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How to watch The US Masters golf live online in Australia

It's the first golf major of the year and you can watch it live.

The 2020 US Masters golf tournament.

The Masters is back for 2023 and comes with an added level of interest to watch live this year. 18 players from the breakaway LIV Golf league will tee up at one of golf's most prestigious events, the first time they have been allowed to do so since the rebel competition was formed. Some of these include past Masters champions such as Dustin Johnson, Sergio Garcia and Patrick Reed. Other big names taking part include Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Phil Mickleson and Jon Rahm.

Current world number 1 Scottie Scheffler is the defending Masters champion, after winning his first major at the tournament last year. He'll be back. Australians taking part in the 2023 tournament include Cameron Smith, Adam Scott, Jason Day, Min Woo Lee and Harrison Crowe.

When is the 2023 Masters golf tournament?

This year's Masters is being held from 7–10 April (AEST) at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia.

How to watch The US Masters live in Australia

You have 2 ways to watch the US Masters live in Australia.

The Masters will be broadcast live on free-to-air TV on 9Gem or you can stream via 9Now, but it won't offer complete coverage of the event.

You can also watch extended coverage that's live and ad-break free during play of The Masters live in Australia with a subscription to Foxtel Now, Kayo or Foxtel iQ.

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Watch The Masters live on Foxtel Now

One of the most complete coverage options for The Masters is via Foxtel Now. If you haven't tried it previously, Foxtel Now offers a 10-day free trial. That means you could watch The Masters for free.


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Following the Par 3 tournament on 6 April (AEST), Foxtel Now offers extended live coverage from midnight AEST or 12:30am AEST each day of the The Masters, finishing up at either 11am AEST or 11:30am AEST. It will also have additional coverage of Amen Corner (the 11th, 12th and 13th holes) and the 15th and 16th holes separately. All 4 rounds will be live and ad-break free during play.

To continue watching golf live, including all 4 majors and various PGA tour events throughout the year, you have to subscribe to the Essentials pack in addition to the Sport pack, which costs a total of $29 a month. You also get to watch entertainment along with sport with that combination of packs.

Foxtel Now is available on PCs and Macs, mobile devices, Chromecast and AirPlay, PS4, Telstra TV and the Foxtel Now box.

Instead of streaming via Foxtel Now, you could watch The Masters live with a set-top box on Foxtel iQ. It will also show the same action as Foxtel Now, but it is a more expensive option, with no free trial. To watch The Masters live on Foxtel iQ you will need the Sports HD and Foxtel Plus packs, for a combined cost of $100 a month. Again you also get access to entertainment content as well as sport, plus you can watch some content in 4K where available. For The Masters, the coverage of Amen Corner will be available to watch in 4K Ultra HD on Foxtel iQ. If you have a Foxtel iQ subscription and don't find yourself in front of your TV and set-top box while The Masters is live, you can also stream The Masters with Foxtel GO, which lets you watch on your mobile, tablet or laptop.

Live stream The Masters on Kayo

Another option for watching The Masters live is through Kayo. If you are a new customer, you can watch all 4 rounds and much more for free using this 7-day trial.


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Once your free trial is up, subscriptions to Kayo start with a $25 a month Kayo One package, which allows viewing on only 1 device at a time. Get a $35 a month Basic subscription to watch on 2 screens at the same time or pay $35 a month to enjoy 3 simultaneous streams with the Premium option. Kayo is available on PC, Mac, iOS and Android devices, Telstra TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, PS4, PS5 and select smart TVs including Hisense, LG and Samsung. You can watch more than 50 sports on Kayo.

Like Foxtel, Kayo will also feature the Par 3 Tournament, plus have extended coverage of the 4 days of The Masters (without ads during play), and you can tune in from 10:45pm AEST for rounds 1 and 2, then from 12:30am AEST for rounds 3 and 4.

Aside from the main action, additional feeds for The Masters available on Kayo include holes 4, 5 and 6, Amen Corner, featured groups and holes 15 and 16. Kayo will also stream live shows Live from The Masters and On The Range. One of the special features on Kayo is SplitView, which lets you watch up to 4 screens at once, so you could catch multiple holes at the same time.

Watch The Masters live on the 9 Network

You can watch The Masters live on free-to-air television via the 9 Network. It will be broadcast on 9Gem or available to stream via 9Now. They will the show Par 3 content on Thursday 6 April (AEST), before coverage of the first 3 rounds commences at 5am AEST each day, finishing at either 9am AEST or 9:30am AEST, which is not extended coverage of the whole day's play. Subscription options Kayo and Foxtel have extended coverage of the first 3 days of play. 9Gem and 9Now will then show full coverage of the final round from 4am AEST until whatever time the tournament ends. 9Now will feature additional content to stream with Feature Groups, Amen Corner and the 15th and 16th holes all available.

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