Masters Tournament 2024: Date, Time & Location, UK Tee Times, Leaderboard, Field List and Course Details

Last Modified Apr 15, 2024 17:16 GMT
The Masters Tournament
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The 88th edition of the Masters tournament will be held from April 8 to 14, 2024, at the Augusta National Golf Club, Georgia, U.S. The first two days of the event will be practice rounds, followed by the infamous par-3 contest on April 10, which is also widely regarded as the cursed event, because whoever wins this, never wins the Masters event. It could be a superstition too, but nobody has won both in the past 89 years. The first round will commence on April 11 until April 14, followed by the presentation ceremony.

2024 Masters Tournament Date and Time

DateEvent Time (ET)TV/Live stream
Monday, April 8Practice Round12:00-02:00 p.m.On the Range
Tuesday, April 9Practice Round09:00-11:00 a.m.On the Range
Wednesday, April 10 Par 3 Contest12:00-03:00 p.m.ESPN+
03:00-05:00 p.m.ESPN, Fubo
Thursday, April 11 Round 103:00-7:30 p.m.ESPN, Fubo
Friday, April 12 Round 203:00-7:30 p.m.ESPN, Fubo
Saturday, April 13 Round 303:00-7:00 p.m.CBS, Paramount+
Sunday, April 14 Round 402:00-07:00 p.m.CBS, Paramount+

Masters Tournament 2024 UK Tee Time or Tee Time

The tee times will be revealed closer to the event and will be updated likewise.

Masters Tournament 2024 Course details

The Augusta National Golf Club has been the golf course for the Masters Tournament since its creation. It was founded by Clifford Roberts and Bobby Jones in 1931 and opened for play in 1932. It is located in Augusta, Georgia.

The Masters Tournament began in 1934 at the Augusta National; it has also been the host of the Augusta National Women's Amateur since 2019. Augusta National is a privately owned for-profit golf club owned by Augusta National. Inc.

1Tea Olive 4454
2Pink Dogwood5855
3Flowering Peach3504
4Flowering Crab Apple2403
5Magnolia 4954
6Juniper 1803
7Pampas 4504
8Yellow Jasmine5705
9Carolina Cherry4604
10Camellia 4954
11White Dogwood5204
12Golden Bell1553
14Chinese Fir 4404
15Firethorn 5505
16Redbud 1703
17Nandina 4404
18Holly 4654

Masters Tournament 2024 Field Details

Out of all the major events, the Masters features the smallest field, consisting of 85–100 players. There are no qualifying tournaments or alternates, in contrast to other majors.

It's an invitation-only event, meaning that players who fulfill predetermined requirements primarily receive invitations automatically. There are 20 categories, based on which the players are invited to the Masters. They are given below:

  • Masters Tournament Champions (lifetime)

  • U.S. Open champions (five years)

  • The Open champions (five years)

  • PGA champions (five years)

  • Winners of the Players Championship (three years)

  • Current Olympic Gold Medalist (one year)

  • Current U.S. Amateur champion and runner-up

  • Current British Amateur champion

  • Current Asia-Pacific Amateur champion

  • Current Latin America Amateur champion

  • Current U.S. Mid-Amateur champion

  • Current NCAA Division I Men's Golf Championship individual champion

  • The first 12 players, including ties, in the previous year's Masters Tournament

  • The first 4 players, including ties, in the previous year's U.S. Open

  • The first 4 players, including ties, in the previous year's Open Championship

  • The first 4 players, including ties, in the previous year's PGA Championship

  • Winners of PGA Tour events that award at least a full-point allocation for the FedEx Cup, from one Masters Tournament to the next

  • Those qualifying and eligible for the previous year's season-ending Tour Championship (top 30 in FedEx Cup prior to tournament)

  • The 50 leaders on the final Official World Golf Ranking for the previous calendar year

  • The 50 leaders on the Official World Golf Ranking published during the week prior to the current Masters Tournament

Where is the 2024 The Masters Tournament?

