Masters TV coverage: when and what to watch on Sky and BBC

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Wondering how you can watch and listen to the 2022 Masters on TV and radio? Well, all four rounds from Augusta National will be shown exclusively live on Sky Sports, with the BBC offering TV highlights and radio commentary.

Sky Sports will once again be the home of The Masters, with over 70 hours of live coverage from Georgia across a nine-day period from Saturday April 2 to Sunday April 10.

Wall-to-wall coverage from the tournament itself will begin at 2pm on Thursday and Friday, with Featured Group coverage and regular updates from around the course available to enjoy on Sky Sports Golf until the global broadcast window begins at 8pm.

A special live build-up programme from 3pm over the weekend will keep you up-to-date with the early play over the final two rounds and look ahead to the main action, with the global broadcast window beginning at 7.30pm on Saturday and 6.30pm on Sunday.

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There will be lots of extra action throughout all four days via the red button on Sky Sports Golf, along with Sky Q and Sky Glass, providing plenty of bonus feeds and allowing you to follow players’ progress through various parts of Augusta’s famous layout.

A feed of the fourth, fifth and sixth holes will go live each day as soon as the opening group reach that part of the course, with another stream then covering the 15th and 16th holes. The notorious Amen Corner stream will also be available for all four rounds and focuses on the famous three-hole stretch from the 11th, with that coverage also live – for free – on the Sky Sports Golf YouTube channel.

The Masters flag.

If that wasn’t enough, Featured Group coverage will be on the red button for all four rounds, with two marquee groups in each half of the draw, while the On the Range feed will give you a behind-the-scenes look at players preparing for their rounds.

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The two-hour “On The Range show” is live from 5pm on Monday and 4pm on Tuesday, while Live from The Masters will offer extended news, interviews and storylines for several hours each day in the build-up to the tournament. Sky Sports Golf will also show live coverage from the traditional Par-3 contest on Wednesday from 7pm, returning after a two-year absence.

Brandel Chamblee and Paul McGinley will debate the biggest talking points from The Masters each day during tournament week, with that show on from 1pm on Tuesday to Friday and then 8am over the weekend.

Masters Breakfast over the weekend will look back at the best of the previous round’s action, plus see guests go head-to-head in the Shot Centre and look to the next day’s play, with three hours of coverage running from 9am on Saturday and Sunday.

Sky Sports Masters television coverage schedule

Thursday

6pm-10.30pm: The Masters First Round Live – Sky Sports Golf

12.30pm-6pm: Featured Groups Live – Sky Sports Golf

6pm-10pm: Featured Groups Live – Sky Sports via the red button

12.30pm-9.15pm: Amen Corner Live – Sky Sports via the red button

12.55pm-9.45pm: 4th, 5th and 6th holes Live – Sky Sports via the red button

12.15pm-9.45pm: 15th and 16th holes Live – Sky Sports via the red button

10.30pm-11.30pm: The Masters Verdict Live – Sky Sports Golf

Friday

6pm-10.30pm: The Masters Second Round Live – Sky Sports Golf

12.30pm-6pm: Featured Groups Live – Sky Sports Golf

6pm-10pm: Featured Groups Live – Sky Sports via the red button

12.30pm-9.15pm: Amen Corner Live – Sky Sports via the red button

12.55pm-9.45pm: 4th, 5th and 6th holes Live – Sky Sports via the red button

12.15pm-9.45pm: 15th and 16th holes Live – Sky Sports via the red button

10.30pm-11.30pm: The Masters Verdict Live – Sky Sports Golf

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Saturday

5pm-6pm: Live from the Masters – Sky Sports Golf

6pm-10pm: The Masters Third Round Live – Sky Sports Golf

3pm-10pm: Featured Groups Live – Sky Sports via the red button

3.10pm-8.45pm: Amen Corner Live – Sky Sports via the red button

3.45pm-7.30pm: 4th, 5th and 6th holes Live – Sky Sports via the red button

4.15pm-9.15pm: 15th and 16th holes Live – Sky Sports via the red button

10pm-11pm: The Masters Verdict Live – Sky Sports Golf

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Sunday

2pm-3pm: Live from the Masters – Sky Sports Golf

3pm-8pm: The Masters Final Round Live – Sky Sports Golf

1pm-8pm: Featured Groups Live – Sky Sports via the red button

1.10pm-6.30pm: Amen Corner Live – Sky Sports via the red button

1.45pm-6pm: 4th, 5th and 6th holes Live – Sky Sports via the red button

4.15pm-7.15pm: 15th and 16th holes Live – Sky Sports via the red button

8pm-9pm: The Masters verdict Live – Sky Sports Golf

Monday

8pm: How the Masters was won – Sky Sports Golf

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Tiger Woods chip Masters

Can I watch The Masters on BBC?

The BBC no longer has any live television coverage of The Masters.

You can watch highlights of all four rounds on BBC Two, BBC iPlayer and online, with live radio coverage on BBC Radio 5 Live and Sports Extra.

Wednesday, 6 April

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15:15-16:15 – BBC Two

Thursday, 7 April

Round one live

12:00-01:00 – Live text commentary on BBC Sport website and mobile app

22:00-01:00 – Radio 5 Sports Extra (20:00-22:30 simulcast on 5 Live)

Friday, 8 April

Round one highlights

00:00-01:30 – BBC Two

08:30-10:00 – BBC Two (repeat)

Round two live

12:00-01:00 – Live text commentary on BBC Sport website and mobile app

22:00-01:00 – Radio 5 Sports Extra

Saturday, 9 April

Round two highlights

00:00-01:30 – BBC Two

09:00-10:30 – BBC Two (repeat)

Round three live

18:00-01:00 – Live text commentary on BBC Sport website and mobile app

20:00-01:00 – Radio 5

Sunday, 10 April

Round three highlights

00:00-01:30 – BBC Two

07:00-08:30 – BBC Two (repeat)

Round four live

18:00-01:00 – Live text commentary on BBC Sport website and mobile app

20:00-00:30 – Radio 5

Monday, 11 April

Round four highlights

00:00-02:00 – BBC Two

13:00-15:00 – BBC Two

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