Masters 2013 TV Coverage: Last-Minute Schedule Info for Day 4
There's nothing better than kicking back on Sunday and watching the best golfers in the world attempt to conquer Augusta National for the Masters title and the green jacket.
The television schedule is set for Day 4's action, and we have you covered with the details so you don't miss a minute of the action.
Angel Cabrera and Brandt Snedeker sit atop the leaderboard at seven-under par, with a trio of Australian golfers nipping at their heels. Adam Scott, Marc Leishman and Jason Day are all within one or two strokes of the lead, while Tiger Woods is lurking at three-under par.
Here's the TV schedule for Sunday at the Masters:
Live TV Coverage: CBS from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m ET
Live Streaming: Masters.com
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Angel Cabrera (-7) and Brendt Snedeker (-7): 2:40 p.m. ET
Snedeker and Cabrera both shot rounds of three under on Saturday to take the lead into Sunday's action.
Cabrera is a one-time winner at Augusta, and the Argentinian golfer is also a one-time U.S. Open winner. He possesses a laid-back demeanor on the course and exceptional ball-striking skills—both of which serve him well at major championships.
Snedeker is a five-time winner on the PGA Tour, but he's never won a major to this point. His best finish at Augusta came in 2011 when he finished in third place.
Adam Scott (-6) and Marc Leishman (-5): 2:30 p.m. ET
A couple of Aussies will be playing directly in front of the leaders, and both of these golfers have the game to make a strong push on Sunday for the green jacket.
Scott has won seven tournaments on the PGA Tour and is one of the most talented players in the world. He's finished in the top 10 at Augusta three times, including a second-place finish in 2011 and a tie for eighth place last year.
Leishman's first and only career PGA Tour victory came last year when he won the Travelers Championship. Before this year, he'd never made it past Friday at Augusta, and he'll need to keep his emotions in check on Sunday to avoid a huge letdown.
Jason Day (-5) and Matt Kuchar (-4): 2:20 p.m. ET
Day led the tournament for most of the day on Saturday, but two bogeys on the final two holes dropped him down the leaderboard a bit. He's a one-time winner on the PGA Tour who finished in second place at the 2011 Masters.
Kuchar is a five-time winner on the PGA Tour who has come close to winning a major championship in the last three years, posting four top-10 finishes including a tie for third place in last year's Masters.
Tim Clark (-3) and Tiger Woods (-3): 2:10 p.m. ET
Any time Woods is among the leaders he's going to be the biggest draw of the day.
That's the case this Sunday, as Woods is only four strokes off the lead. A four-time Masters champ, Woods knows what it will take to claw his way back to the top of the leaderboard—a nearly flawless final round and a bit of luck.
Clark missed the cut at Augusta the past three years, so his place on the leaderboard is a bit of a surprise.
He has one PGA title to his name, but he's come close to winning a major three times in his career. His best finish at Augusta came in 2006 when he finished in second place.
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