The Masters Tournament had been held at the Augusta National Golf Club, Georgia, in the U.S. for nearly 90 years as of March 2024.

Masters Tournament's 2024 Field List

The complete field of the 2024 Masters Tournament is as follows:

Åberg, LudvigSweden
An, Byeong HunKorea
Bhatia, AkshayUnited States
Bradley, KeeganUnited States
Burns, SamUnited States
Cantlay, PatrickUnited States
Clark, WyndhamUnited States
Cole, EricUnited States
Conners, CoreyCanada
Couples, FredUnited States
Davis, CameronAustralia
Day, JasonAustralia
de la Fuente, Santiago (a)Mexico
DeChambeau, BrysonUnited States
Dunlap, NickUnited States
Eckroat, AustinUnited States
English, HarrisUnited States
Finau, TonyUnited States
Fitzpatrick, MattEngland
Fleetwood, TommyEngland
Fowler, RickieUnited States
Fox, RyanNew Zealand
Garcia, SergioSpain
Glover, LucasUnited States
Grillo, EmilianoArgentina
Hadwin, AdamCanada
Hagestad, Stewart (a)United States
Harman, BrianUnited States
Hatton, TyrrellEngland
Henley, RussellUnited States
Hisatsune, RyoJapan
Hodges, LeeUnited States
Højgaard, NicolaiDenmark
Homa, MaxUnited States
Hovland, ViktorNorway
Im, SungjaeKorea
Jaeger, StephanGermany
Johnson, DustinUnited States
Johnson, ZachUnited States
Kim, Si WooKorea
Kim, TomKorea
Kirk, ChrisUnited States
Kitayama, KurtUnited States
Knapp, JakeUnited States
Koepka, BrooksUnited States
Lamprecht, Christo (a)South Africa
Lee, Min WooAustralia
List, LukeUnited States
Lowry, ShaneIreland
Malnati, PeterUnited States
Matsuyama, HidekiJapan
McCarthy, DennyUnited States
McIlroy, RoryNorthern Ireland
Meronk, AdrianPoland
Mickelson, PhilUnited States
Moore, TaylorUnited States
Morikawa, CollinUnited States
Murray, GraysonUnited States
Niemann, JoaquínChile
Olazábal, José MaríaSpain
Olesen, ThorbjørnDenmark
Pavon, MatthieuFrance
Poston, J.T.United States
Rahm, JonSpain
Reed, PatrickUnited States
Rose, JustinEngland
Schauffele, XanderUnited States
Scheffler, ScottieUnited States
Schenk, AdamUnited States
Schwartzel, CharlSouth Africa
Scott, AdamAustralia
Shipley, Neal (a)United States
Singh, VijayFiji
Smith, CameronAustralia
Spieth, JordanUnited States
Straka, SeppAustria
Stubbs, Jasper (a)Australia
Taylor, NickCanada
Theegala, SahithUnited States
Thomas, JustinUnited States
van Rooyen, ErikSouth Africa
Villegas, CamiloColombia
Watson, BubbaUnited States
Weir, MikeCanada
Willett, DannyEngland
Woodland, GaryUnited States
Woods, TigerUnited States
Young, CameronUnited States
Zalatoris, WillUnited States

The Masters Tournament Purse Details and Purse Breakdown Structure

The Masters purse structure is a system that decides how much money is given out as prizes in golf tournaments. The format is determined by how many holes each competitor has completed at the start of the tournament. Each of the first four rounds, or one point each, is worth one, while the final round is worth three.

A typical Masters purse structure consists of four main parts: the Stein, the Kette, the Brust, and the Schwanz. The Stein is the central, cylindrical part of the purse, and it is where the coins are stored. To close the purse, a chain called the Kette is wrapped around the Stein. The Brust, which covers the Stein, is a flap that is typically adorned with artwork or initials. The tassel that hangs from the bottom of the bag and is called the "Schwanz'' is used to open it.

