Masters TV Schedule 2014: Day 4 Tee Times, Coverage and Live Stream Info

Donald WoodFeatured ColumnistApril 13, 2014

AUGUSTA, GA - APRIL 12:  Bubba Watson of the United States waves on the 17th green during the third round of the 2014 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club on April 12, 2014 in Augusta, Georgia.  (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
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Golf fans from around the world have been treated to an incredible 2014 Masters tournament through three days, and the stage has been set for an even better finish to one of the most exciting events of the year.

With the top of the leaderboard stacked with elite talent playing well at Augusta National Golf Club—13 players are within four shots of the lead heading into Sunday—the co-leaders heading into Day 4, Jordan Spieth and Bubba Watson, will have a tough time holding onto the lead.

If veterans like Jonas Blixt, Miguel Angel Jimenez and Matt Kuchar can continue playing well, the final day of competition should be the most exciting of the entire tournament.

Here is all the vital television information for the final day of the 2014 Masters tournament.

 

Where: Augusta National Golf Club, Augusta, Ga.

When: Sunday, April 13

Time: 2 p.m. - 7 p.m. ET

Watch: CBS

Live Stream: Masters.com and CBSSports.com

 

2014 Masters Tournament Round 4 Tee Times
Time (ET) Player 1 Player 2
10:10 a.m.Larry Mize
10:20 a.m.Stephen Gallacher Joost Luiten
10:30 a.m.Mike Weir Brandt Snedeker
10:40 a.m.K.J. ChoiSandy Lyle
10:50 a.m.Francesco MolinariNick Watney
11:00 a.m.Brendon de JongeOliver Goss
11:10 a.m.Thongchai JaideeThorbjorn Olesen
11:20 a.m. Lucas Glover Billy Horschel
11:30 a.m.Darren ClarkeStewart Cink
11:50 a.m.Vijay Singh Jose Maria Olazabal
12:00 p.m.Steven Bowditch Hunter Mahan
12:10 p.m.Martin KaymerBill Haas
12:20 p.m.Louis Oosthuizen Jamie Donaldson
12:30 p.m.Bernhard LangerHenrik Stenson
12:40 p.m.Jimmy WalkerRory McIlroy
12:50 p.m.Gonzalo Fernandez-CastanoRussell Henley
1:00 p.m.Chris KirkSteve Stricker
1:10 p.m.Adam ScottJason Day
1:30 p.m.Ian PoulterKevin Streelman
1:40 p.m.John SendenGary Woodland
1:50 p.m.Kevin StadlerFred Couples
2:00 p.m.Thomas Bjorn Justin Rose
2:10 p.m.Lee WestwoodJim Furyk
2:20 p.m.Miguel Angel JimenezRickie Fowler
2:30 p.m.Matt KucharJonas Blixt
2:40 p.m.Jordan SpiethBubba Watson
Source: Masters.com

 

Day 4’s Biggest Threat: Miguel Angel Jimenez

AUGUSTA, GA - APRIL 12:  Miguel Angel Jimenez of Spain watches his tee shot on the fourth hole during the third round of the 2014 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club on April 12, 2014 in Augusta, Georgia.  (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
Rob Carr/Getty Images

While there are many players within striking distance heading into Sunday, few have as much momentum or experience as tour veteran Miguel Angel Jimenez.

Jimenez has become a mainstream star for the sport due to his unique warm-up routine and easygoing attitude, but he is one of the best performers at Augusta National Golf Club each and every year.

After shooting an astounding six-under par on Day 3, Jimenez has put himself within striking distance heading into the final 18 holes using his elite putting and ability to find the fairways with the best of them, according to Sky Sports:

What makes Jimenez so special at this tournament is his love for the course and his familiarity with the nuances. The veteran told Bob Harig of ESPN.com about his perception of the course and his ability to tame it:

I love the place. It's a beautiful place, a beautiful golf course, always manicured, and I feel great here. Doesn't matter how you play, you feel good, because everything is prepared for us the way it is. If you are 50 doesn't mean that you cannot play well. I'm still moving. I'm still flexible ... the main thing is I'm doing what I like to do in my life and I'm enjoying it completely.

Over his career, Jimenez has managed five top-12 finishes at Augusta, but has never finished better than eighth in the Masters. At 50 years old, the Spanish star has continued to learn each time he’s in contention for a major.

Now it’s time for the most interesting man in golf to get over the hump.

Augusta is all about patience, and after spending over 20 years playing at an elite level, Jimenez is not afraid of the biggest stages. With 20-year-old Jordan Spieth currently leading the tournament, Jimenez must focus on his game only.

If and when the course bites back against the players at the top of the leaderboard, Jimenez must be there to put even more pressure on Spieth, Watson and the rest in order to give himself a chance to shine.

A victory for Jimenez would be a much deserved reward for his hard work in the latter years of his career.

 

*Stats via Masters.com.