Apr 05, 2022
POSTED BY: Nicholas Venditti

2022 Masters Tournament Run Down

Masters week is here to the joy of golfers and patrons alike. The Masters Tournament is one of golf's most popular events, hosting seven days of golf with the sport's top players. 

This year, Masters will be held between April 4th and April 10th. Each day, viewers will get a unique experience at the beautiful Augusta National Golf Club. 

Keep reading for the full itinerary for Masters 2022 below. 

Where Is the Masters in 2022?

The 86th Masters will take place at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia. The Augusta National Golf Course is Georgia's most desirable course, designed by golf legend Bobby Jones and well-renowned architect Alister Mackenzie. 

The course is the “American Dream,” designed in a meadowland style with the turf trimmed to perfection. Dashes of white sand scattered throughout the fairways add to the course's beautiful landscape. 

Each hole comes with unique challenges for players. And, course designers have changed one or two holes after previous tournaments to keep the course challenging.

While the Augusta National Golf Course is home to the Masters championship, it's one of the most popular courses for golfers around the world. 

2022 Masters Golf Schedule

Here's a day-by-day rundown of the event:

Monday and Tuesday, April 4-5th - Practice 

The first two days of the event are for practice rounds. All the pros are allowed to play a few rounds to get a feel for the course, work on their game and prepare for what may be the most important rounds of their career. 

Note that if you're watching the event in person, these are the only days you're allowed to take your camera with you. If you plan to get some photos or videos of your favorite players, this and the Par 3 contest on Wednesday are your chance to do so. 

Wednesday, April 6th - Par 3 Contest

Wednesday is for the famous Par 3 contest, played on a separate 9-hole course located in the Northeast section of the Augusta National Golf Course. 

This practice run is a tradition where players have friends and family members participate. Some players will let kids be their caddy, making it an immersive experience for attendees. 

There are also some superstitions surrounding the Par 3 contest. No player has ever won the contest and won the actual Masters tournament. 

Thursday, April 7th - Tournament Starts at 8:00 am

The honorary tee-off starts nice and early, at 8:00 am on Thursday. The tournament usually selects two honorary players to tee off first. For the 85th Masters in 2021, they were Gary Player, Lee Elder, and Jack Nicklaus. 

Friday, April 8th - Second Tournament Round Starts at 8:00 am

Friday is the start of the second round. The course is full of players, usually playing in groups of 3. After this round, the roster is cut, so only the top 50 players remain. 

Saturday, April 9th - Third Tournament Round Starts at 10:00 am

Round 3 begins on Saturday, April 9th, at 10:00 am. Here the tee-off order is reversed based on scores. Golfers the furthest behind tee off first, and those in the lead tee off last. 

Sunday, April 10th - Fourth Tournament Round Starts at 10:00 am

The fourth and final round starts on Sunday, April 10th, at 10:00 am. For this round, players in the lead will tee off sometime between 2:00-2:30 pm. 

The tournament usually finishes around 7:00 pm, and the winner will receive the legendary green jacket. For the final round, players usually play in pairs. 

Note that all the times listed above could be delayed based on weather. 

Who Has Qualified for the 2022 Masters Tournament?

Here's a breakdown of the qualifying members for the 86th Masters tournament (Excluding last minute invites):

  • Daniel Berger
  • Abraham Ancer
  • Sam Burns
  • Christiaan Bezuidenhout
  • Paul Casey
  • Patrick Cantlay
  • Stewart Cink
  • Cameron Champ
  • Fred Couples
  • Corey Conners
  • Bryson DeChambeau
  • Cameron Davis
  • Tony Finau
  • Harris English
  • Tommy Fleetwood
  • Matt Fitzpatrick
  • Lucas Glover
  • Sergio Garcia
  • Austin Greaser
  • Talor Gooch
  • Brian Harman
  • Stewart Hagestad
  • Tyrell Hatton
  • Padraig Harrington
  • Lucas Herbert
  • Russell Henley
  • Garrick Higgo
  • Harry Higgs
  • Max Homa
  • Tom Hoge
  • Viktor Hovland
  • Billy Horschel
  • Sungjae Im
  • Mackenzie Hughes
  • Aaron Jarvis
  • Dustin Johnson
  • Takumi Kanaya
  • Zach Johnson
  • Si Woo Kim
  • Brooks Koepka
  • Kevin Kisner
  • Bernhard Langer
  • Jason Kokrak
  • Min Woo Lee
  • K.H Lee
  • Luke List
  • Marc Leishman
  • Sandy Lyle
  • Shane Lowry
  • Harold Varner III

Spot Stitch Golf in This Year’s Master’s Tournament

We are proud to announce that several amateurs will be carrying our trademark Stitch Golf SL2 bag. For the 2022 Masters, both Austin Greaser (2021 U.S Amateur Runner-Up) and women's amateur Emilia Migliaccio (Played in this years ANWA) will be using the Stitch Golf SL2 bag to carry their clubs on the Augusta National Golf Course. 

In past years we have had STITCH players carry our staff bag such as Paul Casey, Brendan Todd, and Dylan Fritelli. Several other players can be seen using our headcovers and alignment sticks as well. 

Our high-quality golf clubs are suitable for both professional tournaments and everyday golfers. Check out our collection of Stitch Golf bags to find the perfect club carrier for your next round of golf. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Why Is Phil Mickelson Not Playing the Masters 2022?

Three-time Masters winner Phil Mickelson will not be participating in the 2022 Masters Tournament after removing himself from the list. The reason is due to complications about some remarks he made about a rival Saudi-funded league and the PGA Tour. 

During an interview with Digest, Mickelson accused the PGA Tour of having “obnoxious greed.” This comment has sparked controversy, and Mickelson has been out of the public eye ever since. He also doesn't agree with participating with a Saudi-funded league for personal issues of his own and does not agree with the country's history of human rights abuses. 

The 86th Masters Tournament will be the first not to see Phil Mickelson play since 1994. Hopefully we will see him back on the grounds next year! 


The 2022 Masters tournament will be an exciting and historic week of golf. Remember that the schedule is subject to change based on the weather, so be prepared to change your plans if you are attending the tournament in person.

And if you can’t make it to Augusta but want to hit up the course to honor the Masters Tournament, get geared up with equipment as the pros use from STITCH Golf.