2023 Masters Tournament Dates and Schedule

The 2023 Masters Tournament will be the 87th time this tournament is played. The Masters Tournament was first played in 1934, co-founded by Bobby Jones in Augusta, Georgia. It is one of the four major championships of men's professional golf.

2023 Masters Tournament dates: April 6-9 (Thursday-Sunday)
Golf course: Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia
Pairings/tee times: Announced during tournament week, typically on the Tuesday preceding Thursday's first round. See Masters Tee Times and Pairings for general info.

The official Masters website (masters.com) has not yet posted a list of golfers who've already qualified to play in the 2023 Masters. For information on how golfers qualify, see Qualifying for The Masters: How Golfers Earn Their Invitations.

For information about or to sign up for the Masters Tickets lottery, visit the ticketing section of Masters.com.

The Defending Champions Is ...
Scottie Scheffler. Scheffler won in 2022 with a final score of 10-under 278. His margin was three strokes over runner-up Rory McIlroy, but he actually had a 5-stroke edge going to the final hole, then nervously missed a couple short putts. See 2022 Masters Tournament for a recap and scores.

2023 Masters Tournament Schedule

  • Sunday, April 2: Player arrivals, practice rounds
  • Monday, April 3: Practice rounds
  • Tuesday, April 4: Practice rounds, Champions Dinner
  • Wednesday, April 5: Practice rounds, Par-3 Contest
  • Thursday, April 6: Honorary starters ceremony, first round of Masters Tournament
  • Friday, April 7: Second round of tournament
  • Saturday, April 8: Third round of tournament
  • Sunday, April 9: Fourth and final round of tournament, Green Jacket ceremony and trophy presentation
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