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Watch The Masters live stream replay of Tiger Woods epic win

The first golf major of the year kicks off on 12 April in Australia and every single round is broadcast live. Here's everything you need to know.


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BREAKING: The Masters has been postponed due to coronavirus.

Established on 22 March 1934, The Masters Tournament – sometimes known as the US Masters – is one of the most prestigious events in world golf. With a whopping US$11,000,000 in prize money up for grabs, it lures the best talent from around the world, and also plays a role in deciding the PGA Tour, European Tour and Japan Golf Tour.

The course itself offers 6,835m of challenging terrain to navigate with its 72 par score a tough ask for all but the very best. Tiger Woods (1997) and Jordan Speith (2015) share the tournament record of shooting 270: an impressive 18 under across the four days of competition.

The 2019 Masters Tournament begins on 11 April 2019 local time, which is early on the morning of 12 April here in Australia. We have a detailed breakdown of each round's start time across the country below. But first you need to know where to watch The Masters live. We have a detailed breakdown of all of your viewing options on our hub page, notably a comparison between Foxtel and Kayo Sports.

In this article, we're going to focus in on the unique viewing experience offered by Kayo Sports. A full The Masters replay, as well as highlights packages and talks hows, are available on Kayo Sports.

How to watch The Masters for free on Kayo Sports

You may not have heard of Kayo Sports before, but it's something of a sports fan's paradise. This brand new live sports streaming service launched late in 2018 with a competitive, if not irresistible, offering.

Kayo Sports takes the 13 best sport channels found in Foxtel's premium Sports Pack and places them – and all their content – in a singular standalone app. Without the set-top box and the additional non-sporting channels, Kayo Sports is able to offer this content for the much more accessible rate of $25 per month (for two simultaneous streams).

While the number of available devices is growing, already you can log in and live stream the best golf tournaments from around the world (and some 50 other sports) with ease. It can be used in browsers on PC and Mac, through an app on iOS and Android devices, or on your TV via Apple TV, Android TV, Telstra TV or ChromeCast.

Other than its price and modern user-interface, which does an excellent job of highlighting live sport as it is happening, there are also some amazing sports-specific viewing features that cannot be found anywhere else. This includes SplitView (where you can watch four channels at once), picture-in-picture mode, hide scores, key moments, RaceView and more. We detail each of these in our extensive Kayo review.

Thankfully, Kayo Sports has an easy to sign up and cancel free trial period of 14-days. Assuming you have not signed up previously, you can therefore watch the masters live for free by accessing this trial before 12 April. There are other tournaments you will get within that 14-day window too, which you can discover through our global golf calendar.

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Unique Kayo Sports The Masters live stream experience

Best of all, Kayo Sports has an added bonus for golf fans wanting to watch the masters live. Kayo will broadcast four different cameras simultaneously, which through the use of SplitView, you can watch at the same time. You will be able to access:

  1. The usual Masters broadcast.
  2. A Featured Groups camera focusing on particular players.
  3. The Amen Corner, a camera fixed on the most notorious stretch of the Augusta course.
  4. Another camera focused on the important 15 & 16.

Elsewhere, each day's play will be preceded by the On the Range show (practice footage, commentary, analysis and interviews), plus there are a host of historical Masters tournaments and documentaries to dive into.

Can you watch The Masters on free-to-air Channel 9?

The short answer to this question is "yes, but it's complicated." The digital channel 9Gem will air for free each round of The Masters, not Channel 9 itself. Plus, while it will show the full round up to the end of the day (approximately 9am to 9.30am), the coverage then stops. Kayo Sports and Foxtel offer a further two hours of post-round coverage. In addition, there is no Masters live stream available through the Channel 9 app and you obviously don't get the beneficial viewing features offered by Kayo Sports.

So, if you're simply keen to catch a few holes while you get ready for the day ahead, then 9Gem may very well suffice. If you are looking to get some serious viewing time in with The Masters, then the full day's coverage and enhanced features of Kayo Sports are very much worth the effort of the free trial, if not signing up long-term for the other golf tournaments as well.

