The 2017 Masters concludes on Sunday, April 9, at Augusta, Ga. and the tournament will have its winner. And it went down to a thrilling a battle between Sergio Garcia and Justin Rose.
Rose and Garica traded shots down the stretch and were all tied up when they went to 18. The two parred the 72nd hole to go to the a playoff, the first since 2013. Garica then birdied 18 on the second try to win his first major championship.
Here’s all the information you need to know about the 2017 Masters.
2017 Masters final round updates
2017 Masters leaderboard
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What TV channel is the 2017 Masters final round on?
The first two rounds, played on Thursday and Friday, aired on ESPN from 3-7:30 p.m. ET. ESPN aired replays of the each round from 8-11 p.m. ET.
For Saturday and Sunday, CBS will air the tournament. Saturday’s coverage runs from 3-7:30 p.m. ET. Sunday’s final round will run from 2-7 p.m. ET.
Saturday’s pairing will be announced after second-round play is complete.
How can I watch the 2017 Masters online?
The Masters website offers viewers the opportunity to follow featured groups and play a few of the iconic holes at Augusta National Golf Club. You can follow along here.
2017 Masters final round tee times and groupings
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2017 Masters final round recap
After Jordan Spieth and Rickie Fowler fell off, the final stretch was a thrilling back and forth between Rose and Garcia. Former Masters winner Charl Schwartzel and Matt Kuchar came in third and fourth at 6-under and 5-under respectively.
Among the SEC golfers, Russell Henley came out on top. The former UGA golfer, who only made the field after winning last week, finished with a final round 69 to finish at 1-under. He tied for 11th, which means he will automatically be back for next year’s Masters. Justin Thomas of Alabama finished at 2-over, Brandt Snedeker at of Vanderbilt at 3-over, Jason Dufner of Auburn at 5-over field. Georgia’s Kevin Kisner finished at 8-over and Kentucky’s J.B. Holmes finished at 11-over. Georgia’s Hudson Swafford and Bubba Watson both missed the cut and will not be playing this weekend.
How much money does the 2017 Masters winner take home?
The winner receives a cool $1.8 million. The total purse for the tournament is $10 million.