The Masters Tournament Purse Breakdown Structure

The purse breakdown structure for the Masters Tournament is as follows:

Position Money

The Masters Tournament Purse history

In 1934, the first Masters tournament took place; the prize pool then was $6000, with a winner's share of $1500. In 1989, the event's purse reached a total of $1 million; however, the winner's share of $1 million came in 2001. The purse has steadily increased, reaching a record-breaking $18 million in 2023.

Following World War II, Herman Keiser earned $2,500 when the Masters returned in 1946. Other payout records were set by Arnold Palmer in 1958, when he won $11,250—the first time the winner's share had surpassed $10,000.

The first time the winner's share crossed $20,000 was in 1961 by Gary Player. Fuzzy Zoeller's win in 1979 marked the first time the winner's share had reached $50,000, while Ben Crenshaw's $108,000 win in 1984 marked the first six-figure payout.

The purse of the Masters grows each year, so Bernhard Langer won $306,000 in 1993; Nick Faldo won $200,000 in 1989; Faldo won $450,000 in 1996; and Mark O'Meara received the first half-million payment in 1998, earning $576,000 in winner's share.

Tiger Woods cashed in on the following two significant payout milestones: The first million-dollar check, 1.008 million, was given to him in 2001, while the first multi-million-dollar check, 2.07 million, came in 2019. Jon Rahm collected $3.24 million in 2023.

The Masters Tournament 2024 Map

The map for The Masters Tournament 2024, as per its official website, is given below:

The Masters Tournament Leaderboard 2024

Scottie Scheffler won the 2024 Masters with a total score of 277, under 11, defeating Ludvig Aberg by four strokes. This was his second win at the event, given his 2022 win. The complete leaderboard of the 2024 event is as follows:

Pos.PlayerTo ParTotalMoney
1Scottie Scheffler-11277$3,600,000
2Ludvig Åberg-7281$2,160,000
T3Collin Morikawa-4284$1,040,000
T3Tommy Fleetwood-4284$1,040,000
T3Max Homa-4284$1,040,000
T6Cameron Smith-2286$695,000
T6Bryson DeChambeau-2286$695,000
8Xander Schauffele-1287$620,000
T9Will ZalatorisE288$540,000
T9Tyrrell HattonE288$540,000
T9Cameron YoungE288$540,000
T12Patrick Reed1289$405,000
T12Matthieu Pavon1289$405,000
T12Adam Schenk1289$405,000
T12Cameron Davis1289$405,000
T16Sepp Straka2290$310,000
T16Chris Kirk2290$310,000
T16Byeong Hun An2290$310,000
T16Nicolai Højgaard2290$310,000
T20Taylor Moore3291$250,000
T20Lucas Glover3291$250,000
T22Keegan Bradley4292$175,500
T22Min Woo Lee4292$175,500
T22Harris English4292$175,500
T22Adam Scott4292$175,500
T22Joaquín Niemann4292$175,500
T22Rory McIlroy4292$175,500
T22Matt Fitzpatrick4292$175,500
T22Patrick Cantlay4292$175,500
T30Tom Kim5293$124,200
T30Jason Day5293$124,200
T30Si Woo Kim5293$124,200
T30J.T. Poston5293$124,200
T30Rickie Fowler5293$124,200
T35Kurt Kitayama6294$103,000
T35Camilo Villegas6294$103,000
T35Akshay Bhatia6294$103,000
T38Russell Henley7295$86,000
T38Corey Conners7295$86,000
T38Luke List7295$86,000
T38Hideki Matsuyama7295$86,000
T38Ryan Fox7295$86,000
T43Phil Mickelson8296$72,000
T43Shane Lowry8296$72,000
T45Denny McCarthy9297$57,200
T45José María Olazábal9297$57,200
T45Sahith Theegala9297$57,200
T45Brooks Koepka9297$57,200
T45Jon Rahm9297$57,200
T45Danny Willett9297$57,200
51Grayson Murray10298$49,200
52Eric Cole11299$48,000
T53Adam Hadwin12300$46,800
T53Neal Shipley (a)12300$0
T55Jake Knapp13301$44,400
T55Erik van Rooyen13301$44,400
T55Tony Finau13301$44,400
T58Vijay Singh14302$41,400
T58Thorbjørn Olesen14302$41,400
60Tiger Woods16304$39,600