The Masters TV Schedule in Australia

Here are the times you need to stay on top of to ensure you never miss a moment.

EventEast CoastPerthDarwin and AdelaideNew Zealand
Round Start Time5:003:004:307:00

Masters 2019 Final Leaderboard

Here are all the scores and the full leaderboard after the completion The Masters 2019.

1Tiger Woods-1370686770275
T2Dustin Johnson-1268707068276
T2Xander Schauffele-1273657068276
T2Brooks Koepka-1266716970276
T5Jason Day-1170677367277
T5Webb Simpson-1172716470277
T5Francesco Molinari-1170676674277
T5Tony Finau-1171706472277
T9Jon Rahm-1069707168278
T9Patrick Cantlay-1073736468278
T9Rickie Fowler-1070716869278
T12Bubba Watson-872726769280
T12Justin Thomas-873686970280
T12Matt Kuchar-871696872280
T12Justin Harding-869697072280
T12Ian Poulter-868716873280
17Aaron Wise-775716867281
T18Patton Kizzire-670707369282
T18Phil Mickelson-667737072282
T18Adam Scott-669687273282
T21Rory McIlroy-573717168283
T21Kevin Kisner-569737269283
T21Kyle Stanley-572727069283
T21Si Woo Kim-572727069283
T21Matthew Fitzpatrick-578676870283
T21Jordan Spieth-575686971283
T21Lucas Bjerregaard-570726972283
T21Thorbjorn Olesen-571716873283
T29Bryson DeChambeau-466757370284
T29Charley Hoffman-471717270284
T29Louis Oosthuizen-471667176284
T32Hideki Matsuyama-375706872285
T32Gary Woodland-370717470285
T32Viktor Hovland-372717171285
T32Charles Howell III-373677669285
T36Rafa Cabrera-Bello-273707568286
T36Patrick Reed-273707469286
T36Alvaro Ortiz-273717369286
T36Jimmy Walker-272727270286
T36Kevin Tway-272717073286
T36Henrik Stenson-274726773286
T36Tommy Fleetwood-271717074286
T43Haotong Li-172747368287
T43Keith Mitchell-172747269287
T43Keegan Bradley-176687172287
T46Andrew LandryE72737370288
T46Kevin NaE71737371288
T46Corey ConnersE70717176288
T49Marc Leishman172727075289
T49Kiradech Aphibarnrat169727573289
T51Trevor Immelman274727569290
T51Martin Kaymer273747271290
T51Eddie Pepperell274737271290
T51Cameron Smith270746977290
55Devon Bling374737173291
T56Billy Horschel472757471292
T56Tyrrell Hatton473737274292
T58Zach Johnson574737373293
T58Branden Grace572757274293
T58Takumi Kanaya573746878293
61Satoshi Kodaira675707376294
T62Alex Noren875727574296
T62Emiliano Grillo872757376296
T62Bernhard Langer871727578296
T62J.B. Holmes870727480296
CUTSandy Lyle47375TBCTBC148
CUTStewart Cink47672TBCTBC148
CUTJustin Rose47573TBCTBC148
CUTMike Weir47276TBCTBC148
CUTKevin O'Connell47771TBCTBC148
CUTDanny Willett47573TBCTBC148
CUTSergio Garcia47375TBCTBC148
CUTAdam Long57574TBCTBC149
CUTBrandt Snedeker57574TBCTBC149
CUTFred Couples57871TBCTBC149
CUTCharl Schwartzel57772TBCTBC149
CUTShugo Imahira67674TBCTBC150
CUTLarry Mize77774TBCTBC151
CUTShane Lowry77873TBCTBC151
CUTMatt Wallace87577TBCTBC152
CUTJovan Rebula87379TBCTBC152
CUTMichael Kim107678TBCTBC154
CUTPaul Casey108173TBCTBC154
CUTVijay Singh128076TBCTBC156
CUTIan Woosnam128076TBCTBC156
CUTJose Maria Olazabal137879TBCTBC157
CUTAngel Cabrera138275TBCTBC157

Who won The Masters golf?

