jon Rahm
12:40 pm Bubba Watson, Sergio Garcia
12:50 pm Robert MacIntyre, Lee Westwood
1 pm Kevin Kisner, Tiger Woods
1:10 pm Webb Simpson, Patrick Cantlay
1:20 pm Matthew Fitzpatrick, JJ Spaun
1:40 pm Justin Thomas, Christiaan Bezuidenhout
1:50 pm Danny Willett, Joaquin Niemann
2 pm Collin Morikawa, Will Zalatoris
2:10 pm Cameron Smith, Corey Conners
2:20 pm Dustin Johnson, Kevin Na
2:30 pm Hideki Matsuyama, Harold Varner III
2:40 pm Sungjae Im, Shane Lowry
2:50 pm Scottie Scheffler, Charl Schwartzel

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