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2021 Masters: Full Viewer’s Guide

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It’s that time of year again, with the 2021 Masters getting underway this week from Augusta National Golf Club.

A host of players will be looking to make dreams a reality this week, and ahead of the event, here’s a rundown of all the coverage you can tune in for come Thursday.

How to watch the 2021 Masters

Thursday

8:30-10:30 AM: Masters on the Range (CBS Sports Network / Masters Live)

9:15 AM-7:30 PM:  Featured Groups  (Masters Live / Masters.com)

10:45 AM-6 PM: Amen Ccorner  (Masters Live / Masters.com)

11:45 AM-7 PM: 15 and 16 (Masters Live / Masters.com)

3-7 PM: Opening Round  (ESPN)

8 PM: Opening Round Encore (ESPN)

11:35-11:50 PM: Highlights (CBS)

Friday

8:30-10:30 AM: Masters on the Range (CBS Sports Network / Masters Live)

9:15 AM-7:30 PM:  Featured Groups  (Masters Live / Masters.com)

10:45 AM-6 PM: Amen Ccorner  (Masters Live / Masters.com)

11:45 AM-7 PM: 15 and 16 (Masters Live / Masters.com)

3-7 PM: Second Round  (ESPN)

8 PM: Second Round Encore (ESPN)

11:35-11:50 PM: Highlights (CBS)

Saturday

11 AM-1 PM: Masters on the Range (CBS Sports Network / Masters Live)

10:15 AM-7 PM:  Featured Groups  (Masters Live / Masters.com)

11:45 AM-6 PM: Amen Ccorner  (Masters Live / Masters.com)

12-6.30 PM: 15 and 16 (Masters Live / Masters.com)

3-7 PM: Third Round  (CBS)

8 PM: Second Round Encore (CBS Sports Network)

Sunday

11 AM-1 PM: Masters on the Range (CBS Sports Network / Masters Live)

10:15 AM-7 PM:  Featured Groups  (Masters Live / Masters.com)

11:45 AM-6 PM: Amen Ccorner  (Masters Live / Masters.com)

12-6.30 PM: 15 and 16 (Masters Live / Masters.com)

2-7 PM: Final Round (CBS)

8 PM: Final Round Encore (CBS Sports Network)

As for what you can expect from the weather this week, per Weather.com (As of Monday April 5), thunderstorms could well play a factor come the opening day.

 

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Brooks Koepka set to play the Masters; takes cryptic shot at Brad Faxon

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Undergoing knee surgery just three weeks ago doesn’t look enough to keep Brooks Koepka out of the Masters as the 30-year-old gears up for his return to action at Augusta.

The four-time major champ played four holes at Augusta on Sunday – 1, 2, 8 and 9 – following a short range session, according to ESPN golf correspondent Bob Harig, and afterwards, Koepka told the reporter:

“If I knew I was going to finish second, I wouldn’t have shown up. Seven days out of surgery, I was hitting balls. I don’t think anybody expected this. I didn’t know.

Seven days out of surgery, I was hitting balls. I don’t think anybody expected this. I didn’t know.

The goal was to play Augusta and so we were going to see if we could play. We were hopeful we were going to be here. A couple of bad days or anything like that it could set you back quite a while.”

Koepka has been teasing a return on his social media sites over the past few days and took a cryptic shot at putting instructor Brad Faxon on Sunday.

Faxon had previously suggested that Koepka would be out for 6-8 months, and it produced this response, drawing on the Michael Jordan ‘The Last Dance’ documentary, from the 30-year-old:

Can Koepka compete for his first green jacket if he tees it up on Thursday? Let us know what you think!

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2021 Masters odds: Dustin Johnson favorite to go back-to-back

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It’s Masters week, and the man to beat is still the defending champ Dustin Johnson, according to the books. DJ will begin his defence as a 9/1 favorite for the tournament, but the pack of challengers are not far behind the multiple major champ in the betting.

