Sky Sports becomes exclusive live broadcaster of the Masters in the UK
All four days of Tournament action from Augusta National will be broadcast live on Sky Sports' dedicated golf channel
Last Updated: 20/11/19 3:08pm
Sky Sports will become the exclusive live broadcaster of Masters tournament in the UK, it has been announced.
The new agreement, which begins in 2020, will now extend the partnership into its second decade.
Over the years, the Masters, considered among the most iconic events on the sporting calendar, has provided some of the most dramatic moments in golf. This includes what unfolded last April, when Tiger Woods defied the odds to win his fifth Green Jacket, capping one of the most remarkable comebacks the world of sport has ever seen.
All four days of Tournament action from Augusta National will be broadcast live on Sky Sports' dedicated golf channel, with round-the-clock coverage on Sky Sports News and Sky Sports' social and digital platforms.
The 2020 Masters is set for April 9-12. Sky Sports live coverage will include:
- All four Tournament rounds live from Augusta National
- Analysis from several of the game's biggest names
- Innovative technology in the Sky Sports Studio
- Live coverage of the Par 3 Contest, as well as a daily practice range show featuring interviews and analysis from the Tournament Practice Area
- Supplementary coverage via the "Featured Groups" along with "Amen Corner" and "15 and 16" live feeds, airing Thursday through Sunday
- And much more…
Sky Sports managing director Rob Webster said: "The Masters has provided some spectacular moments on Sky Sports - not least Tiger Woods' unforgettable comeback this year - and we look forward to broadcasting many more at one of the most iconic global sporting events.
"We are proud of our 10-year association with Augusta National, and our golf team does a great job sharing the magic of the Masters with our viewers."
Sky Sports Golf is home to more than 100 tournaments every year. In 2019, the channel hosted all four men's Majors, all five women's Majors and the Solheim Cup.
Golf fans can get Sky Sports Golf from just £18 per month via a Sky Sports subscription, or from just £9.99 a day via the NOW TV Sports Pass. Whether it's via the next generation box, Sky Q, on mobile devices on the go, or on more than 60 devices via NOW TV, Sky Sports will have every twist and turn from the world of golf covered.