SUNDAY’S TEE-OFF TIMES
Here are Sunday’s fourth and final round tee-off times for the Masters at Augusta National in Georgia:
(US unless stated, all times BST):
1535 Sandy Lyle (Gbr)
1545 Heath Slocum, KJ Choi (Kor)
1555 Geoff Ogilvy (Aus), Ian Woosnam (Gbr)
1605 Niclas Fasth (Swe), Todd Hamilton
1615 Justin Rose (Gbr), Johnson Wagner
1625 Miguel Angel Jimenez (Spa), David Toms
1635 Bubba Watson, Richard Sterne (Rsa)
1645 Robert Allenby (Aus), Angel Cabrera (Arg)
1655 Stuart Appleby (Aus), Justin Leonard
1705 Stephen Ames (Can), Henrik Stenson (Swe)
1715 Brian Bateman, Nick Dougherty (Gbr)
1725 Jeev Milkha Singh (Ind), Nick Watney
1745 JB Holmes, Mike Weir (Can)
1755 Adam Scott (Aus), Jim Furyk
1805 Lee Westwood (Gbr), Arron Oberholser
1815 Phil Mickelson, Vijay Singh (Fij)
1825 Retief Goosen (Rsa), Ian Poulter (Gbr)
1835 Robert Karlsson (Swe), Sean O’Hair
1845 Padraig Harrington (Ire), Andres Romero (Arg)
1855 Zach Johnson, Boo Weekley
1905 Tiger Woods, Stewart Cink
1915 Steve Flesch, Paul Casey (Gbr)
1925 Trevor Immelman (Rsa), Brandt Snedeker
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