Jordan Spieth’s victory at the Valero has propelled the Texan up to second on the board at 10/1, while big-hitting Bryson and the 2021 Players champ Justin Thomas are both 11/1 shots to triumph for the first time at the Masters.

Check out the full list of 2021 Masters odds (as of April 5) courtesy of BetOnline.ag.

  • Dustin Johnson 9/1
  • Jordan Spieth 10/1
  • Bryson DeChambeau 11/1
  • Justin Thomas 11/1
  • Jon Rahm 12/1
  • Rory McIlroy 18/1
  • Patrick Cantlay 20/1
  • Xander Schauffele 22/1
  • Brooks Koepka 28/1
  • Collin Morikawa 30/1
  • Patrick Reed 35/1
  • Tony Finau 35/1
  • Viktor Hovland 35/1
  • Daniel Berger 40/1
  • Paul Casey 40/1
  • Sungjae Im 40/1
  • Webb Simpson 40/1
  • Cameron Smith 45/1
  • Lee Westwood 45/1
  • Tyrrell Hatton 50/1
  • Hideki Matsuyama 55/1
  • Matthew Fitzpatrick 55/1
  • Scottie Scheffler 55/1
  • Sergio Garcia 55/1
  • Tommy Fleetwood 55/1
  • Jason Day 60/1
  • Joaquin Niemann 70/1
  • Adam Scott 80/1
  • Bubba Watson 80/1
  • Louis Oosthuizen 90/1
  • Matt Wallace 100/1
  • Abraham Ancer 110/1
  • Billy Horschel 110/1
  • Justin Rose 110/1
  • Corey Conners 120/1
  • Will Zalatoris 120/1
  • Gary Woodland 125/1
  • Matt Kuchar 125/1
  • Matthew Wolff 125/1
  • Phil Mickelson 125/1
  • Shane Lowry 125/1
  • Max Homa 135/1
  • Brian Harman 150/1
  • Harris English 150/1
  • Jason Kokrak 150/1
  • Marc Leishman 150/1
  • Christiaan Bezuidenhout 175/1
  • Dylan Frittelli 175/1
  • Ian Poulter 175/1
  • Si Woo Kim 175/1
  • Victor Perez 175/1
  • Cameron Champ 200/1
  • Francesco Molinari 200/1
  • Kevin Kisner 200/1
  • Robert MacIntyre 200/1
  • Ryan Palmer 200/1
  • Sebastian Munoz 200/1
  • Kevin Na 225/1
  • Carlos Ortiz 250/1
  • Danny Willett 250/1
  • Lanto Griffin 250/1
  • Matt Jones 250/1
  • Zach Johnson 250/1
  • C.T. Pan 300/1
  • Bernd Wiesberger 400/1
  • Brendon Todd 400/1
  • Charl Schwartzel 400/1
  • Mackenzie Hughes 400/1
  • Henrik Stenson 500/1
  • Stewart Cink 500/1
  • Bernhard Langer 750/1
  • Brian Gay 750/1
  • Hudson Swafford 750/1
  • Jim Herman 750/1
  • Jimmy Walker 750/1
  • Martin Laird 750/1
  • Michael Thompson 750/1
  • Mike Weir 750/1
  • Charles Obsorne 1000/1
  • Fred Couples 1000/1
  • Joe Long 1000/1
  • Robert Streb 1000/1
  • Tyler Strafaci 1000/1
  • Jose Maria Olazabal 2000/1
  • Vijay Singh 2000/1
  • Ian Woosnam 5000/1
  • Larry Mize 5000/1
  • Sandy Lyle 5000/1

Who is your money on for Masters glory, WRXers?

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How much each player won at the 2021 ANA Inspiration

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Patty Tavatanakit held her nerve on a remarkable final day at the 2021 ANA Inspiration, firing a final round of 68 to give the 21-year-old rookie her first win on tour and the winner’s check for $465k.

