The 2022 Masters not only marks golf's first major championship of the season, but it also welcomes back Tiger Woods to competitive action for the first time since this very tournament in November 2020 - and you can watch it all unfold live at Augusta National this week for free no matter where you are in the world.
The Masters returns to our television screens this weekend on golf's hallowed turf of Augusta National in Georgia.
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While the tournament might be wide open this year, there are a number of fascinating storylines including the return of Tiger Woods to competitive action following his horror car crash in Los Angeles just 13 months ago.
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Woods, who has 15 majors to his name, has won The Masters five times in his career, the last of which came back in 2019.
Jack Nicklaus holds the record for most Masters title with six, and he also has the most majors with 18.
Another big story this week is Rory McIlroy going in search of the career grand slam having already won The Open, US PGA Championship and US Open down the years. The Northern Irishman just needs to add a Green Jacket to his closet in order to enter the record books.
Other players who will fancy their chances of winning The Masters this week include Jon Rahm, Collin Morikawa, Justin Thomas, Jordan Spieth, Patrick Cantlay and red-hot World No.1 Scottie Scheffler.
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How to watch The Masters?
The Masters is happening from April 7 till April 10, 2022.
Customers can watch the following ways (and will need a VPN (and sometimes a card) if not in that particular country):
- Masters.com website (free, requires a U.S: server connection)
- ESPN and CBS (YouTube TV (5 USD/month with five-day free trial — works with any Visa or MasterCard), Paramount Plus (6 USD/month and up with a seven-day free trial – only works with U.S. issued cards.), Sling TV Orange (25 USD/month and up with a seven-day free trial — only works with U.S. issued cards), fuboTV (65 USD/month with seven-day free trial — only works with U.S. issued credit cards), Hulu (65 USD/month with seven-day free trial — only works with U.S. issued cards), AT&T TV Now (70 USD/month without a free trial — only works with U.S. issued cards))
- Sky Sports (29 USD/month and up — (UK and Ireland residents only – requires ISP equipment, subscription, and UK or Ireland billing address)