Here is a list of every winner of The Masters in its long history. Note that the number in brackets refers to the number of times that golfer has been champion.

YearWinnerCountryTo parRunner(s)-up
2019Tiger WoodsUnited Statesβˆ’13Dustin Johnson, Xander Schauffele and Brooks Koepka
2018Patrick ReedUnited Statesβˆ’15Rickie Fowler
2017Sergio GarcΓ­aSpainβˆ’9Justin Rose
2016Danny WillettEnglandβˆ’5Jordan Spieth and Lee Westwood
2015Jordan SpiethUnited Statesβˆ’18Phil Mickelson and Justin Rose
2014Bubba Watson (2)United Statesβˆ’8Jonas Blixt and Jordan Spieth
2013Adam ScottAustraliaβˆ’9Ángel Cabrera
2012Bubba WatsonUnited Statesβˆ’10Louis Oosthuizen
2011Charl SchwartzelSouth Africaβˆ’14Jason Day and Adam Scott
2010Phil Mickelson (3)United Statesβˆ’16Lee Westwood
2009Ángel CabreraArgentinaβˆ’12Kenny Perry and Chad Campbell
2008Trevor ImmelmanSouth Africaβˆ’8Tiger Woods
2007Zach JohnsonUnited States1Retief Goosen, Rory Sabbatini and Tiger Woods
2006Phil Mickelson (2)United Statesβˆ’7Tim Clark
2005Tiger Woods (4)United Statesβˆ’12Chris DiMarco
2004Phil MickelsonUnited Statesβˆ’9Ernie Els
2003Mike WeirCanadaβˆ’7Len Mattiace
2002Tiger Woods (3)United Statesβˆ’12Retief Goosen
2001Tiger Woods (2)United Statesβˆ’16David Duval
2000Vijay SinghFijiβˆ’10Ernie Els
1999JosΓ© MarΓ­a OlazΓ‘bal (2)Spainβˆ’8Davis Love III
1998Mark O'MearaUnited Statesβˆ’9Fred Couples and David Duval
1997Tiger WoodsUnited Statesβˆ’18Tom Kite
1996Nick Faldo (3)Englandβˆ’12Greg Norman
1995Ben Crenshaw (2)United Statesβˆ’14Davis Love III
1994JosΓ© MarΓ­a OlazΓ‘balSpainβˆ’9Tom Lehman
1993Bernhard Langer (2)Germanyβˆ’11Chip Beck
1992Fred CouplesUnited Statesβˆ’13Raymond Floyd
1991Ian WoosnamWalesβˆ’11Spain JosΓ© MarΓ­a OlazΓ‘bal
1990Nick Faldo (2)Englandβˆ’10Raymond Floyd
1989Nick FaldoEnglandβˆ’5Scott Hoch
1988Sandy LyleScotlandβˆ’7Mark Calcavecchia
1987Larry MizeUnited Statesβˆ’3Spain Seve Ballesteros and Greg Norman
1986Jack Nicklaus (6)United Statesβˆ’9Tom Kite and Greg Norman
1985Bernhard LangerWest Germanyβˆ’6Spain Seve Ballesteros, Raymond Floyd and Curtis Strange
1984Ben CrenshawUnited Statesβˆ’11Tom Watson
1983Seve Ballesteros (2)Spainβˆ’8Ben Crenshaw and Tom Kite
1982Craig StadlerUnited Statesβˆ’4Dan Pohl
1981Tom Watson (2)United Statesβˆ’8Johnny Miller and Jack Nicklaus
1980Seve BallesterosSpainβˆ’13Gibby Gilbert and Jack Newton
1979Fuzzy ZoellerUnited Statesβˆ’8Ed Sneed and Tom Watson
1978Gary Player (3)South Africaβˆ’11Rod Funseth, Tom Watson and Hubert Green
1977Tom WatsonUnited Statesβˆ’12Jack Nicklaus
1976Raymond FloydUnited Statesβˆ’17Ben Crenshaw
1975Jack Nicklaus (5)United Statesβˆ’12Johnny Miller and Tom Weiskopf
1974Gary Player (2)South Africaβˆ’10Dave Stockton and Tom Weiskopf
