Tiger Woods has a legitimate shot to win the 2019 Masters, but when does Tiger tee off Sunday? Tiger Woods’ tee time for the final round of the Masters will be 9:20 a.m. ET.
Woods will play in the final group with Tony Finau and leader Francesco Molinari. Molinari will start the final round of the Masters with a two-shot lead over Woods.
Tiger Woods’ tee time for Saturday’s third round was at 2:05 p.m. ET. He played Round 3 alongside Ian Poulter. Starting the day one shot behind the leaders, Woods opened with four-straight pars. A bogey for the third consecutive day at the difficult par-4 5th hole dropped him back to five under.
But just when it seemed like he was losing sight of the lead, Woods reeled off three birdies in a row at 6,7, and 8 to move to eight under, one shot back at the time.
Tiger Woods’ tee time for Thursday’s opening round of the 2019 Masters was 11:04 a.m. ET. By the end of the day, Woods had shot a two-under 70, leaving him a two under, four shots behind co-leaders Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka.
Tiger Woods’ tee time switched to the afternoon for the second round, at 1:49 p.m ET on Friday. An incredible back-nine earned him a four-under 68.
Woods has won four Masters titles in his career. The first came at the 1997 tournament. His next two Masters titles came back-to-back in 2001 and 2002. He won his fourth green jacket in 2005.
In all, Woods has won 14 major championships, which puts him in second place on the lifetime list behind Jack Nicklaus, who won 18 majors. Woods has not won a major since the 2008 U.S. Open, over a decade ago. He came back from from a lengthy leave due to injury in 2018, and won his 80th career PGA Tour victory at the 2018 Tour Championship.
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