The 86th Master's Tournament tee times have been announced for the first two rounds, which will begin on Thursday at Augusta National Golf Club.
Tiger Woods is scheduled to tee off with Louis Oosthuizen and Joaquin Niemann on Thursday at 10:34 a.m. ET. The five-time Masters champion updated his status earlier on Tuesday, saying: "Now I feel like I'm going to play."
The focus may be on Woods' tee shot, marking his first return to competitive golf since the November 2020 Masters, but there are plenty of other notable groupings in the first two rounds.
Here are some top-level groups:
• Bryson DeChambeau, Cameron Smith, Paul Casey (Thursday, 10:23 am ET): After recovering from injury, 2020 U.S. Open champion DeChambeau will Play with defending players champion Smith, who has four top-10 finishes in his last five Masters, and veteran Casey, who has five top-10 finishes at Augusta National.
• Tiger Woods, Louis Oosthuizen, Joaquin Niemann (Thursday at 10:34 pm ET): Five-time Masters champion Woods returned from the highly anticipated February 2021 crash when His right leg was considered for amputation, and they were joined by 2010 British Open champion Oosthuizen, a six-time runner-up in the majors, and Niemann, 23, who won this year's Genesis Invitational hosted by Woods.
• Hideki Matsuyama, Justin Thomas, James Piot* (Thursday, 10:45 am ET): Defending Masters champion Matsuyama will join Thomas, who plays 6-on-6 in cuts at Augusta National's and competes in the US Amateur Champion Piot.
• Dustin Johnson, Billy Horschel, Collin Morikawa (Thursday at 1:30 pm ET): 2020 Masters champion Johnson will take on 2014 FedExCup champion Horschel and two-time major champion Morikawa, who just played His third master.
• Will Zalatoris, Patrick Cantlay, Jon Rahm (Thursday, 01:41 pm ET): Zlatoris, runner-up at last year's Masters, will be joined by 2021 FedExCup champion Cantlay and the defending U.S champion Open Rahm.
• Jordan Spieth, Viktor Hovland, Zand Schauffele (Thursday at 1:52 p.m. ET): 2015 Masters champion Spieth and defending gold medalist Hovland Side by side, the latter moved up to fourth in the world rankings and seventh in the FedEx Cup.