How to live stream US Masters golf online in Australia and tee times
The first golf major of 2021 is here, back in its traditional time slot. Here's everything you need to know.
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Perhaps the most beloved of golf's four major tournaments, The Masters is back to its customary spot in the calendar after the coronavirus pushed it back to November last year.
The usual springtime pink, orange and yellow blooms will be back decorating Augusta National Golf Club. One colour that won't change for the 85th Masters is the famous green jacket handed out to the winner. Dustin Johnson is the defending champion after his impressive five-shot victory in November.
Tiger Woods, who famously won his fifth green jacket in 2019, will be absent as he continues his recovery from a serious car accident. Still, the jacket, the Masters Trophy and the US$2.07 million first prize all await the winner. This is how you can watch it live.
When is the 2021 Masters golf tournament?
This year's Masters is being held from 9-12 April AEST 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 AEST 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 2019 triumph. 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.
2021 US Masters tee times
|ROUND 1 TEE TIMES||Golfer|
|9:45 PM||Lee Elder (Honorary Starter),Gary Player (Honorary Starter),Jack Nicklaus (Honorary Starter)|
|10:00 PM||Michael Thompson,Hudson Swafford|
|10:12 PM||Sandy Lyle (Scotland),Matt Jones (Australia),Dylan Frittelli (S. Africa)|
|10:24 PM||Ian Woosnam (Wales),Jim Herman,Stewart Cink|
|10:36 PM||Sebastian Munoz (Colombia),Henrik Stenson (Sweden),Robert Streb|
|10:48 PM||Bernhard Langer (Germany),Will Zalatoris,*Joe Long (England)|
|11:00 PM||Brian Harman,Ian Poulter (England),Brendon Todd|
|11:12 PM||Charl Schwartzel (S. Africa),Si Woo Kim (Korea),Corey Conners (Canada)|
|11:24 PM||Danny Willett (England),Joaquin Niemann (Chile),Kevin Kisner|
|11:36 PM||Jason Day (Australia),Matthew Wolff,Cameron Champ|
|11:48 PM||Hideki Matsuyama (Japan),Harris English,Abraham Ancer (Mexico)|
|12:06 AM||Bubba Watson,Brooks Koepka,Viktor Hovland (Norway)|
|12:18 AM||Sergio Garcia (Spain),Webb Simpson,Christiaan Bezuidenhout (S. Africa)|
|12:30 AM||Dustin Johnson,Lee Westwood (England),*Tyler Strafaci|
|12:42 AM||Xander Schauffele,Jon Rahm (Spain),Rory Mcllroy (Northern Ireland)|
|12:54 AM||Patrick Reed,Daniel Berger,Paul Casey (England)|
|1:06 AM||Vijay Singh (Fiji),Martin Laird (Scotland),|
|1:18 AM||Larry Mize,Jimmy Walker,Brian Gay|
|1:30 AM||Carlos Ortiz (Mexico),Mackenzie Hughes (Canada),Bernd Wiesberger (Austria)|
|1:42 AM||Mike Weir (Canada),C. T. Pan (Chinese Taipei),Robert MacIntyre (Scotland)|
|1:54 AM||Jose Maria Olazabal (Spain),Matt Wallace (England),Lanto Griffin|
|2:12 AM||Victor Perez (France),Jason Kokrak,Marc Leishman (Australia)|
|2:24 AM||Fred Couples,Francesco Molinari (Italy),*Charles Osborne|
|2:36 AM||Zach Johnson,Kevin Na,Gary Woodland|
|2:48 AM||Shane Lowry (Ireland),Justin Rose (England),Matt Kuchar|
|3:00 AM||Billy Horschel,Tyrrell Hatton (England),Ryan Palmer|
