Masters Live Stream 2019: How to watch the Masters for free online and on TV – round 4 times Taking place in April each year in Augusta, Georgia, The Masters is the highlight of the annual golf calendar. In 2019, the tournament’s final round promises a memorable finish, after round 3 left European Ryder Cup hero Francesco Molinari two shots ahead of Tiger Woods heading into today’s final round, which sees earlier tee-times due to a weather warning. Here’s how to watch the Masters 2019 golf on TV or on online today, including free Masters live stream details and a guide to all the key times and Masters TV coverage in the UK. A quick glance at the leaderboard heading into day 4 of The Masters 2019 in Augusta, Georgia reveals that this year’s fight for the coveted Green Jacket is likely to go down to the wire. Italy’s Francesco Molinari is the leader heading into the final round on -13, just two shots ahead of a resurgent Tiger Woods on -11 alongside Tony Finau, who produced a stunning third round display to leave himself in contention.
Record scores on the white boards at Augusta National. Ground-shaking roars for Tiger Woods along the back nine. Francesco Molinari blocked out the buzz on a delirious day of nine players sharing space atop the leaderboard Saturday. He emerged with another rock-solid round that looked spectacular only on his scorecard. Molinari ran off four straight birdies on the back nine for a 6-under 66 that kept Woods and everyone else at a short arm’s length going into a Sunday unlike any other at the Masters — an early start because of storms forecast for Sunday afternoon, with threesomes going off the first and 10th tees. The leaders were to tee off at 9:20 a.mThe tweaked Sunday format puts Woods in the final group at the Masters for the first time in 12 years, two shots behind. Woods has won all 14 of his majors when he had at least a share of the lead going into the final round. He brings momentum to this major, having contended in the last two. “It’s been a while since I’ve been in contention here,” Woods said. “But then again, the last two majors count for something. I’ve been in the mix with a chance to win major championships in the last two years, and so that helps.” Molinari played with Woods on the final day at Carnoustie last summer and outplayed the 14-time major champion amid a crowded leaderboard to win the British Open. This is different. This is Augusta National, where the gallery that cheered louder with each birdie by Woods made it clear they were aching to see the four-time champion slip a green jacket over a red shirt for the first time since 2005. “He obviously loves this place, and he’s playing great golf,” Molinari said. “So I’m aware that it’s not going to be easy tomorrow and, like I said, I can just do my best.” Woods has not played in the final group at a major since he gave up a two-shot lead to Y.E. Yang at Hazeltine in the 2009 PGA Championship He got there Saturday with three straight birdies on the front and finished with three birdies over his last six holes for a 67, his best score at the Masters since the final round in 2011. Joining them will be Tony Finau, playing this year on two good ankles after a self-inflicted injury a year ago. He was part of a history-making Saturday as one of three players to shoot 64.