With the possible exception of the Ryder Cup, golf tournaments don't come much bigger and better than the US Masters. And Sky Sports coverage makes sure you don't miss so much as a stroke.
When is this year's US Masters?
The 2017 US Masters, or just 'The Masters', airs between April 6th and 9th.
How do I get to watch the US Masters?
The Masters is exclusively broadcast by Sky on its premier sports channel, Sky Sports 1. But that's not to say that you have to be a Sky customer to watch it.
Virgin Media, BT and TalkTalk broadband and TV customers can all sign up for Sky Sports and see the Masters in its entirety. Even better, if the US Masters is the only reason you're signing up, it's good to know that you can cancel Sky Sports with just one month's notice.
Now TV customers can also pay for Sky's US Masters coverage on a pay-as-you-go basis and watch the tournament on their smartphone or tablet. You can opt for a cheap day pass, which gets you 24-hr access to Sky Sports 1, as well as the full suite of Sky's other sports channels in standard definition.
What do I get with Sky Sports Masters coverage?
Sky Sports 1 covers every hole and every stroke live and exclusively, bringing you as close as possible to the action. But over the four days of coverage you'll also get hours of expert analysis from leading pundits, as well as documentaries about some of the greats of the game and their historic performances at the tournament.
Sky Sports 1 HD customers receive all the above, but also get to enjoy the US Masters in lush high-definition, making those greens seem ever greener and the action that much closer.
What other sports are on Sky?
Sky's sports channels suite of programming takes in live games from Premier League and international football, as well as ATP Tennis, The Ryder Cup, snooker, boxing, The Ashes and rugby union.