How to live stream US Masters golf online in Australia
The last golf major of a year unlike any other is finally here and every round is broadcast live. Here's everything you need to know.
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Perhaps the most beloved of golf's four major tournaments, The Masters will have a very different look in 2020. Perennially held in March or April since its debut back in 1934, this year's event was pushed all the way back to November due to the coronavirus pandemic. Fans have had to wait incredibly patiently for another glimpse of the glorious Augusta National layout.
That also means the usual springtime pink, orange and yellow blooms that decorate the course will be replaced by the more muted colours of autumn (or "fall" if you're an American). Conditions will also be cooler, although officials expect the notoriously tricky greens to present the usual challenges for the world's best golfers.
One colour won't change for the 84th Masters and that is the famous green jacket handed out to the winner and claimed for a fifth time last year by Tiger Woods. The jacket, the Masters Trophy and the US$2.07 million first prize all await the winner in the 2020 tournament. This is how you can watch it live.
When is the 2020 Masters golf tournament?
Originally scheduled for April, this year's Masters is being held from 13–16 November AEDT at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia.
How to watch The Masters in Australia
Watch the Masters on 9Gem
One option for watching the golf is on free-to-air television, although the Nine Network won't be showing any of the action on its main channels. Instead the tournament will be on 9Gem, with coverage from 5am–9.30am AEDT for the opening 3 rounds, even if play extends beyond 9.30am. Subscription options Kayo and Foxtel have extended coverage of the first three days of play. 9Gem will then show full coverage of the final round from 2am–7am or whatever time the tournament ends.
Live stream The Masters on Kayo Sports
Another option for watching this historic event is through Kayo Sports. If you are a new customer, you can watch all 4 rounds and much more for free using this 14-day trial. Following the trial period, the Basic subscription and 2 simultaneous streams is $25 a month. There is a Premium option for $35 a month which has an additional stream.
What sets this popular platform apart are its impressive array of special features, some tailored specifically to this week's tournament. Foxtel and Kayo are using a special camera dedicated to the famous Amen Corner, which takes in holes 11, 12 and 13 at Augusta National. Thanks to SplitView, which is only on Kayo, you can watch Amen Corner, the main coverage and the Featured Groups option at the same time as SplitView lets you watch up to four screens at once.
Kayo also has four-hour highlight packages of some famous Masters tournaments. That includes each round of Adam Scott's incredible, drought-breaking victory in 2013 and Woods' comeback triumph last year. There are also preview shows and documentaries to get you in the mood for this year's event.
All up Kayo boasts more than 50 sports for you to enjoy and can be accessed via Android and iOS devices, Apple TV, Telstra TV, Android TV and Samsung TV (2017 or later), Sony Bravia TVs, Mac and PC as well as Chromecast or AirPlay. Complete details are in our extensive Kayo review.
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Watch The Masters on Foxtel Now
Another option for watching this year's tournament is Foxtel's digital streaming service, Foxtel Now. You have to subscribe to the Essentials pack in addition to the Sport pack which costs a total of $54 a month.
2020 US Masters tee times
|Starting from 1st Tee||Golfer|
|7.00am||Justin Harding (RSA), Shugo Imahira (JPN), Nick Taylor (CAN)|
|7.11am||Chez Reavie, Sebastian Munoz (COL), Byeong Hun An (KOR)|
|7.22am||Bubba Watson, Matthew Wolff, Tommy Fleetwood (ENG)|
