The Masters 2018 – Live TV Coverage on Sky Sports Golf, BBC Sport

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The Masters 2018 – Live TV Coverage on Sky Sports Golf, BBC Sport
Updated on Thursday 5 April 2018 by @TVNewsroom

The 2018 Masters will take place this week (April 5–8) at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia.

This will be the 82nd edition of the Masters Tournament and will be shown live on Sky Sports and the BBC.

Sky Sports will be the only place to see all four days’ play live, while the third and final rounds will be shown live on BBC Two.

Sergio Garcia will be seeking to defend the coveted Green Jacket amongst the manicured greens and pristine azaleas of the famous course.

Sky’s coverage will be presented by David Livingstone with expert analysis from Butch Harmon, whose father Claude Harmon Sr won the Masters in 1948, former Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley, and more.

Eilidh Barbour will be joined on the BBC by Ken Brown, Peter Alliss and Andrew Cotter.

Thursday 5th April

Sky Sports Golf – Day 1 Live – 7.00pm

Friday 6th April

BBC Two – Day 1 Highlights – 5.45pm
Sky Sports Golf – Day 2 Live – 7.00pm

Saturday 7th April

BBC One – Day 2 Highlights – 1.15pm
Sky Sports Golf – Day 3 Live – 7.00pm
BBC Two – Day 3 Live – 7.30pm

Sunday 8th April

Sky Sports Golf – Day 4 Live – 6.00pm
BBC Two – Day 4 Live – 6.30pm

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