Teachers Program for 2019, coverage: start of early Sunday with CBS broadcast Round 4 live on TV



AUGUSTA, Ga. – The 2019 Masters is trying to avoid its first final since Monday when Seve Ballesteros put on a green jacket in 1983. To meet this goal, Augusta National announced that Sunday's golfers will be expelled from No. Tees 1 and No. 10 starting at 7:30 am ET the game is expected to end around 1: 30-2 pm

CBS will broadcast the final round live from 9 a.m. with live streaming coverage on CBSSports.com and the CBS Sports app starting with the start of the round at 7:30 a.m. The leaders will give the first blow at 9:20 a.m.

The[[Get the full list of Sunday schedules here.]since everything has risen about six hours to avoid thunderstorms in the late afternoon hours that might otherwise move the goal until Monday.

Upon completion of the live coverage, CBS will issue a main presentation of the final round.

"The safety of everyone in our field is paramount," said Fred Ridley, president of the Augusta National Golf Club and the Masters Tournament. "We also believe that the earliest start will give us the best opportunity to complete the Masters on Sunday, this decision should benefit everyone: the players, our sponsors and our fans who are watching all over the world, given the competitiveness and drama of the Tournament of this year, we expect an exciting conclusion tomorrow. "

The problem here is the time of the thunderstorms. If it happened on Saturday morning, there would have been enough time to regain ground the rest of the weekend. But if it seems to turn into Sunday night, you run the risk of the darkness getting ahead of the course, which means an end of Monday.

As it is now, there are more than 50-50 possibilities of electrical storms that begin at 2 p.m. on Sunday, so they will try to finish the game before the time comes.

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Obviously, there are a number of moving parts here that could still result in a late Monday, but the main point remains that Augusta National chose to make a bold move to complete the Masters on Sunday.


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