Masters 2018 is the 82nd edition of the Masters Tournament and the first of golf’s four major championships to be held in 2018. It is being played from April 5–8 at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia.Masters Tournament is one of golf’s four “major” events, alongside the U.S. Open, the British Open, and the PGA Championship. The tournament is staged every April at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta. Masters 2018 Live Stream : Watch Round 3 Of Golf’s First Major Event. Masters leaderboard 2018: Live updates, scores from Round 3 at Augusta.
The Masters wasn’t difficult enough, golfers now must battle battering rains in their pursuit of the green jacket. Round 3 of the Masters 2018 gets underway Saturday, and Augusta National Golf Club is expected to get dumped on. Despite the daunting forecast, though, tee times have yet to be rescheduled. Patrick Reed is the current leader at nine-under, followed closely by Marc Leishman at seven-under. And although he narrowly made the cut at plus-four through two rounds, Tiger Woods once again will be the focus of everyone tuning in to golf’s first major. Here’s how to watch the third round of the Masters online:
When: Saturday, April 7, at 11 a.m. ET
Live Stream: Masters.com
2018 Masters Golf Tournament – TV & Online Viewing
Tiger Woods’ Round 3 at the Masters
Notable pairings for Round 3 at The Masters 2018
While we wait for Round 3 to get underway, check out highlights of Patrick Reed, Marc Leishman, Jordan Spieth, Dustin Johnson and Rory McIlroy from Friday. This is a good time to remind everyone that it’s not going to be pretty at the Masters today.
Masters 2018: The history and gravitas of The Masters is truly not matched by any other tournament in golf. When the PGA Tour comes to Augusta National annually, it’s as if the world’s turn slows for a bit so everyone can take it all in. It’s beautiful, and it’s also a run by the golfers at unparalleled prestige and honor.Of course, with the prestige and honor of The Masters also comes a bit more than that. After all, when you have a tournament with the rich history of this one, you’re going to have plenty of money behind it. And Augusts surely has that going for it as it’s the second-biggest purse — $11 million — of any tournament on the PGA Tour season, trailing only the U.S. Open.
The winner will of course receive the lion’s share of said purse, taking home just shy of $2 million. However, it doesn’t stop there as second-place will still receive over $1 million. And don’t cry hard for those players who miss the cut, as they will each receive $10,000.
This year’s Masters 2018 tournament could be one of the greatest that The Masters has ever seen. From the Tiger Woods comeback story to the host of young golfers that could create a fiery competition, the narratives surrounding the first major championship are in abundance. One thing’s for sure, though — whoever comes out to Augusta and shows out well is going to get paid a pretty penny for their troubles in doing so.
Tiger Woods has won the Masters 4 times in his career. Of course everyone knows he has fallen from grace the last half decade basically. But it sort of appears he is climbing back into relevance as of late, finishing as high as 2nd in the Valspar Championship event in March, with a few top 10-20 finishes otherwise. Seems like he is getting some confidence back.
Masters 2018: The final round came down to just two players really, Sergio Garcia and Justin Rose. The lead changed several times on the back nine until it was all tied up after 18. Then we got a playoff, which was great to watch, and completely redeemed my interest after Jordan Spieth totally fell out of contention pretty early on, say around hole 6 or 7 of the first 9.