The Masters 2022: How to watch in Australia, when, odds, tee times
Golf’s most prestigious tournament, the Masters, is fast approaching.
Hideki Matsuyama won the clash last tournament, with the best players in the world set to fight for the coveted green jacket in 2022.
sports news has everything you need to know about the next edition of the Masters.
When does the Master start?
The Masters begins on Thursday, April 7, and play begins in the evening (AEST).
The tournament will end on Sunday April 10 and is expected to finish in the early hours of the morning for Australian fans.
How to watch the Masters in Australia
The Masters will be broadcast on Fox Sports and Kayo, as well as Secondary Chain of Nine Gem.
Coverage times and specific details have yet to be released.
You can also listen to radio coverage of the Masters via the PGA Tour website.
Alternatively, the official Masters website is a great way to follow the action, covering every move from every player in an easy-to-navigate format.
The Masters: Australian players and groups
The official list of Australians taking part in this year’s tournament has yet to be revealed.
The Masters: Australian tee times
Official departure times have yet to be announced.
Where does the Master take place?
The Masters takes place at the Augusta National Golf Club.
Augusta is in Georgia, about 250 miles east of Atlanta, and has hosted the Masters every year since 1934.
The normal score for an inning is 72, with the course distance totaling 7,475 yards (6,385 kilometers).
2022 Masters Odds
It’s a generally tight betting field for this year’s Masters tournament.
Jon Rahm has the shortest odds ($10) but is far from a big favorite.
Justin Thomas ($12), Jordan Spieth ($12), Collin Morikawa ($13) and Rory McIlroy ($13) round out the top five.
Odds via Tab updated March 8, 2022.
|Bryson De Chambeau||$26|
Who won the Masters in 2021?
Hideki Matsuyama won the last edition of the Masters, beating Will Zalatoris by a stroke.
He notably became the very first Japanese professional golfer to win a major men’s golf championship.
The 30-year-old is currently the No.11 ranked player in the world.
Masters Scholarship 2022
The 2022 Masters scholarship is expected to be the same as last year: US$11.5 million (AU$15.1 million).
Based on this total, the winner’s share of the prize money would be $2.07 million (A$2.72 million)
The Masters: former Masters champions
|YEAR||CHAMPION||TOTAL||BY||THE COUNTRY||FINALIST||BLOWS FROM BEHIND|
|2021||Hideki Matsuyama||278||-ten||Japan||Will Zalatoris||1|
|2020||Dustin Johnson||268||-20||United States||Smith/I am||5|
|2019||Tiger Woods||275||-13||United States||
|2018||Patrick Roseau||273||-15||United States||Ricky Fowler||1|
|2017||Sergio Garcia||279||-9||Spain||Justin Rose||First playoff hole|
|2015||Jordan Spieth||270||-18||United States||Mickelson/Rose||4|
|2014||Bubba Watson||280||-8||United States||Spieth/Blixt||3|
|2013||Adam Scott||279||-9||Australia||Angel Cabrera||Two playoff holes|
|2012||Bubba Watson||278||-ten||United States||Louis Oosthuizen||Two playoff holes|
|2010||Phil Mickelson||272||-16||United States||Lee Westwood||3|
|2009||Angel Cabrera||276||-12||Argentina||Perry, Campbell||Two playoff holes|
|2008||Trevor Immelman||280||-8||RSA||Tiger Woods||3|
|2007||Zach Johnson||289||1||United States||Goose/Wood||2|
|2006||Phil Mickelson||279||-9||United States||Ernie Els||1|
|2005||Tiger Woods||276||-12||United States||Chris DiMarco||First playoff hole|
|2004||Phil Mickelson||279||-9||United States||Ernie Els||1|
|2003||Mike Weir||281||-7||Canada||Len Mattiace||First playoff hole|
|2002||Tiger Woods||276||-12||United States||Retief Goosen||3|
|2001||Tiger Woods||272||-16||United States||David Duval||2|
|2000||Vijay Singh||278||-ten||Fiji||Ernie Els||3|
Who has won the most Masters titles?
Jack Nicklaus has won more Masters titles than any other golfer with six.
Arnold Palmer and Tiger Woods have each won the prestigious tournament four times, with Gary Player, Jimmy Demaret, Nick Faldo, Phil Mickelson and Sam Snead claiming three green jackets.
Nine players including Ben Crenshaw, Bernhard Langer, Ben Hogan, Bubba Watson, Seve Ballesteros and Tom Watson have won the Masters twice.
How many Australians have won the Masters?
Just one. It was Adam Scott, who scored a remarkable victory in the rain with the setting sun in 2013.
Having come so close to winning a major title, Scott edged Angel Cabrera on the second hole of the play-offs.