Fan-free 2020 Masters announces new ways to watch online

The Masters is always claiming to be a tournament unlike any other. Well this year, that will be particularly true after the announcement of a raft of new online viewing options for the fan-free 2020 Masters.


In a media release from Augusta National, a host of new tournament coverage options for fans was announced for the upcoming 2020 Masters Tournament; rescheduled to November 9-15, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Tiger Woods on driver distances: “The genie’s out of the bag now”

Tiger Woods is not afraid to mix up his metaphors when it comes to golf’s biggest issue right now.

Tiger Woods chatted to the media ahead of this week’s PGA Tour ZOZO Championship. Among other things Woods revealed plans ahead of the Masters in four weeks, the atmosphere without golf fans, dodged a question about the introduction of in-tournament betting on PGA Tour broadcasts, and commented on the “racial awakening” of Augusta National.

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Australia’s major golf events cancelled

It is with regret that the Australian golf industry announces this summer’s premier events – the Australian PGA Championship, Australian Open and Women’s Australian Open – have been cancelled.

Media release via Australian Golf Media

PGA of Australia chief executive Gavin Kirkman, ALPG chief executive Karen Lunn and Golf Australia chief executive James Sutherland confirmed all three events, which were to have been played in February, won’t proceed because of the global pandemic.

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Is this one incredible golf bet or just a clever marketing ploy?

Did one lucky punter really just convert $1 into almost $700k on one crazy golf bet?

We’ve been musing over this one for a bit before posting as we’re really not convinced this golf bet is for real.

If so, some lucky punter just converted $1 into $679,894.66 on the back of successfully predicting the result of 20 head-to-head golf match-ups at the BMW PGA Championship last weekend.

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