The 2017 Masters – Live TV Coverage & Highlights on Sky Sports & BBC

The 2017 Masters – Live TV Coverage & Highlights on Sky Sports & BBC
Updated on Wednesday 5 April 2017 by @TVNewsroom

The first golf major of the year takes place this week with live coverage on the BBC and Sky Sports.

The 2017 Masters – held from 6-9th April – will be the 81st edition of the Masters Tournament, and comes from the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia.

Holder Jordan Spieth of America held the lead going into the final day in 2016, but England’s Danny Willett came back from five shots down at the start of the final day last year, carding an impressive five-under-par 67 to win his maiden Major.

Spieth eventually finished in second place alongside Willett’s compatriot Lee Westwood on a day that was also notable for Shane Lowry, Davis Love III, and Louis Oosthuizen all making hole-in-ones on the 16th.

All four days of the 2017 tournament will be shown live on Sky Sports TV, where 2018 Ryder Cup captain Thomas Bjorn and three-time Major winner Padraig Harrington will part of the Sky team which also includes 2014 Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley and Butch Harmon.

Non Sky Sports subscribers can catch all of the action with a NOW TV Sky Sports Day Pass for just £6.99, or see all of the Masters for just £9.99.

The BBC will show highlights of the first two days and live coverage on the final two rounds on Saturday and Sunday.

This will be Hazel Irvine‘s final time presenting a golf tournament on the BBC as she leaves to focus on her family and other projects within the BBC. She’ll be joined throughout the weekend by Peter Alliss, Ken Brown, Paul Azinger and Andrew Cotter.

Wednesday 5 April
Live Masters: On The Range – 2.00pm – Sky Sports 4
Live Masters Par 3 Contest – 7.00pm – Sky Sports 4

Thursday 6 April
Live Featured Groups, Amen Corner, Holes 15 & 16 – 2.15pm – Sky Sports 4 (red button) and online
Live Masters Day 1 – 7.00pm – Sky Sports 1 and 4

Friday 7 April
Live Masters Breakfast – 9.00am – Sky Sports 4
Live Featured Groups, Amen Corner, Holes 15 & 16 – 2.15pm – Sky Sports 4 (red button) and online
Live Masters Day 2 – 7.00pm – Sky Sports 1 and 4
Highlights Masters Day 1 – 7.00pm – BBC Two

Saturday 8 April
Live Masters Breakfast – 9.00am – Sky Sports 4
Highlights Masters Day 2 – 1.00pm – BBC Two
Live Featured Groups 3.15pm – Sky Sports 4 (red button) and online
Live Masters Day 3 – 7.00pm – Sky Sports 1 and 4
Live Masters Day 3 – 7.30pm – BBC Two

Sunday 9 April
Live Masters Breakfast – 9.00am – Sky Sports 4
Live Featured Groups – 3.15pm – Sky Sports 4 (red button) and online
Live Masters Day 4 – 6.00pm – Sky Sports 1 and 4
Live Masters Day 4 – 6.30pm – BBC Two

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