The Masters finally gets underway this week, after the major was postponed earlier this year. The four-day tournament begins on Thursday November 12, and there won’t be any spectators in attendance at Augusta, Georgia.
Bryson DeChambeau is currently the favourite to win the tournament, with the soft conditions expected to boost his game.
He’s yet to win a Masters, but the American did win his first major earlier this year.
Rory McIlory is also yet to win his first Masters, but will be hoping to finally complete his career Grand Slam at Augusta this year.
Tiger Woods won his fifth Masters in 2019, and the first one since 2005.
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Elsewhere, Francesco Molinari is hoping to put to bed last year’s demons.
It was Molinari’s difficult final round that gave Woods the opportunity to claim his fifth Masters title last year.
“It would have been good to go back after a year and get that closure, to move on,” he said.
“It has been harder not to have been back there yet. Hopefully this brings that sense of closure and it will be easier to move on. It has been so long.”
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All of the action from Georgia will be live to watch in the UK throughout the four days.
But The Masters usually takes place in April, and the shorter daylight hours have forced some changes to the usual timetable.
Coverage will be starting earlier than normal, and finishing earlier than we’re used to.
Rest assured, however, the usual Sunday evening climax to the tournament will remain.
How can I watch The Masters on TV?
Live coverage of The Masters will be available on Sky Sports Golf across the four days, following a selected group of players.
Can I live stream The Masters?
You can watch the action in full and live via the Sky Go app on your computer, mobile or tablet, if you’re a Sky Sports subscriber.
What time does The Masters start each day?
Coverage will start at 6pm (UK time) on Thursday November 12 for the first round, and will last until 10.30pm.
Friday’s action will also be available from 6pm until 10.30pm.
Saturday’s third-round coverage will run from 6pm until 10pm, whereas Sunday’s action will be broadcast from 3pm until 8pm.
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