The Masters 2020 LIVE – Final Round leaderboard and updates

MASTERS FINAL ROUND LIVE: Can anyone stop Dustin Johnson? Leaderboard and updates from Augusta National as DJ takes four-shot lead into final round at Augusta

  • Dustin Johnson has one hand on the green jacket heading into Sunday 
  • But anything can happen during the final round of the Masters
  • He tees off at 2.29pm (GMT) with Abraham Ancer and Sungjae Im 
  • Latest Masters news, live action and leaderboard can be found here 
  • There is a two-tee start in operation to make sure play is completed  

Dustin Johnson is 18 holes away from landing his first Masters title and second major after opening up a four-shot lead at Augusta National.

Johnson walked off with a flawless 65 on Saturday to sit 16 under par to tie the record set by Jordan Spieth five years ago.

It isn’t the first time Johnson has held the 54-hole lead in a major – he blew it the first FOUR times he was in this position – but he’ll take some stopping today.

The 2016 US Open winner tees off at 2.29pm (GMT) with his closest challengers  Korean Sungjae Im and Mexican Abraham Ancer while Australian Cameron Smith is also 12 under.

Europe’s closest challenger comes from world No 2 Jon Rahm, who sits on nine under, with huge work to do early on if he has any hopes of slipping on the prestigious Green Jacket. 

Follow Sportsmail’s Jonathan Spencer who will provide live coverage of the final day of Masters 2020. 

Host commentator

DEREK LAWRENSON: They were first among equals at the start of the third round of the Masters, the only time in majors history where the world’s top three golfers had all been tied for the lead at halfway.

Heading into the final round on Sunday, the contrast is stark. World No 1 Dustin Johnson simply blew away No 2 Jon Rahm and third-ranked Justin Thomas courtesy of a fabulous bogey-free 65 for a four shot lead. With a 54 hole total of 200 strokes, Johnson has tied the 16 under par record set by Jordan Spieth in 2015.

So complete was his domination, Rahm and Thomas are not even his closest pursuers. That forlorn-looking task has fallen instead to three players for whom second place would be comfortably their best result in a major – Korean Sung-jae Im, Mexican Abraham Ancer and Australian Cameron Smith. 


And we’re off for one last time at Augusta!

Matt Wallace, Adam Scott and Lee Westwood get us started off the 1st, while Justin Rose, Louis Oosthuizen and Nick Taylor get going off the 10th.

We have another thrilling day ahead…

The first groups were set to get underway at 12:50pm but will now head out at 1pm due to fog…

Good afternoon everybody and welcome to Sportsmail’s live coverage of the final day of the Masters.

Dustin Johnson has one hand on the Green Jacket, taking a four-shot lead heading into the final round.

Will he reign supreme or are there some final twists and turns in store?

Find out right here!

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