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What time does the UK Masters start today?

What time does the UK Masters start today?

Augusta National hosts its first golf tournament of the year with the return of the Masters in 2023.

Scottie Scheffler donned the famous green jacket for the first time last year and will be leading the way as he tries to win back one of the sport’s most prestigious awards.

The races should be close, with Jon Rahm in particular making a good start on day one to lead Brooks Koepka and Victor Hovland before the American emerged on day two.

The return of the LIV Golf Rebels team adds extra intrigue to proceedings, with past winners Patrick Reed and Dustin Johnson set to compete.

Here’s everything you need to know.

When is Masters?

The 87th Masters tournament will be held over four days from April 6 to 9 at Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia, USA.

Play resumes at 13:00 GMT on Saturday, with 39 players still to complete Friday’s round, which was cut short by bad weather and two fallen trees. The third round should start at 15:00 GMT, but this may change depending on weather and playing conditions.

How can I see?

UK viewers can watch the action on Sky Sports, the UK’s exclusive Masters broadcast partner. A busy week at Augusta will feature extensive coverage on the Sky Sports Golf Channel, while subscribers can also watch via Sky Go.

Are LIV players competing in the Masters in 2023?

The Masters has the smallest course of the four men’s golf majors. Participation is by invitation only. The tournament confirmed that players who meet the eligibility criteria will be invited to join the Saudi Arabia-sponsored LIV Golf Series, even if they are excluded from the PGA Tour.

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Dustin Johnson, Patrick Reed, Sergio Garcia, Bubba Watson, Charles Schwartzell and Phil Mickelson qualified as former green jacket winners, while Cameron Smith, Bryson DeCambeau and Brooks Koepka qualified as a result of major wins in the past five years.

Primary Contradictions (by Betfair – E/W Terms: Odds 1/5, 4 Places):

  • Brooks Koepka 8/11
  • John Rahm 2/1
  • Colin Morikawa 1/16
  • Victor Hovland 1/16
  • Cameron Young 1/20
  • Jordan Spieth 1/22
  • Jason Day is 1/25
  • Sam Bennett (A) 1/33
  • Sam Burns 1/33
  • All others are 50/1 or more

Augusta National hosts its first golf tournament of the year with the return of the Masters in 2023.

Scottie Scheffler donned the famous green jacket for the first time last year and will be leading the way as he tries to win back one of the sport’s most prestigious awards.

The competition should be tough, especially with Jon Rahm in top form, making a good start on day one to share the lead with Brooks Koepka and Victor Hovland before the American emerged on day two.

The return of the LIV Golf Rebels team adds extra intrigue to proceedings, with past winners Patrick Reed and Dustin Johnson set to compete.

Here’s everything you need to know.

When is Masters?

The 87th Masters tournament will be held over four days from April 6 to 9 at Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia, USA.

Play resumes at 13:00 GMT on Saturday, with 39 players still to complete Friday’s round, which was cut short by bad weather and two fallen trees. The third round should start at 15:00 GMT, but this may change depending on weather and playing conditions.

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How can I see?

UK viewers can watch the action on Sky Sports, the UK’s exclusive Masters broadcast partner. A busy week at Augusta will feature extensive coverage on the Sky Sports Golf Channel, while subscribers can also watch via Sky Go.

Are LIV players competing in the Masters in 2023?

The Masters has the smallest course of the four men’s golf majors. Participation is by invitation only. The tournament confirmed that players who chose to join the Saudi Arabia-sponsored LIV Golf Series, despite being excluded from the PGA Tour, would be invited to meet the eligibility criteria.

Dustin Johnson, Patrick Reed, Sergio Garcia, Bubba Watson, Charles Schwartzell and Phil Mickelson qualified as former green jacket winners, while Cameron Smith, Bryson DeCambeau and Brooks Koepka qualified as a result of major wins in the past five years.

Primary Contradictions (by Betfair – E/W Terms: Odds 1/5, 4 Places):

  • Brooks Koepka 8/11
  • John Rahm 2/1
  • Colin Morikawa 1/16
  • Victor Hovland 1/16
  • Cameron Young 1/20
  • Jordan Spieth 1/22
  • Jason Day is 1/25
  • Sam Bennett (A) 1/33
  • Sam Burns 1/33
  • All others are 50/1 or more