Dan Box
By Dan Box

After what feels like an exceptionally long and wet winter, the first major of the year is finally upon us, with Jon Rahm set to defend his Masters title at Augusta National this week.

Masters Week is one of the most special weeks of the year for golfers, with the action getting underway on Thursday, and in this article we'll tell you all you need to know about TV coverage, online coverage, streaming, featured groups, and eligible devices.

If you want to know more about this week's event, including details on the course, field and our tips to win, you can read our 2024 Masters Preview HERE.

TV Coverage and Timings

In the UK, The Masters will once again be broadcast on Sky Sports Golf, with live coverage to be shown every day during the week.

On Monday and Tuesday, the "On The Range" show will air from 5pm, available on the red button from 2pm the following day.

"Live from The Masters" will showcase live news, interviews and analysis from Augusta National at 7pm on Monday evening, and 2pm on Tuesday and Wednesday's practice days.

There will also be live coverage of the Par 3 Contest on Wednesday evening from 7pm, whilst a daily debate show will see Paul McGinley and Brandel Chamblee discussing all things Masters-related from 12.30pm from Tuesday-Thursday, and 11.30am for the rest of the week.

When the tournament gets underway, coverage will be available from 2pm which will show Featured Groups and Featured Holes, with the exclusive Amen Corner stream available on the red button, Sky Sports website and YouTube Channel free of charge for the first three days, and for the first two hours on Sunday.



1700-1900 - On the Range LIVE!

1900-2200 - Live from The Masters!


1400-2200 - Live from The Masters!

Red button - 1400-1600 On the Range


1400-1900 - Live from The Masters!

1900-2230 - Masters Par-3 tournament LIVE!

Red button - 1400-1600 On the Range


1400-1930 - Featured Groups LIVE!

1930-0030 - The Masters: Day one LIVE!

Red button (exact timings TBC) - 1415 Featured Groups, 1330 On the Range, 1345 Holes 4,5,6, 1545 Amen Corner, 1645 Holes 15,16


1400-1930 - Featured Groups LIVE!

1930-0030 - The Masters: Day two LIVE!

Red button (exact timings TBC) - 1415 Featured Groups, 1330 On the Range, 1345 Holes 4,5,6, 1545 Amen Corner, 1645 Holes 15,16


0900-1100 - Masters Breakfast LIVE!

1500-1930 - Live Masters build-up!

1930-0030 - The Masters: Day three LIVE!

Red button (exact timings TBC) - 1515 Featured Groups, 1530 Holes 4,5,6, 1600 On the Range, 1645 Amen Corner, 1830 Holes 15,16


0900-1100 - Masters Breakfast LIVE!

1500-1830 - Live Masters build-up!

1830-0030 - The Masters: Day four LIVE!

Red button (exact timings TBC) - 1515 Featured Groups, 1530 Holes 4,5,6, 1600 On the Range, 1645 Amen Corner, 1830 Holes 15,16

Online Coverage and Streaming

If you're unable to watch the tournament on TV, you can still follow all the action online. Sky Sports subscribers can watch live coverage on the Sky Go app or website. The app is available on iOS and Android devices, as well as laptops and PCs.

If you're not a Sky Sports subscriber, you can still watch the Masters online by purchasing a Now TV pass. This will give you access to all the Sky Sports channels, including Sky Sports Golf, for a limited time period. The Now TV pass is available on a variety of devices, including smart TVs, games consoles, and smartphones.

The Masters Official Website Coverage

In addition to the TV and online coverage provided by Sky Sports, The Masters Tournament official website will also be offering live coverage of the tournament. Fans can watch the live stream on the official Masters website, which will be featuring multiple live channels covering different parts of the course, interviews with players, highlights, and more.

They will also be able to use the My Group function by favouriting players, which will allow them to see live coverage of every shot they hit out on the course as it happens.

To access the live coverage on the official Masters website, fans will need to create a free account on the website and be logged in. The coverage is available to fans around the world, but it is subject to geographic restrictions.

Featured Groups

For fans who want to follow specific players or groups, Sky Sports will be showing featured groups coverage throughout the tournament. This coverage will focus on the top players in the field and will be available on the red button or via the Sky Sports app.

Thursday Featured Groups:

15:30 a.m. - Jon Rahm, Matt Fitzpatrick, Nick Dunlap 15:54 a.m. - Wyndham Clark, Viktor Hovland, Cameron Smith 6:24 p.m. - Tiger Woods, Jason Day, Max Homa 7:00 p.m. - Dustin Johnson, Collin Morikawa, Tommy Fleetwood

Eligible Devices

To watch the Masters on TV, you'll need a Sky Sports subscription and a compatible TV set-top box or TV with integrated Freeview. For online coverage, you'll need a compatible device with an internet connection, such as a smartphone, tablet, or laptop.

If you're a golf fan in the UK, you'll be able to follow all the action from the 2024 Masters on Sky Sports Golf. Live coverage will be available on TV, online, and through the Sky Go app, while featured groups coverage will also be available. The tournament promises to be another thrilling contest, and with so many ways to watch, there's no excuse to miss a moment of the action.

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