The BBC will have all the action from the 2017 Masters, with fans able to watch the coverage live TV coverage on the Saturday and Sunday on BBC Two.
There will be extensive highlights from Thursday and Friday’s play plus action from all four days will be live on Radio 5 live.
Hazel Irvine will front the BBC’s TV coverage alongside expert commentary from Peter Alliss, Ken Brown, Andrew Cotter and Paul Azinger. Rishi Persad will be reporting.
Masters week on the BBC begins with insightful documentary When Danny Won The Masters (April 2), which tells the extraordinary story of Danny Willett, the Sheffield golfer who last year became the first Briton to win the Championship since 1996.
A special Masters preview show (April 5) looks ahead to the 2017 event which sees the world’s greatest golfers battling it out for arguably the sport’s biggest prize – the illustrious green jacket.
The live TV and radio coverage will also be available on the BBC Sport website with an additional four live streams alongside the uninterrupted BBC TV coverage on Saturday and Sunday. The site will also feature the popular live text commentary service, highlight clips throughout the tournament, news, reports and reaction from the team in Augusta.
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