1973Tommy AaronUnited Statesβˆ’5J. C. Snead
1972Jack Nicklaus (4)United Statesβˆ’2Bruce Crampton, Bobby Mitchell and Tom Weiskopf
1971Charles CoodyUnited Statesβˆ’9Johnny Miller and Jack Nicklaus
1970Billy CasperUnited Statesβˆ’9Gene Littler
1969George ArcherUnited Statesβˆ’7Billy Casper, George Knudson and Tom Weiskopf
1968Bob GoalbyUnited Statesβˆ’11Roberto De Vicenzo
1967Gay BrewerUnited Statesβˆ’8Bobby Nichols
1966Jack Nicklaus (3)United StatesETommy Jacobs and Gay Brewer
1965Jack Nicklaus (2)United Statesβˆ’17Arnold Palmer and Gary Player
1964Arnold Palmer (4)United Statesβˆ’12Dave Marr and Jack Nicklaus
1963Jack NicklausUnited Statesβˆ’2Tony Lema
1962Arnold Palmer (3)United Statesβˆ’8Gary Player and Dow Finsterwald
1961Gary PlayerSouth Africaβˆ’8Charles Coe and Arnold Palmer
1960Arnold Palmer (2)United Statesβˆ’6Ken Venturi
1959Art Wall, Jr.United Statesβˆ’4Cary Middlecoff
1958Arnold PalmerUnited Statesβˆ’4Doug Ford and Fred Hawkins
1957Doug FordUnited Statesβˆ’5Sam Snead
1956Jack Burke, Jr.United States1Ken Venturi (a)
1955Cary MiddlecoffUnited Statesβˆ’9Ben Hogan
1954Sam Snead (3)United States1Ben Hogan
1953Ben Hogan (2)United Statesβˆ’14Ed Oliver
1952Sam Snead (2)United Statesβˆ’2Jack Burke, Jr.
1951Ben HoganUnited Statesβˆ’8Skee Riegel
1950Jimmy Demaret (3)United Statesβˆ’5Jim Ferrier
1949Sam SneadUnited Statesβˆ’6Johnny Bulla and Lloyd Mangrum
1948Claude HarmonUnited Statesβˆ’9Cary Middlecoff
1947Jimmy Demaret (2)United Statesβˆ’7Byron Nelson
1946Herman KeiserUnited Statesβˆ’6Ben Hogan
1942Byron Nelson (2)United Statesβˆ’8Ben Hogan
1941Craig WoodUnited Statesβˆ’8Byron Nelson
1940Jimmy DemaretUnited Statesβˆ’8Lloyd Mangrum
1939Ralph GuldahlUnited Statesβˆ’9Sam Snead
1938Henry PicardUnited Statesβˆ’3Harry Cooper and Ralph Guldahl
1937Byron NelsonUnited Statesβˆ’5Ralph Guldahl
1936Horton Smith (2)United Statesβˆ’3Harry Cooper
1935Gene SarazenUnited Statesβˆ’6Craig Wood
1934Horton SmithUnited Statesβˆ’4Craig Wood

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    Testok5189April 9, 2019

    Last year, The Masters was on channel 9 HD. Are they still on 9HD or is it only on Kayo?

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      JeniApril 10, 2019Staff

      Hi Testok5189,

      Thank you for getting in touch with Finder.

      You may still watch The Masters on Channel Nine as well as on FoxSports. However, Channel Nine only shows the opening half of each round (from 6am to 9am) and only on the digital 9Gem channel. So you can watch half The Masters each day.

      I hope this helps.

      Thank you and have a wonderful day!


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