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How to Follow The Masters on TV & Radio

By: Golfshake Editor | Mon 05 Apr 2021 | Comments


Eyes will be on the 88 players competing in the 2021 Masters, restored to its traditional April date. Sky Sports have exclusive live coverage all week, not to mention a vast range of features and old films, setting the scene for this year's tournament, but there are ways for you to stay informed, even without a Sky subscription, whether that be on the BBC or online.

If you're not able to see the event live, we'd recommend keeping an eye on the Official Masters Website, where you'll be able to track each shot played by every player in the field, with video footage posted near to real-time.

Sky Sports Golf

Monday, April 6

Sky Sports Golf, 5pm, Live from the Range

Sky Sports Golf, 7pm, Live from The Masters

Tuesday, April 7

Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Golf, 2pm, Live from The Masters

Wednesday, April 8

Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Golf, 2pm, Live from the Range

Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Golf, 4pm, Live from The Masters

Thursday, April 9

Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Golf 2pm, first round

Friday, April 10

Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Golf 2pm, second round

Saturday, April 11

Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Golf 8pm, third round

Sunday, April 12

Sky Sports Main Event 7pm, Sky Sports Golf 6pm, final round

The Masters

BBC TV & Radio

Sadly, there is no live TV coverage on the BBC, but highlights will be made available in the wee small hours after the completion of each round, hosted by Eilidh Barbour, with commentary from Andrew Cotter, Ken Brown, Iona Stephen, Mark James and Iain Carter.

Wednesday, April 8

BBC Two, 3:15pm, The Masters 2020 Review

Friday, April 10

BBC Two, 12:30am, first round highlights, repeated at 3:15pm

Saturday, April 11

BBC Two, 12:50am, second round highlights, repeated at 10:30am

Sunday, April 12

BBC Two, 12:05am, third round highlights, repeated at 11:30am

Monday, April 13

BBC Two, 12:00am, final round highlights, repeated at 2:30pm

Additionally, the BBC's renowned radio coverage will begin at 9pm on Thursday on Radio 5 live sports extra.


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