2023 MASTERS GOLF: Australian TV and streaming times

The free-to-air, pay-TV and streaming options in Australia for the 2023 Masters Tournament.

The excitement surrounding the 2023 Masters is palpable.

It’s not just the first major golf championship of the year but the first time the rebellious LIV Golf guys will join the rest of the best golfers in the world in a golf tournament for quite some time. Rory McIlroy, Scottie Scheffler, and Tiger Woods will be there, but so will Cameron Smith, Phil Mickelson, and fan favourite, Patrick Reed,

Six Australians have been invited to play; Adam Scott, Marc Leishman, Lucas Herbert, Cameron Davis, Min Woo Lee will join Cameron Smith in the field at Augusta.

If you’re looking to catch the action, there are several options for watching the Masters.

The tournament will be broadcast on Channel Nine, Kayo and FoxSports, with coverage starting on Thursday, April 6th and running through to early Monday morning, April 10th. You can also stream the event on the Masters’ website.

These are the official broadcast times but the FoxSports and the official app will be broadcasting featured groups, featured holes, live from the range etc from much earlier each day. “Live from the Masters” begins on FixSports at 8:30pm this Thursday.

Australian TV Broadcast times – 9GEM, 9Now, Foxtel Go, Kayo Sports and FoxSports

Round 1, 2 & 3
Fri, Sat and Sun
Melbourne 5:00am
Sydney 5:00am
Brisbane 5:00am
Adelaide 4.30am
Perth 3:00am
Round 4
Melbourne 4:00am
Sydney 4:00am
Brisbane 4:00am
Adelaide 3:30am
Perth 2:00am

The Masters official website also has some great live videos, enhanced graphics and stats that will keep you entertained across all four days. There really is no better way to stay across the tournament.

And when the official TV coverage does begin, here are your options:

Channel Nine have the broadcast rights this year. Turn the dial to 9Gem (Channel 92) from 5am Friday, Saturday, Sunday and 2am Monday morning (AEST).

You’ve got three options:

  • Nine Network’s 9Now will allow you to watch on your desktop, tablet or mobile device.
  • Kayo Sports also have every round live of the Masters
  • Foxtel Go
  • Masters Live has a stack of online video including live video of the early starters.

FoxSports once again have a dedicated channel (503) dedicated to The Masters that begins on Monday morning with the official Masters films.
The 87th edition of the tournament will also feature select tournament holes in 4K on FOX SPORTS Ultra HD channel (channel 508).


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