Lydia Ko tied the course record on Sunday with a 62 to heap the pressure on Tavatanakit, and while she came up two shots short, the Kiwi secured the runner-up spot and will take home a check for $287,716.

With a total prize purse of $3.1 million up for grabs, here’s a look at how much each player won at the 2021 ANA Inspiration.

1: Patty Tavatanakit, -18, $465,000

2: Lydia Ko, -16, $287,716

T3: Sei Young Kim, -11, $151,615

T3: Nelly Korda, -11, $151,615

T3: Nanna Koerstz Madsen, -11, $151,615

T3: Shanshan Feng, -11, $151,615

T7: Jin Young Ko, -10, $79,025

T7: Inbee Park, -10, $79,025

T7: Ally Ewing, -10, $79,025

T10: Megan Khang, -9, $59,333

T10: Moriya Jutanugarn, -9, $59,333

T10: Mirim Lee, -9, $59,333

13: Danielle Kang, -8, $51,666

T14: Mel Reid, -7, $43,476

T14: Pernilla Lindberg, -7, $43,476

T14: Mi Hyang Lee, -7, $43,476

T14: Hannah Green, -7, $43,476

T14: Charley Hull, -7, $43,476

T19: Stephanie Meadow, -6, $34,340

T19: Ryann O’Toole, -6, $34,340

T19: Christina Kim, -6, $34,340

T19: Brooke M. Henderson, -6, $34,340

T19: Gabriela Ruffels, -6, $34,340

T19: Yu Liu, -6, $34,340

T25: Minjee Lee, -5, $28,984

T25: Anna Nordqvist, -5, $28,984

T25: Gaby Lopez, -5, $28,984

T28: Cristie Kerr, -4, $23,352

T28: Jenny Shin, -4, $23,352

T28: Hyo Joo Kim, -4, $23,352

T28: Lauren Stephenson, -4, $23,352

T28: Yui Kawamoto, -4, $23,352

T28: Azahara Munoz, -4, $23,352

T28: Leona Maguire, -4, $23,352

T28: Pajaree Anannarukarn, -4, $23,352

T36: Xiyu Lin, -3, $18,194

T36: Lexi Thompson, -3, $18,194

T36: Georgia Hall, -3, $18,194

T36: Jessica Korda, -3, $18,194

T40: Angela Stanford, -2, $14,560

T40: Amy Olson, -2, $14,560

T40: Austin Ernst, -2, $14,560

T40: Mi Jung Hur, -2, $14,560

T40: Gerina Piller, -2, $14,560

T40: Stacy Lewis, -2, $14,560

T40: Jaye Marie Green, -2, $14,560

T47: Hee Young Park, -1, $11,971

T47: Maria Fernanda Torres, -1, $11,971

T47: Jeongeun Lee6, -1, $11,971

T50: Bronte Law, E, $10,081

T50: Yuka Saso, E, $10,081

T50: Pornanong Phatlum, E, $10,081

T50: Celine Boutier, E, $10,081

T50: Amy Yang, E, $10,081

T50: Dani Holmqvist, E, $10,081

T50: So Yeon Ryu, E, $10,081

T57: Brittany Lincicome, 1, $8,507

T57: Angel Yin, 1, $8,507

T57: Linnea Strom, 1, $8,507

T60: Ariya Jutanugarn, 2, $7,719

T60: Jennifer Kupcho, 2, $7,719

T60: Sophia Popov, 2, $7,719

T63: Eun-Hee Ji, 3, $7,167

T63: Kelly Tan, 3, $7,167

T63: Nicole Broch Larsen, 3, $7,167

T63: Caroline Masson, 3, $7,167

T67: Aditi Ashok, 4, $6,695

T67: Nasa Hataoka, 4, $6,695

69: Jennifer Song, 5, $6,458

T70: Kristen Gillman, 6, $6,263

T70: Cydney Clanton, 6, $6,263

 

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