Masters watch online, golf tee times without subscription TV services, Channel 9 GEM will show the action live each day will allow you to stream coverage that permits you to see every shot of every player.
And for Aussie golf fans, there’s never been more ways to take in the beauty of Augusta National, nor more coverage available.
For those without subscription TV services, Channel 9 GEM will show the action live each day, but there’s also the network’s 9NOW service that will allow you to stream coverage daily and the brilliant Masters website – www.masters.com – that permits you to see every shot of every player.
But for the real golf tragics, it’s hard to go past the Foxtel and Kayo Sports coverage, which has already begun with Channel 505 turned over to the Masters for the entire week.
The Masters channel features films from previous years, including a Thursday afternoon special on Australia’s lone green jacket holder, Adam Scott.
But when it’s go time on Thursday night (Australian time), two more channels will crank up on Fox to really put you in that Georgia frame of mind.
On Friday and Saturday morning from 12.30am (AEST) then from 1.30am (AEST) on Sunday and Monday morning, Fox 508 – the 4K Ultra HD channel – will carry coverage of Amen Corner.
The stage is set for memories and potentially history to be made this week as the Masters returns to its April spot on the calendar with the 85th edition of the tournament set to begin at Augusta National on Thursday. The most exciting time of the year on the golf calendar upon us, and the 2021 Masters is set to be a star-studded affair with a loaded field featuring most of the best golfers in the world.