2017 US Masters Australian TV Times

THE 81st edition of the US Masters is almost upon us and the good news is Australian golf fans will have access to a wealth of free to air and pay television coverage.

The 2017 Masters tees off at Augusta National early this Friday morning Australian time (April 7) and Channel 7 and Fox Sports are the two broadcasters.

Fox Sports has a dedicated Masters channel that began at midnight on Sunday April 3, covering all aspects of the tournament and the lead up activities.

Free to air viewers are not left out for once with Network 7 broadcasting live from the Masters on 7Mate as well as live streaming the event through their online TV site, PLUS7 Live.

US Masters Australian TV Broadcast times – 7Mate, PLUS7 and Fox Sports

Seven Network – Live Golf Coverage

All dates and times are AEST.

Coverage Date Time Channel
Par-3 Contest Thursday April 6 4.45am – 7am         LIVE      7mate
Round 1 Friday April 7 4.45am – 9.30am   LIVE      7mate
Round 2 Saturday April 8 4.45am – 9.30am   LIVE      7mate
Round 3 Sunday April 9 4.45am – 9.00am   LIVE      7mate
Round 4 Monday April 10 3.45am – 9.00am  LIVE      7mate
 
Fox Sports – Live Golf Coverage

Dates & times are AEST.

Coverage Date Time Channel

Par-3 Contest

Thursday April 6 5am – 7am                              LIVE Fox Sports 5

Round 1

Friday April 7 4.45am – 9.45am                   LIVE Fox Sports 5 

Round 2

Saturday April 8 4.45am – 9.45am                   LIVE Fox Sports 5

Round 3

Sunday April 9 4.45am – 9.15am                    LIVE Fox Sports 5

Round 4

Monday April 10 3.30am – 9.15am                    LIVE Fox Sports 5
Masters Channel Monday April 3 24/7 Dedicated Masters Coverage Fox Sports 5

 

 

Fox Sports Special Masters Channel Media Release

FOX SPORTS More (Channel 507) will become the home of golf’s most prestigious major from Monday (April 3), with the LIVE action

Stuart Appleby will be helping out with the Fox Sports Masters commentary

kicking off with the opening ‘On the Range’ practice session the following day.

Fans will once again be able to watch every round LIVE and in HIGH DEFINITION, beginning with Round 1 from 4.30am EST on April 7.

PGA Tour golfer Stuart Appleby will join the Fox Sports  team LIVE in Augusta for the first time this year, guiding viewers through the action alongside former PGA Tour player Paul Gow and host Tim Sheridan.

In addition to LIVE coverage of every round, FOX SPORTS will showcase every ‘On the Range’ practice session, the traditional Par 3 tournament, plus two additional hours of LIVE content recapping the action at the conclusion of each day’s play.

FOX SPORTS viewers will also have access to bonus Masters content available via Foxsports.com.au and the FOX SPORTS App, including featured groups, plus a LIVE feed from holes 15 and 16, and the famed ‘Amen Corner’.

Fans can warm up to the live play by reliving some of the Masters’ most memorable final rounds, including Adam Scott’s 2013 victory, plus 60-minute highlights packages of past Masters.

FOX SPORTS News will deliver all the latest and breaking news from Augusta, while Foxsports.com.au will be the online destination for rolling results, news, highlights and bonus content.

THE MASTERS – FOX SPORTS BROADCAST SCHEDULE – ON FOX SPORTS 507

MON 3 APR
Dedicated channel switches on at 12.00am

TUE 4 APR
On the Range, LIVE at 2.00am & 11.00pm

WED 5 APR
On the Range, LIVE at 11.00pm

THU 6 APR
Par 3 Tournament, LIVE at 5.00am
On the Range, LIVE at 10.30pm

FRI 7 APR
The Masters: Round 1, LIVE at 4.30am
Live From The Masters, LIVE at 9.45am

SAT 8 APR
The Masters: Round 2, LIVE at 4.30am
Live From The Masters, LIVE at 9.45am

SUN 9 APR
On The Range, LIVE at 1.00am
The Masters: Round 3, LIVE at 4.30am
Live From The Masters, LIVE at 9.15am

MON 10 APR
On The Range, LIVE at 1.00am
The Masters Final Round, LIVE at 3.30am
Live From The Masters, LIVE at 9.15am

EXCLUSIVE FEEDS VIA FOXSPORTS.COM.AU & THE FOX SPORTS APP
LIVE feed from holes 15 & 16 plus Amen Corner and featured groups.

*times listed are in AEST

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Brian is a former Sydney journalist who didn’t have a skerrick of interest in golf till he hit his first ball at the age of 49 (and a half). Since then golf has just about overtaken his life. Brian founded Australian Senior Golfer in April 2008 and has since covered every Australian Open, Presidents Cups, World Cups and numerous other big men’s and women’s tournaments, spending days inside the ropes with the likes of Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Rory McIlroy, Tom Watson, Greg Norman, Adam Scott, Jason Day, Karrie Webb, and many others. He has also played in, and reported on, amateur tournaments, particularly senior and veteran events, around the country. Brian is a member of the Australian Golf Media Association.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Anthony,
    Not sure what you’re referring to but the 1st round was televised as scheduled.
    The traditional par 3 comp on Wednesday was cancelled due to bad weather.

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