Golfing royalty will gather this week for the Masters. If you want to see Hideki Matsuyama defend his title fro the likes of McIlroy, Rose, Scheffler, Smith and a returning Tiger Woods, you’ll be pleased to know it’s very easy and there are cheap options.
When is The Masters 2022 on?
The main tournament is from Thursday 7 April to Sunday 10 April.
Click here for the full list of tee times as they’re announced. The first players to tee off will do so at 8:30am EDT or 1:30pm BST starting with Jose Maria Olazabal and J. J. Spaun.
What TV channel is The Masters 2022 on?
Sky Sports will be showing all the action live in the UK. If you have a
Sky Sports subscription simply tune in to the dedicated Sky Sports Golf channel (405).
You can also access the golf on the go with the Sky Go app,
available on iOS or
Pay less and watch The Masters 2022 on Now
If you don’t want to sign up to Sky, you can still grab a temporary Sky Sports membership via Now – formerly called Now TV. It gives you access to Sky content via a
huge range of devices with no contract and you can cancel any time.
You can get a
Day Membership for £11.98 giving you access to all Sky Sports channels for 24 hours. This also comes with a 3-month Mobile Month Membership but you’ll only get that within 10 days of signing up.
Your best option to watch the entire Masters tournament is the Sports Membership which is normally £33.99 per month but you can
get it today for £20pm for six months with one month of free Boost getting you Full HD resolution and the ability to stream on three devices at the same time.
How to watch The Masters 2022 online with a VPN
If you have Sky Sports but you’re on holiday, you can still access your account by using a VPN. This is software you can install for a small price on your phone, tablet or laptop that makes your Sky Go or Now account work from abroad.
We recommend using
VyprVPN. Check out our guide to the
best VPNs for streaming to find more information.