We're set for a super Sunday at Augusta National after a soggy Saturday saw play suspended at the Masters

With a full day of rain forecast, it was looking unlikely that there would be much play at Augusta National on Saturday. However, play they did until the greens became so sodden that even the SubAir pump system on the greens couldn't cope with the continued deluge.

The 39 players still to finish their second rounds, headed out early and got the best of the dreary weather conditions. Returning to the course allowed for a few Major moments.

Sandy Lyle and Larry Mize bid farewell

The 1988 and 1987 Masters Champions both said their goodbyes to Augusta National this year. A poignant moment as Lyle embraced Mize on the 18th green after Mize completed his second round.

Record breaker Fred Couples

Fred Couples showed that age is just a number as he became the oldest golfer to make the cut in Masters history aged 63 years, six months and five days.

The 1992 Masters champion added a 74 to his 71 from Thursday. His one-under-par round was the first time he had gone under par in the first round at the Masters since 2014.

“I am excited to make the cut. That’s why I come here … that’s my objective, and I did it. I’m going to try and compete. I can’t compete with Viktor Hovland or Jon Rahm or anybody, but I can compete with myself, and that’s really why I come. That’s what I like to do, is make the cut here at an older age.”

Tiger Woods makes the cut

Tiger Woods made the cut for a record-equalling 23rd time, with Fred Couples also managing this feat to draw level with the record held by Gary Player.

Woods needed a little help from Justin Thomas to make the cut after finishing bogey-bogey and sitting at three-over-par. It was Thomas' bogey-bogey end to his round and a 78 which nudged Woods back into the top 50 and ties.

“I've always loved this golf course, and I love playing this event. Obviously, I've missed a couple with some injuries, but I've always wanted to play here. I've loved it.”

Where did the TV coverage go?

And what would be a Major tournament without a little controversy? On what turned into a slightly chaotic day. The third round became a two-tee, three ball start with all players out on the course just after 1pm local time.

Fans, like me, were left wondering when the coverage would begin on TV. It wasn't that coverage was unavailable, you could watch via the Masters app and on the website but there was a glaring gap.

Many took to social media to air their frustrations, which were then compounded when coverage did finally begin but only lasted 15 minutes before the hooter was sounded and play suspended for the rest of the day.

The networks really aren't the ones to blame here, it was all to do with the broadcast window that is set by the tournament organisers aka the Masters committee.

Maybe a discussion for another day as we look ahead to what is hoped to be the final day of coverage.

When play resumes on Sunday at 8:30am local time, live coverage will begin on CBS and Sky Sports Golf. So we should see the rest of the third round play out.

The final round is expected to begin at 12:30pm off holes one and 10 in pairs, with live coverage from 2-7pm local time.

Plenty of time to crack open your Easter eggs and sit back and watch all the action. Although Brooks Koepka currently holds a four shot lead after six holes of the third round, it's still too close to call.

Let's hope we can put the LIV v PGA Tour rivalry aside and enjoy what should be a spectacular final day as we enjoy a tradition unlike any other.

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