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2012 US Masters TV Coverage

THE 2012 US Masters golf will have live free to air television coverage on One HD on the Ten Network.

There will also be extensive daily replays on Fox Sports on pay tv.

The action kicks off on Thursday with the traditional Augusta National Par 3 contest, telecast on One HD on Thursday April 5 from 5am to 7am.

2012 US Master Live Television Coverage Australia

The 2012 Masters tournament proper begins on Good Friday Morning and ends on Easter Monday.

Scheduled One HD Live Masters Golf Coverage (AEST):

1st Round. Friday, April 6: 5:00am – 9:30am

2nd Round. Saturday, April 7: 5:00am – 9:30am

3rd Round. Sunday, April 8: 5:30am – 9:00am

Final Round. Monday, April 9: 4:00am – 9:00am

2012 US Masters Golf on Fox Sports:

Fox Sports will have daily replays during the day and further coverage (except Saturday night) in the evenings.

The schedule at time of publication was:

Friday, 11am to 4pm; 11pm to 1am.

Saturday, 10.30am to 3.30pm.

Sunday, 11.30am to 4pm; 7.30pm to 11.30pm

Monday, 12 to 4pm; 8.30pm to 10.30pm.

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About Brian O'Hare

Brian is the editor and founder of ASG. He is a former Sydney journalist and is now an avid "senior" golfer. Brian is a member of the Australian Golf Writers Association.

5 Responses to “2012 US Masters TV Coverage”

  1. sam says:

    what a joke not being able to watch one of the biggest events in sport on normal tv in Sydney Australia. Absolutely disgusting.

  2. Barry Hyatt says:

    Living on Norfolk Island, we have watched the Masters TV coverage ‘forever” but now we cannot get it because it is on 10 (HD1) It has been a tradition here to turn up at one of the local clubs to watch, especially the last day. Its crap that we cannot now watch it live

  3. RichardR says:

    Not too good for inland viewers who do not get oneHD

  4. andrew K says:

    The Channel ‘One’ coverage was advertised in High Definition but it was actually only standard definition.What as absolute disgrace that the station could not even broadcast in high definition like EVERY OTHER station in the world.

  5. Ray Morrison says:

    Any wonder golf is losing its popularity – just look at the private clubs clamouring and advertising for membership. If the game is to survive at its previous peaks of popularity these are the types of events that must be “in your face”. Look at the popularity of Aussie Rules and Rugby League – huge TV coverage.


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