|7.33am||Francesco Molinari (ITA), Billy Horschel, Cameron Smith (AUS)|
|7.44am||Bernhard Langer (GER), J.T. Poston, Christiaan Bezuidenhout (RSA)|
|7.55am||Fred Couples, Max Homa, Dylan Frittelli (RSA)|
|8.06am||Jose Maria Olazabal (ESP), Andrew Putnam, *James Sugrue (IRL)|
|11.05am||Sandy Lyle (SCO), Jimmy Walker, *Yuxin Lin (CHN)|
|11.16am||Webb Simpson, Marc Leishman (Australia), Hideki Matsuyama (Japan)|
|11.27am||Kevin Kisner, Adam Hadwin (CAN), Scottie Scheffler|
|11.38am||Jon Rahm (ESP), Bryson DeChambeau, Louis Oosthuizen (RSA)|
|11.49am||Patrick Reed, Paul Casey (ENG), Tony Finau|
|12.00pm||Tiger Woods, Shane Lowry (IRL), *Andy Ogletree|
|12.11pm||Jordan Spieth, Gary Woodland, Ian Poulter (ENG)|
|12.22pm||Graeme McDowell (NIR), Si Woo Kim (KOR), Nate Lashley|
|Starting from 10th Tee||N/A|
|7.00am||Sung Kang (KOR), Erik van Rooyen (RSA)|
|7.11am||Danny Willett (ENG), Rickie Fowler, *John Augenstein|
|7.22am||Phil Mickelson, Abraham Ancer (MEX), Bernd Wiesberger (AUT)|
|7.33am||Adam Scott (AUS), Collin Morikawa, Tyrrell Hatton (ENG)|
|7.44am||Justin Thomas, Matthew Fitzpatrick (ENG), Brooks Koepka|
|7.55am||Dustin Johnson, Patrick Cantlay, Rory McIlroy (NIR)|
|8.06am||Zach Johnson, Justin Rose (ENG), Cameron Champ|
|8.17am||Victor Perez (FRA), Sungjae Im (KOR), Brendon Todd|
|11.05am||Lucas Glover, Corey Conners (CAN), C.T. Pan (TPE)|
|11.16am||Brandt Snedeker, Charles Howell III, Jazz Janewattananond (Thailand)|
|11.27am||Larry Mize, Andrew Landry, *Lukas Michel (AUS)|
|11.38am||Matt Kuchar, Lee Westwood (ENG), Kevin Na|
|11.49am||Xander Schauffele, Jason Kokrak, Henrik Stenson (SWE)|
|12.00pm||Charl Schwartzel (RSA), Jason Day (AUS), *Abel Gallegos (ARG)|
|12.11pm||Vijay Singh (FIJ), Lanto Griffin, Tyler Duncan|
|12.22pm||Mike Weir (CAN), Rafael Cabrera Bello (ESP), Matt Wallace (ENG)|
Who is competing in the 2020 Masters?
As always, this year's Masters will have a stacked field, headlined by five-time champion Woods, the world's top-ranked golfer Dustin Johnson and Australia's former winner, Adam Scott. The Queenslander recovered from a bout of COVID-19 to finish tied-32nd at last week's Houston Open.
In a season when the British Open was cancelled altogether due to the pandemic, the winners of the two majors that were held this year, Bryson DeChambeau (US Open) and Collin Morikawa (PGA Championship), are also teeing it up this week.
Jason Day, who has three top-five finishes at The Masters, Marc Leishman, Cameron Smith and amateur Lukas Michel round out a small Australian contingent. There are also a host of former champions taking part, including Patrick Reed, Zach Johnson, Phil Mickelson and Fred Couples.
Previous winners of The Masters (total wins in brackets)
|2019||Tiger Woods (5)||United States||−13||Dustin Johnson, Xander Schauffele and Brooks Koepka|
|2018||Patrick Reed||United States||−15||Rickie Fowler|
|2017||Sergio García||Spain||−9||Justin Rose|
|2016||Danny Willett||England||−5||Jordan Spieth and Lee Westwood|
|2015||Jordan Spieth||United States||−18||Phil Mickelson and Justin Rose|
|2014||Bubba Watson (2)||United States||−8||Jonas Blixt and Jordan Spieth|
|2013||Adam Scott||Australia||−9||Ángel Cabrera|
|2012||Bubba Watson||United States||−10||Louis Oosthuizen|
|2011||Charl Schwartzel||South Africa||−14||Jason Day and Adam Scott|
|2010||Phil Mickelson (3)||United States||−16||Lee Westwood|
|2009||Ángel Cabrera||Argentina||−12||Kenny Perry and Chad Campbell|
|2008||Trevor Immelman||South Africa||−8||Tiger Woods|
|2007||Zach Johnson||United States||1||Retief Goosen, Rory Sabbatini and Tiger Woods|
|2006||Phil Mickelson (2)||United States||−7||Tim Clark|
|2005||Tiger Woods (4)||United States||−12||Chris DiMarco|
|2004||Phil Mickelson||United States||−9||Ernie Els|
|2003||Mike Weir||Canada||−7||Len Mattiace|
|2002||Tiger Woods (3)||United States||−12||Retief Goosen|
|2001||Tiger Woods (2)||United States||−16||David Duval|
|2000||Vijay Singh||Fiji||−10||Ernie Els|