|3:12 AM||Phil Mickelson,Tommy Fleetwood (England),Scottie Scheffler|
|3:24 AM||Patrick Cantlay,Sungjae Im (Korea),Matt Fitzpatrick (England)|
|3:36 AM||Adam Scott (Australia),Bryson DeChambeau,Max Homa|
|3:48 AM||Tony Finau,Louis Oosthuizen (S. Africa),Justin Thomas|
|4:00 AM||Jordan Spieth,Cameron Smith (Australia),Collin Morikawa|
|ROUND 2 TEE TIMES||Golfer|
|10:00 PM||Vijay Singh (Fiji),Martin Laird (Scotland)|
|10:12 PM||Larry Mize,Jimmy Walker,Brian Gay|
|10:25 PM||Carlos Ortiz (Mexico),Mackenzie Hughes (Canada),Bernd Wiesberger (Austria)|
|10:36 PM||Mike Weir (Canada),C. T. Pan (Chinese Taipei),Robert MacIntyre (Scotland)|
|10:48 PM||Jose Maria Olazabal (Spain),Matt Wallace (England),Lanto Griffin|
|11:00 PM||Victor Perez (France),Jason Kokrak,Marc Leishman (Australia)|
|11:12 PM||Fred Couples,Francesco Molinari (Italy),*Charles Osborne|
|11:24 PM||Zach Johnson,Kevin Na,Gary Woodland|
|11:36 PM||Shane Lowry (Ireland),Justin Rose (England),Matt Kuchar|
|11:48 PM||Billy Horschel,Tyrrell Hatton (England),Ryan Palmer|
|12:06 AM||Phil Mickelson,Tommy Fleetwood (England),Scottie Scheffler|
|12:18 AM||Patrick Cantlay,Sungjae Im (Korea),Matt Fitzpatrick (England)|
|12:30 AM||Adam Scott (Australia),Bryson DeChambeau,Max Homa|
|12:42 AM||Tony Finau,Louis Oosthuizen (S. Africa),Justin Thomas|
|12:54 AM||Jordan Spieth,Cameron Smith (Australia),Collin Morikawa|
|1:06 AM||Michael Thompson,Hudson Swafford,|
|1:18 AM||Sandy Lyle (Scotland),Matt Jones (Australia),Dylan Frittelli (S. Africa)|
|1:30 AM||Ian Woosnam (Wales),Jim Herman,Stewart Cink|
|1:42 AM||Sebastian Munoz (Colombia),Henrik Stenson (Sweden),Robert Streb|
|1:54 AM||Bernhard Langer (Germany),Will Zalatoris,*Joe Long (England)|
|2:12 AM||Brian Harman,Ian Poulter (England),Brendon Todd|
|2:24 AM||Charl Schwartzel (S. Africa),Si Woo Kim (Korea),Corey Conners (Canada)|
|2:36 AM||Danny Willett (England),Joaquin Niemann (Chile),Kevin Kisner|
|2:48 AM||Jason Day (Australia),Matthew Wolff,Cameron Champ|
|3:00 AM||Hideki Matsuyama (Japan),Harris English,Abraham Ancer (Mexico)|
|3:12 AM||Bubba Watson,Brooks Koepka,Viktor Hovland (Norway)|
|3:24 AM||Sergio Garcia (Spain),Webb Simpson,Christiaan Bezuidenhout (S. Africa)|
|3:36 AM||Dustin Johnson,Lee Westwood (England),*Tyler Strafaci|
|3:48 AM||Xander Schauffele,Jon Rahm (Spain),Rory Mcllroy (Northern Ireland)|
|4:00 AM||Patrick Reed,Daniel Berger,Paul Casey (England)|
Who is competing in the 2021 Masters?
As always, this year's Masters will have a stacked field, headlined by defending champion and the world's top-ranked golfer Dustin Johnson. Former world No.1 Jordan Spieth could be among the contenders after returning to the winner's circle last week. Australia's former Masters winner Adam Scott is also in the field.
Two players that took out major tournaments in 2020, 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 Matt Jones round out the 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)
|2020||Dustin Johnson||United States||−20||Im Sung-jae, Cameron Smith|
|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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