You can watch this year's Masters Tournament on the BBC - time, channel and day-by-day guide

The 2019 Masters Tournament will launch on Thursday, April 11th, with four days of action set to dominate your weekend.

Crack open a cold one, put your feet up and prepare for one of the most hotly anticipated golf tournaments of the year.

Here’s how you can watch the Masters Tournament 2019 live and through highlights.

Wesley Bryan hits his tee stroke on No. 4 during Round 1 for the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club, Thursday, April 5, 2018. (Photo by Kevin Velez/Augusta National via Getty Images)

Where is the 2019 Masters held?

The 2019 Masters Tournament will be held at Augusta National Golf Club, Georgia.

The US competition is the only golf major that takes place at the same venue every year, with its proud golfing history stretching all the way back to 1934.

Masters Tournament 2019: TV schedule

There are two places to watch The Masters 2019 on TV in the UK.

You can watch the entire stretch of live coverage – which starts on Monday, April 8th – via the Sky Sports Golf and Sky Sports Main Event channels (live coverage starts around 7 pm BST every night).

If you don’t have Sky, then you can watch highlights of the competition on the BBC throughout the week.

Then, as the tournament gets down to the business end, BBC will up their game with live coverage of the final two days (Saturday, 13th and Sunday, 14th).

Alternatively, you can watch all of the live action online thanks to the live stream on masters.com.

Amateur Doug Ghim uses an iron on No. 6 during the third round of the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club, Saturday, April 7, 2018. (Photo by Kevin Velez/Augusta National via Getty Images)

The Masters TV Coverage – BBC

Tuesday, April 9th

1.45pm: BBC Two, Masters 2018 review

Wednesday, April 10th

11.15pm: BBC Two, Masters 2019 preview

 

Friday, April 12th

7 pm: BBC Two, Masters highlights

ORLANDO, FLORIDA – MARCH 06: A young golf fan looks at the major trophies on display in the Arnold Palmer experience, including The Open Championship’s Claret Jug, the US Open and the US Masters during the pro-am for the Arnold Palmer Invitational Presented by Mastercard at the Bay Hill Club on March 06, 2019 in Orlando, Florida. (Photo by Richard Heathcote/Getty Images)

Saturday, April 13th

1:15pm: BBC One, Masters highlights

7 pm: BBC Two, Live coverage of the third round

Sunday, April 14th

6.30 pm: BBC Two, Live coverage of the final round

Who won the Masters 2018?

Patrick Reed.

The 28-year-old from Texas held out following late challenges from Rickie Fowler and Jordan Spieth to claim the Masters 2018 crown.

Patrick Reed hits his tee stroke on No. 4 during the second round of the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club, Friday, April 6, 2018. (Photo by Kevin Velez/Augusta National via Getty Images)

WATCH THE MASTERS 2019 ON THE BBC AND SKY SPORTS

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