Masters Final Round Draws A 7.8, Down From 10.4

Awful Announcing summarizes the Tweets revealing the CBS final round ratings for the 2014 Masters, which they say hit a 10-year low. The 7.8 is down from a 10.4 last year and even from an 8.1 when Bubba Watson also won in 2012.

Ed Sherman says don't blame Tiger and Phil. I'm a bit shocked at some of the comments I've seen about the lack of a compelling cast. If Bubba fending off a huge mix of age groups, bonafide young guns Spieth and Fowler, along with the defending champion doesn't excite people, I'm not sure what leaderboard would. They only real fault lies in an excessive setup that stifled risk taking.

More interesting is this Classic TV Sports breakdown of the shots shown Sunday. Jordan Spieth led the way with 70, followed by Bubba at 68, Kuchar at58 and finished off by Lee Westwood at zero.

Of Course Bubba Went To The Waffle House

What else is open on a Sunday night after you've had dinner with the club brass for a little tide-me-over?

Ryan Herrington with the breaking news report on Bubba's Waffle House visit post Green Jacket 2, Tweeted about by Bubba.

2014 Masters Final Round Reminders And Open Thread

Here's about all you need to know: Masters.com heats up around 11:45 a.m.-ish with the addictive Amen Corner Live coverage. The other spectacular feeds kick-in soon thereafter.

Golf Channel's Live From should be on in the background, and at 1 p.m. Jim Nantz Remembers zeros in on the dramatic Faldo victories in Augusta.

At 2 p.m, CBS carries the final round of The Masters. Viewing times here if you don't believe me.

Final round pairings.

Who the bookmakers like.

The leaderboard.