The Masters 2016: BBC TV, Red Button, radio and online coverage times

The beautiful Augusta greens can be seen in all their beauty in HD on BBC TV

BBC Sport brings you extensive live coverage of golf's first major of the season, the Masters, from the Augusta National Golf Club.

The world's best players including Jason Day, Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy will be taking on the tricky Augusta course in a bid to win the coveted Green Jacket.

The key action on Saturday and Sunday will be shown live on BBC Two, while there will be highlights of the first and second rounds.

In addition, online and Connected TV viewers have the option of up to four additional streams on Saturday and Sunday, showing live coverage of Amen Corner, holes 15 and 16, one featured group as well as the Masters own On the Range channel.

You can also listen to all four days on Radio 5 live, while live text coverage on the BBC Sport website will also help you keep up to date, with easy access to video streams and radio commentaries just a click away.

Sunday 10 April

Day four live

16:00-00:00 - choose from four streams on BBC Red Button, online and app (featured groups, driving range, Amen Corner, holes 15 & 16)

18:30-00:00 - BBC Two

20:30-01:00 - BBC Radio 5 live


Audiences can access all of BBC Sport's digital coverage from via a web browser on PCs and handheld devices or the BBC Sport app for mobiles and tablets (iOS and Android). The BBC Sport app for connected TVs will also provide all live streams and video highlights.


You can view all of our TV and Red Button broadcasts as well as listen to our radio sports programming on the BBC iPlayer.

National and regional variations

National and regional variations have been included in this list where possible, but please check your local listings for more detailed information.

NB. All times are BST and are subject to change. The BBC is not responsible for any changes that may be made. Also coverage on BBC Red Button can experience late schedule changes, so details may differ from this page. Further programmes and times will appear when confirmed.

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