It falls to the home of the 84th Masters team, and Dustin Johnson finds himself at center stage upon his entry on Sunday. Johnson, ranked No. 1 in the world and finished second in the Masters a year ago, is four times ahead of the field as the fourth round begins. But it’s not over yet.
Eight golfers are seven strokes away for the one-off main champion and three of them – Sungjae Im, Abraham Ancer and Cameron Smith – are four strokes away. But Johnson has turned the lights off so far, with two of his best five rounds of the week after a 65-second match on Thursday and Saturday. Historically large marker through 54 holes. Whether Johnson can shut it down or not, we must be on an action-packed Sunday as the likes of Justin Thomas, Brooks Quebecca, Rory McCleroy and John Ram are hoping to gain ground on the last 18 holes.
Watch the 2020 Masters live on CBS 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. ET and live broadcasts from 8 a.m. Masters Life. Follow the world’s best golfers at Augusta National with the distinct groups, log onto the famous Amen Corner and watch golfers around the turn at holes 15 and 16. You can also watch Masters Live on CBS Sports app And the CBS All Access Connected to a TV set.