|1999||José María Olazábal (2)||Spain||−8||Davis Love III|
|1998||Mark O'Meara||United States||−9||Fred Couples and David Duval|
|1997||Tiger Woods||United States||−18||Tom Kite|
|1996||Nick Faldo (3)||England||−12||Greg Norman|
|1995||Ben Crenshaw (2)||United States||−14||Davis Love III|
|1994||José María Olazábal||Spain||−9||Tom Lehman|
|1993||Bernhard Langer (2)||Germany||−11||Chip Beck|
|1992||Fred Couples||United States||−13||Raymond Floyd|
|1991||Ian Woosnam||Wales||−11||Spain José María Olazábal|
|1990||Nick Faldo (2)||England||−10||Raymond Floyd|
|1989||Nick Faldo||England||−5||Scott Hoch|
|1988||Sandy Lyle||Scotland||−7||Mark Calcavecchia|
|1987||Larry Mize||United States||−3||Spain Seve Ballesteros and Greg Norman|
|1986||Jack Nicklaus (6)||United States||−9||Tom Kite and Greg Norman|
|1985||Bernhard Langer||West Germany||−6||Spain Seve Ballesteros, Raymond Floyd and Curtis Strange|
|1984||Ben Crenshaw||United States||−11||Tom Watson|
|1983||Seve Ballesteros (2)||Spain||−8||Ben Crenshaw and Tom Kite|
|1982||Craig Stadler||United States||−4||Dan Pohl|
|1981||Tom Watson (2)||United States||−8||Johnny Miller and Jack Nicklaus|
|1980||Seve Ballesteros||Spain||−13||Gibby Gilbert and Jack Newton|
|1979||Fuzzy Zoeller||United States||−8||Ed Sneed and Tom Watson|
|1978||Gary Player (3)||South Africa||−11||Rod Funseth, Tom Watson and Hubert Green|
|1977||Tom Watson||United States||−12||Jack Nicklaus|
|1976||Raymond Floyd||United States||−17||Ben Crenshaw|
|1975||Jack Nicklaus (5)||United States||−12||Johnny Miller and Tom Weiskopf|
|1974||Gary Player (2)||South Africa||−10||Dave Stockton and Tom Weiskopf|
|1973||Tommy Aaron||United States||−5||J. C. Snead|
|1972||Jack Nicklaus (4)||United States||−2||Bruce Crampton, Bobby Mitchell and Tom Weiskopf|
|1971||Charles Coody||United States||−9||Johnny Miller and Jack Nicklaus|
|1970||Billy Casper||United States||−9||Gene Littler|
|1969||George Archer||United States||−7||Billy Casper, George Knudson and Tom Weiskopf|
|1968||Bob Goalby||United States||−11||Roberto De Vicenzo|
|1967||Gay Brewer||United States||−8||Bobby Nichols|
|1966||Jack Nicklaus (3)||United States||E||Tommy Jacobs and Gay Brewer|
|1965||Jack Nicklaus (2)||United States||−17||Arnold Palmer and Gary Player|
|1964||Arnold Palmer (4)||United States||−12||Dave Marr and Jack Nicklaus|
|1963||Jack Nicklaus||United States||−2||Tony Lema|
|1962||Arnold Palmer (3)||United States||−8||Gary Player and Dow Finsterwald|
|1961||Gary Player||South Africa||−8||Charles Coe and Arnold Palmer|
|1960||Arnold Palmer (2)||United States||−6||Ken Venturi|
|1959||Art Wall, Jr.||United States||−4||Cary Middlecoff|
|1958||Arnold Palmer||United States||−4||Doug Ford and Fred Hawkins|
|1957||Doug Ford||United States||−5||Sam Snead|
|1956||Jack Burke, Jr.||United States||1||Ken Venturi (a)|
|1955||Cary Middlecoff||United States||−9||Ben Hogan|
|1954||Sam Snead (3)||United States||1||Ben Hogan|
|1953||Ben Hogan (2)||United States||−14||Ed Oliver|
|1952||Sam Snead (2)||United States||−2||Jack Burke, Jr.|
|1951||Ben Hogan||United States||−8||Skee Riegel|
|1950||Jimmy Demaret (3)||United States||−5||Jim Ferrier|
|1949||Sam Snead||United States||−6||Johnny Bulla and Lloyd Mangrum|
|1948||Claude Harmon||United States||−9||Cary Middlecoff|
|1947||Jimmy Demaret (2)||United States||−7||Byron Nelson|
|1946||Herman Keiser||United States||−6||Ben Hogan|
|1942||Byron Nelson (2)||United States||−8||Ben Hogan|
|1941||Craig Wood||United States||−8||Byron Nelson|
|1940||Jimmy Demaret||United States||−8||Lloyd Mangrum|
|1939||Ralph Guldahl||United States||−9||Sam Snead|
|1938||Henry Picard||United States||−3||Harry Cooper and Ralph Guldahl|
|1937||Byron Nelson||United States||−5||Ralph Guldahl|
|1936||Horton Smith (2)||United States||−3||Harry Cooper|
|1935||Gene Sarazen||United States||−6||Craig Wood|
|1934||Horton Smith||United States||−4||Craig Wood|
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