After three days of some of the most exciting action golf fans could have ever anticipated, Day 4 of the 2014 Masters tournament has all the potential to be the perfect culmination to the first major of the year.
With stars like Bubba Watson, Matt Kuchar and Rickie Fowler still in contention for the championship, golf fans from around the world will be desperate to keep up with the live updating leaderboard.
Here is all the vital television information for the final round of the 2014 Masters tournament and the leaderboard results every fan needs.
Where: Augusta National Golf Club, Augusta, Ga.
When: Sunday, April 13
Time: 2 p.m. - 7 p.m. ET
Live Updating Leaderboard
Player with the Most to Lose Sunday: Bubba Watson
Every player in the field has something to lose on the final day of the Masters, but perhaps no player has more pressure on his shoulders than American star Bubba Watson.
After winning the 2012 Masters, Watson had huge expectations placed on him coming into the 2013 tournament and failed to live up to the hype. That’s not the case this year, though, as he entered Day 4 tied for the lead.
Watson spoke to Gene Wojciechowski of ESPN.com before the third round about his focus on the course and how he is handling the pressure of being a former champion:
Just got to keep my head down -- same thing I've been doing the last two days, same thing I did earlier this year. Just keep my head down and not try to focus on the crowds cheering for me and stuff. Trying to stay level; not too energized, not too excited.
For me, I didn't know how to handle it the best way, and so I didn't play my best golf last year. This year I come in here with no media attention, just out there practicing ... So yeah, it was very different from last year to this year.
The expectations for Watson are high once again, and anything less than a win will be considered not good enough. As if the former Masters champion needed anymore pressure, Atlanta Hawks sniper Kyle Korver added even more:
The share of the lead through three rounds is perfect for Watson due to the fact that he had a subpar Round 3 and is still in a position to win. With the veteran typically bouncing back from a poor performance (Bubba was two over on Day 3), Watson doesn’t have to play his best round to come out victorious.
Watson must play smart golf at Augusta and take what the course gives him. With a big driver and his putter working well, the focus will be on whether he can keep his composure.
Watson’s been here before and should be able to capture his second Masters tournament.
Predicted Finish: Watson wins the 2014 Masters
*Stats via Masters.com.