Free-to-air, Pay-TV and Streaming options in Australia for the 2016 Masters Tournament.
If you’re not excited by the prospects of another Australian victory at The Masters, then you should start now. The Masters Tournament tees off next week (Thursday April 7) and is the one major of the year that will be broadcast on free-to-air TV – with both 7Mate and FoxSports live broadcasting Augusta National.
In addition to Network 7 broadcasting on 7Mate, they will also be live streaming the event through their online TV site, PLUS7 Live.
FoxSports will dedicate their FoxSports 5 channel to The Masters with golf playing 24 hours a day during the tournament – live coverage, highlights, round replays and other Masters features.
The famous Masters par-3 tournament will be broadcast from 4:45am (AEST) on Thursday morning (7th April) with round 1 action beginning at 4:45am on Friday, April 8.
From the 7Mate press release:
Peter Donegan hosts 7mate’s LIVE coverage of The Masters. Australian major winner Ian Baker-Finch and Wayne Grady will preview all the action from Augusta at the start of each day’s play and ‘Whispering’ Pat Welsh will also be updating from the fairways of Augusta.
In addition to Seven’s expert team, there will be commentary from a string of the biggest names on golf via the host broadcaster CBS, including iconic host Jim Nantz, three-time winner Nick Faldo and Ian Baker-Finch, who will once again be commentating from Amen Corner on the 11th and 12th holes.
Australian TV Broadcast times – 7Mate, PLUS7 and FoxSports 5
Thursday April 7
Fri April 8 – Sun April 10
Mon April 11