Updated 12:20 PM EST, Sat, Mar 06, 2021

PGA Masters 2014 Leaderboard, Online Stream & TV Schedule for Day 4: Bubba Watson & Jordan Spieth in the Lead

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The Masters golf tournament is down to the final day with Bubba Watson and Jordan Spieth leading the charge after three rounds. Things could still get bumpy towards the end as several big name look to make a final push for the green jacket.

Despite the absence of world's No. 1 Tiger Woods and the early exit of Grand Slam contender Phil Mickelson, the Masters have not missed a beat, thanks to strong performances from the young guns in the tournament looking to make a name for themselves.

Watson, who scored a 69 and 68 through the first two rounds, fired a 74 in the third round to retain his place on the top of the leaderboard. Spieth, 20, however, took the thunder from him after scoring a 70 in the third round to put him in striking position heading into Sunday's final round.

Watson, who won the 2012 Masters tournament, admitted the pressure is taking its toll on him emotionally as he endures sleepless nights and wrestles with the excitement of going to the final round.

"If someone would have told me I'd shoot 74 and still be tied for the lead, I'd have taken it all day long," Watson said in the post-round interview with ESPN on Saturday. "The emotions were good all day. The key was making some putts down the stretch, and luckily I did."

Meanwhile, Spieth is pumped up for Sunday's playing, as he tries to come up with an even stronger round, and hopefully, becoming the youngest Masters winner in the history of the prestigious tournament.

"I'm very confident in the way things are going, and I'm really looking forward to tomorrow," said Spieth, who recorded four birdies and two bogeys on Saturday.

Miguel Angel Jimenez still has the chance to become the oldest Masters champion ever at 50 years old, having scored a three-under par, while Matt Kuchar and Sweden's Jonas Blixt are trailing the leaders by one stroke each. 

Masters Live Stream, TV Schedule, Leaderboard, Groupings and Tee Times

TV Schedule
Live coverage of the PGA Masters starts from 2 p.m. EDT to 7 p.m. EDT on CBS. Live 3-D coverage is available on ESPN 3-D.

Live Streaming
For live stream coverage of the tourney, click here.

For groupings, tee times, and real-time leaderboard of the tourney, click here.

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