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SKY SPORT TO LIVE STREAM THE MASTERS AT AUGUSTA NATIONAL

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SKY SPORT TO LIVE STREAM THE MASTERS AT AUGUSTA NATIONAL

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Augusta National has been home to extraordinary achievements and iconic moments in golf as the world’s top players compete for the victor's Green Jacket. Last year, we saw Tiger roaring back to claim victory and his fifth Masters title – will we see the same again this year?

We are delighted to announce Sky Sport will be covering the 2020 Masters Tournament, as well as three amateur events associated with the Masters Tournament. This feast of golf, which will also be available on Sky Sport Now and Sky Go, is sure to please avid fans eager to watch the best players in action. 

The 2020 Masters Tournament, the first of four professional major championships, will be played during the week of Monday, April 6, through Sunday, April 12. 

The three additional championships include the Augusta National Women’s Amateur (April 1-4, 2020), Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship (October 29 – November 1, 2020) and the Latin America Amateur Championship – which will be broadcast live for the first time January 16-19, 2020, from the El Camaleón Golf Course in Mayakoba, Mexico, on Sky Sport and streamed on Sky Sport Now and Sky Go.

As a founding partner of the Latin America Amateur Championship and the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship, the Masters Tournament awards the winner of each event an invitation to its esteemed field in April. The Augusta National Women’s Amateur features an international field of 72 top-ranked women amateurs, who compete over 54 holes of stroke play with the final round held at Augusta National Golf Club the Saturday before the Masters. 

Recently, Sky Sport has shown the Presidents Cup, announced it will be airing the LPGA for the next few years, and has confirmed it will broadcast the Masters Tournament and more. Coming in late February is the New Zealand Open – with Sky Sport as the presenting sponsor.

New Zealand golfing fans are spoiled for choice thanks to Sky Sport.