The Masters Tournament Leaderboard 2023

Jon Rahm won his second major championship, his first Masters event, and his 20th overall career victory in 2023. Weather caused a delay in the third round, but Rahm eventually prevailed despite trailing by two shots. He defeated Brooks Koepka and Phil Mickelson by four shots, finishing with a total of 276, under 12. The complete leaderboard for the 2023 event is as follows:

Pos.PlayerTo ParScoreMoney
1Jon Rahm-12276$3,240,000
T2Phil Mickelson-8280$1,584,000
T2Brooks Koepka-8280$1,584,000
T4Jordan Spieth-7281$744,000
T4Patrick Reed-7281$744,000
T4Russell Henley-7281$744,000
T7Cameron Young-6282$580,500
T7Viktor Hovland-6282$580,500
9Sahith Theegala-5283$522,000
T10Matt Fitzpatrick-4284$432,000
T10Scottie Scheffler-4284$432,000
T10Xander Schauffele-4284$432,000
T10Collin Morikawa-4284$432,000
T14Gary Woodland-3285$333,000
T14Patrick Cantlay-3285$333,000
T16Tom Kim-2286$261,000
T16Sungjae Im-2286$261,000
T16Joaquin Niemann-2286$261,000
T16Shane Lowry-2286$261,000
T16Justin Rose-2286$261,000
T16Sam Bennett (a)-2286$0
T16Hideki Matsuyama-2286$261,000
T23Keegan Bradley-1287$187,200
T23Chris Kirk-1287$187,200
T23K.H. Lee-1287$187,200
T26Tony FinauE288$147,000
T26Scott StallingsE288$147,000
T26Ryan FoxE288$147,000
T29Si Woo Kim1289$125,100
T29Sam Burns1289$125,100
T29Harold Varner III1289$125,100
T29Mackenzie Hughes1289$125,100
33Tommy Fleetwood3291$111,600
T34Tyrrell Hatton4292$97,200
T34Cameron Smith4292$97,200
T34Zach Johnson4292$97,200
T34Talor Gooch4292$97,200
T34J.T. Poston4292$97,200
T39Taylor Moore5293$79,200
T39Abraham Ancer5293$79,200
T39Adam Scott5293$79,200
T39Jason Day5293$79,200
T43Max Homa6294$66,600
T43Harris English6294$66,600
T43Mito Pereira6294$66,600
T46Sepp Straka7295$57,600
T46Séamus Power7295$57,600
T48Thomas Pieters8296$50,760
T48Dustin Johnson8296$50,760
T50Charl Schwartzel9297$46,080
T50Fred Couples9297$46,080
52Billy Horschel12300$44,280
53Keith Mitchell14302$43,200

What is PAR in the 2024 The Masters Tournament Leaderboard?

The PAR for The Masters Tournament 2024 is 72, with 18 holes and a 7,555-yard course.

Largest Prize Money Payout In The Masters Tournament History?

The $20 million payout for the 2024 Masters tournament was the largest prize money payout in Masters Tournament history.

Masters Tournament 2024 FAQs

Q. When was the Masters Tournament held in 2024?

A. The practice rounds for the 2024 Master Tournament began on April 8, with the first round beginning on April 11 and concluding on April 14.

Q. What year did the Masters Tournament begin?

A. The Masters Tournament was founded in 1934, making it 90 years old by the 88th edition in 2024.

Q. What is in the Masters Tournament winner purse?

A. The Masters Tournament winner receives prize money, a green jacket, and a gold medal.

Q. When did the first Masters Tournament took place?

A. In 1934, the first Masters tournament took place, won by Horton Smith.

Q. What was the largest prize money payout in Masters history?

A. The largest prize money payout at the Masters Tournament was in 2024, with a $20 million purse and a $3.6 million winner's share.