What Time Does Tiger Woods Tee Off At The Masters?

Written By Bill Gelman on April 8, 2023
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The Masters is taking place this week from Thursday, April 6 through Sunday, April 9. Five-time champion Tiger Woods is set to play in the tournament. It will be just the second tournament he has played in so far in 2023. Here we will look at Tiger Woods tee time for the Masters. Included will be his tee times for Thursday and Friday as well as Saturday and Sunday if he makes the cut. We will also look at Tiger Woods odds to win the Masters or to record a top-10 finish.

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Tiger Woods tee time

No matter which Masters we are talking about, Tiger Woods is one of the most anticipated PGA Tour players that golf bettors tend to target. It might have something to do with how Woods has won The Masters five times, the most recent of which was 2019. We now know the tee time for Tiger Woods on Friday for Round 2.

When does Tiger Woods tee off at the Masters on Saturday?

Tiger Woods will tee off at 1:06 p.m. ET at the Masters on Saturday for Round 3. Woods barely made the cut as he landed right on the number at 3-over.

Here is a general rundown of projected first round start times. Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player and Tom Watson are this year’s honorary starters and they are scheduled to begin at 8:15 a.m. ET.

  • Holes 4, 5 and 6: 8:45 a.m. ET start
  • Featured groups: 9:15 a.m. ET start
  • Amen Corner: 10:45 a.m. ET start
  • Holes 15 and 16: 11:45 a.m. ET start

Tiger Woods is one of several former champions playing in the 2023 Masters.

ESPN and CBS are one again splitting the 2023 broadcast of The Masters. In terms of which of the networks you’ll be see Tiger Woods play is totally based on the yet to announced tee time. If he is in one of the featured groups that takes the Augusta National course at 11:30 a.m., then streaming The Masters on ESPN+ or Paramount+ is the best option for live coverage. We will update this section after the first-round pairings and start times are announced.

Tiger Woods Masters odds

Tiger Woods’ odds to win The Masters this year are and to record a top-10 finish. In order for either of these Tiger Woods bets to payout, he will need to make the weekend cut and be among the Sunday leaders.

Scottie Scheffler and Rory McIlroy are among the early favorites.

Who are the favorites to win The 2023 Masters?

Masters betting odds for 2023 are now available at the top sportsbooks in the US. Compare golf betting odds and more below.

Where has Tiger Woods finished at the last 5 Masters?

No matter what happens at this year’s Masters, Tiger Woods has secured his permanent spot among the greatest all-time players. Here is a look back at how he has done over the last five years. He did not play in 2021 due to a serious leg injury.

Year Made The Cut Finish
2021Did Not Play_
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Bill Gelman is a lead writer with TheLines and Catena Media. He has previously covered the sports betting and online casino news for PlayNJ and PlayPennsylvnia, among other Catena Media sites. Bill is no stranger to the Atlantic City sports betting scene, especially during Super Bowl and March Madness betting seasons. Bill appears regularly on the WhyEaglesWhy YouTube podcast where everything and anything Eagles is fair game. Prior to joining Catena Media in 2019, Bill covered the first and only Super Bowl Parade in Philadelphia Eagles history. He would've been there again in 2023 if his Birds didn't blow a 10-point lead.

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