Jim Herman from the USA and Adam Scott from Australia were the first two players to tee off at 10am on Sunday. Herman made an eagle on the second par-5 hole to get to 4 while Scott is even through two holes and in last place remains place at 10 after shooting 79 on Saturday.

The biggest deficit in the finals to win the Masters was five strokes from Jack Burke Jr. in 1956. Since Nick Faldo in 1996, no player has been more than four strokes behind on the last day at Augusta National , and it’s been eight years since Phil Mickelson was the last player to fill such a deficit in a major’s finals. After the Japanese Hideki Matsuyama, who tees off at 2:40 p.m., played the round of his life, a 7-under-65-year-old on Saturday, he is eleven under the tournament, four strokes ahead of a foursome who is seven under second place lies.