The Final Day at Augusta is already upon us.
Like the three days prior, the finale of the 2014 Masters will be nothing but shocking every step of the way.
A laundry list of players who have already bowed out of the proceedings reads like a who's-who of the golf world, which means a new star is about to be born on Sunday.
Here's a look at a leaderboard that continually updates, the all-important tee times, coverage info and some predictions to boot.
Masters Day 4 Coverage
Date: Sunday, April 13
Television: CBS from 2 p.m. ET to 7 p.m. ET
Masters Day 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. Choi||Sandy Lyle|
|10:50 a.m.||Francesco Molinari||Nick Watney|
|11:00 a.m.||Brendon de Jonge||Oliver Goss|
|11:10 a.m.||Thongchai Jaidee||Thorbjorn Olesen|
|11:20 a.m.||Lucas Glover||Billy Horschel|
|11:30 a.m.||Darren Clarke||Stewart Cink|
|11:50 a.m.||Vijay Singh||Jose Maria Olazabal|
|12:00 p.m.||Steven Bowditch||Hunter Mahan|
|12:10 p.m.||Martin Kaymer||Bill Haas|
|12:20 p.m.||Louis Oosthuizen||Jamie Donaldson|
|12:30 p.m.||Bernhard Langer||Henrik Stenson|
|12:40 p.m.||Jimmy Walker||Rory McIlroy|
|12:50 p.m.||Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano||Russell Henley|
|1:00 p.m.||Chris Kirk||Steve Stricker|
|1:10 p.m.||Adam Scott||Jason Day|
|1:30 p.m.||Ian Poulter||Kevin Streelman|
|1:40 p.m.||John Senden||Gary Woodland|
|1:50 p.m.||Kevin Stadler||Fred Couples|
|2:00 p.m.||Thomas Bjorn||Justin Rose|
|2:10 p.m.||Lee Westwood||Jim Furyk|
|2:20 p.m.||Miguel Angel Jimenez||Rickie Fowler|
|2:30 p.m.||Matt Kuchar||Jonas Blixt|
|2:40 p.m.||Jordan Spieth||Bubba Watson|
Fred Couples Makes a Run
Wait, shouldn't Fred Couples be out of this thing by now?
Couples is known for his consistency near the top of the leaderboard in the first two rounds at Augusta, but he's typically out of the picture by the time the final day rolls around.
Not this time.
This time Couples just won't go away and has some, such as Yahoo! Sports' Shane Bacon, feeling the nostalgic vibes:
Fred Couples now sits four shots back of Bubba Watson. Who else was 4 back with one round to go? Jack, in ’86.— Shane Bacon (@shanebacon) April 12, 2014
Couples is within striking distance after he started sloppy on Saturday. He recovered to shoot three birdies on the back nine. With things in flux at the top and Couples' consistency and experience, the 1992 Masters winner has what it takes to make a serious run.
Jordan Spieth Cools Off
The odds are certainly stacked against 20-year old Jordan Spieth, although a victory on Sunday would make for quite the story:
Here's what Jordan Spieth is trying to accomplish at the Masters tomorrow: pic.twitter.com/f6XVw5okdL— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) April 12, 2014
After a five-under 70 on Saturday, even Spieth admits he has quite the round to live up to on Sunday, as captured by ESPN UK's Alex Perry:
"All in all it was a day about controlling the nerve and staying patient - and I'm surprised at how I did it," Spieth said. "It was the best round of golf I've played mentally and tomorrow I have to do even better."
Spieth is having the tournament of his life considering he has shot no worse than a 71 in each round so far at Augusta. It seems he has figured out the course, but at the same time it's hard to place a large semblance of confidence in a youngster on such a grandiose stage.
Expect Spieth to trail off a bit on Sunday as the veterans step up.
Matt Kuchar Steals the Green Jacket
Don't look now, but Matt Kuchar rests in second place just one shot behind Spieth and Bubba Watson after a 68 on Saturday.
As Ryan Lavner of the Golf Channel points out, Kuchar is quite the dangerous man going into the final round:
Leading clearly hasn't suited Matt Kuchar recently. One behind heading into Sunday, the smiling assassin is dangerous.— Ryan Lavner (@RyanLavnerGC) April 12, 2014
Kuchar has finished third and eighth at Augusta the last two seasons. His timely third-round score has him in serious contention in a tournament that has seen no truly dominant player step up and seize the moment.
Saturday was a timely moment to shoot his best career score at the Masters. Accustomed to the stage and on a roll, look for Kuchar to remain steady on Sunday and don the green jacket.