Masters Sunday: What time, what channel, and all you need to know as Shane Lowry chases glory on final day in Augusta

Tony Considine

Golf’s first major of 2022 got underway on Thursday. Rory McIlroy is making another attempt to finally complete a career grand slam, but it's Shane Lowry who's best of the Irish after three rounds. Here’s all you need to know about the event.

Where and when is it on?

As ever, the tournament takes place at at Augusta National in Georgia. This year’s edition started on Thursday April 7 and will finish on Sunday April 10.

Shane Lowry has a bad final 10 holes on Saturday and, although he'll be out in the second last group, is seven shots behind leader Scottie Scheffler after the Offalyman's third round 73 left him on two under.

Rory McIlroy is three shots further back after his 71, while Seamus Power at least has the experience of making the weekend but is now six over.

Where can I watch it?

Sky Sports will bring subscribers all the action with coverage on both the Main Event and Golf channels.

You can stream the tournament on SkyGo and if you’re not a Sky Sports subscriber you can access it with a Now TV pass. The Sunday schedule is below.

And of course, we'll be live-blogging the final round for you on Sport with the first three days recapped for you below.

Sunday April 10

0900-1200 - Masters Breakfast

1500-1930 - The Masters build-up

1830-0030 - Day Four full coverage

Red button (exact timings TBC) - 1515 Featured Groups, 1530 Holes 4-6, 1600 On the Range, 1645 Amen Corner, 1730 Holes 15-16

What’s the Irish interest?

There's plenty of Irish involvement this year. In addition to Rory McIlroy and Shane Lowry, Seamus Power is making his Augusta debut and Padraig Harrington returned to the field for the first time in seven years as a result of his joint fourth place finish at the 2021 PGA Championship.

Lowry is the pick of the bunch at halfway with McIlroy and Power digging deep to survive the cut but Harrington will be rueing errors after missing out by a single shot.

What are the tee-times for Round 4?

All times listed are Irish

3.10pm: Cameron Davis, Adam Scott

3.20pm: Tyrrell Hatton, Billy Horschel

3.30pm: Patrick Cantlay, Mackenzie Hughes

3.40pm: Max Homa, Bubba Watson

3.50pm: Jon Rahm, Tiger Woods

4pm: Russell Henley, Daniel Berger

4.10pm: Robert MacIntyre, Harold Varner III

4.20pm: Tom Hoge, Sepp Straka

4.30pm: Kevin Na, Seamus Power

4.50pm: Joaquin Niemann, Christiaan Bezuidenhout

5pm: Kevin Kisner, Matthew Fitzpatrick

5.10pm: Tony Finau, Sergio Garcia

5.20pm: Lucas Glover, Patrick Reed

5.30pm: JJ Spaun, Min Woo Lee

5.40pm: Harry Higgs, Lee Westwood

5.50pm: Si Woo Kim, Hudson Swafford

6pm: Marc Leishman, Talor Gooch

6.10pm: Hideki Matsuyama, Viktor Hovland

6.30pm: Webb Simpson, Will Zalatoris

6.40pm: Dustin Johnson, Cameron Champ

6.50pm: Rory McIlroy, Collin Morikawa

7pm: Tommy Fleetwood, Jason Kokrak

7.10pm: Corey Conners, Danny Willett

7.20pm: Charl Schwartzel, Justin Thomas

7.30pm: Sungjae Im, Shane Lowry

7.40pm: Scottie Scheffler, Cameron Smith

What can I read about it on

Paul Kimmage has written about how your mistakes haunt you at Augusta, as Rory Mcilroy knows only too well.

Padriag Harrington imparted his best advice to Seamus Power on how to handle the week.

And Rory McIlroy spoke to Ewan Murray ahead of the tournament.

Anything extra to watch out for?

All eyes have been on Tiger Woods after he made his return, less than 14 months after suffering serious injuries in an horrific car crash in February 2021.

Woods, who feared shortly after the accident that his right leg would have to be amputated, has not contested a top-level event since the 2020 Masters, which was played in November that year, but is still in the mix after making the cut although on +7 after the third round he won't be contending.

What were the pre-tournament odds?

Jon Rahm 8/1

Collin Morikawa 11/1

Jordan Spieth, Justin Thomas 12/1

Cameron Smith, Rory McIlroy 14/1

Dustin Johnson, Viktor Hovland 16/1

Xander Schauffele 18/1

Brooks Koepka, Bryson Duchambeau, Patrick Cantlay 20/1

Selected others

Shane Lowry 33/1

Tiger Woods 50/1

Seamus Power 66/1

Padraig Harrington 200/1

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