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Tiger Woods Reveals What Time He'll Get Up On Sunday

Tiger Woods plays the second round at The Masters.

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA - APRIL 12: Tiger Woods of the United States stands on the second hole during the second round of the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club on April 12, 2019 in Augusta, Georgia. (Photo by Andrew Redington/Getty Images)

It's going to be a very early morning for Tiger Woods.

Woods, 43, just finished his third round at The Masters. He shot a 5-under in his third round, getting to -11 for the tournament.

The 14-time major champion (and four-time Masters champion) could be playing in the final group on Sunday.

Woods is currently tied for second place with Tony Finau. They're both two strokes back of Francesco Molinari, who's leading the tournament at -13.

Typically, only two players are in the final group, but due to poor weather approaching, The Masters has announced a change for Sunday. Players will be going off in threesomes and they'll be teeing off much earlier than normal.

The final group will go out at 9:20 a.m. E.T. CBS' coverage will begin at 9 a.m.

What does this mean for Tiger, who should be playing a little after 9?

An early morning. Woods revealed in a post-round interview on CBS when he plans on getting up.

"Get up around 4, 3:45," Woods said.

It'll be an adjustment, but when you're in contention at The Masters on Sunday, you'll take it.

Woods hasn't won The Masters since 2005. He last finished in the top five in 2013, when he finished tied for fourth.

Official announcements on Woods' tee time will be out soon.