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    Masters 2024 fourth round matches

    Tommy Fleetwood is still on the hunt. Photo: Getty Images/Jamie Squire

    • Full leaderboard for the 2024 Masters.

    World No. 1 Scottie Scheffler will lead into the final round of the tournament Masters after a rollercoaster on the third day of Augusta National.

    By seeking a second Masters title in three years, Scheffler shot a third-round 71 to finish seven under par ahead of compatriot Collin Morikawa's 69 were one of two scores under 70 on Saturday.

    Max Homa is two shots behind the leader after a 73 containing 17 pars and a bogey, while Ludvig Aberg of Sweden is one step further, the 24-year-old professional only 10 months ago.

    < p>No player won the Masters in his championship debut, but Aberg has defied the odds since joining the ranks of the paid players, winning both the DP World Tour and PGA Tour and justifying his wild card by helping Europe reclaim the Ryder Cup in Rome.

    Fourth Round Timelines and GroupsAll times BST (USA unless otherwise noted)

    * denotes amateur

    14:15: Adam Hadwin (Canada), Vijay Singh (Fiji) )
    14:25 : Jake Knapp, Grayson Murray
    14:35: Neil Shipley, Tiger Woods
    14:45: Tom Kim (South Korea), Danny McCarthy
    14:55: Kurt Kitayama, Torbjorn Olesen (Denmark)
    15.05: Eric van Rooyen (South Africa), Eric Cole
    15.15: Jose Maria Olazabal (Spain), Camilo Villegas (Colombia)
    15.25: Russell Henley, Jason Day (Australia)
    15:35: Keegan Bradley, Min Woo Lee (Australia)
    15:45: Si Woo Kim (South Korea), JT Poston
    16:05: Corey Conners (Canada), Brooks Koepka
    16:15: Phil Mickelson, Shane Lowry (Ireland)
    16:25: Taylor Moore, Sahit Thigala
    16:35: Akshay Bhatia, Harris English
    16:45: Jon Rahm (Spain), Tony Finau
    16.55: Hideki Matsuyama (Japan), Luke List
    17.05: Ryan Fox (New Zealand), Rickie Fowler
    17.25: Danny Willett (England), Adam Scott (Australia)
    17.35: Will Zalatoris, Tyrrell Hatton (England)
    17.45: Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland), Joaquin Niemann (Chile)
    17.55: Mathieu Pavon (France), Sepp Straka (Austria)
    18.05: Matt Fitzpatrick (England), Patrick Reed
    18:15: Adam Schenk, Chris Kirk
    18:25: Patrick Cantlay, Lucas Glover
    18:45: Cameron Young, Tommy Fleetwood (England)
    18:55: Byung Hoon Ahn (South Korea), Cameron Smith (Australia)
    19:05: Cameron Davis (Australia), Nikolaj Hojgaard (Denmark)
    19:15: Bryson DeChambeau, Xander Schauffele< br />19:25: Max Homa, Ludvig Aberg (Sweden)
    19:35: Scotty Scheffler, Collin Morikawa

    The three most difficult holes (according to 2013 champion Adam Scott)

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