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Australian golfer Jason Day is heading into the tournament on a high after his victory at the AT&T Byron Nelson Championship in Texas last week.
The 87th edition of The Masters tournament will take place this week at Augusta National Golf Club, and fans will be treated to more than 120 hours of live programming on Fox Sports, which is available on Foxtel and Kayo Sports.
This year's tournament will feature LIV golf and PGA Tour players all competing for the prestigious title.
Golf fans are set to be rewarded with more access to the PGA Tour than ever before on Kayo Sports, with daily live coverage expanding to almost 40 hours per day, starting with this week’s Players Championship.
From the creators of Drive to Survive, Full Swing gives you an exclusive look at the most unprecedented season of professional golf.
Australia’s best golfers will take to Royal Queensland Golf Club this week on the 9Network and 9Now for the Fortinet Australian PGA Championship.
The PGA Tour of Australasia has confirmed details of a broadcast deal that will see the nation’s biggest golf tournaments broadcast live.
Directed by Jason Hehir (“The Last Dance”) and Thomas Odelfelt, the documentary examines the legendary career of Greg Norman, and how it was shaped by one stunning day at the Masters Tournament in 1996.
FOX SPORTS 503 will feature Masters content all week in the lead up to the 86th edition of the Masters at the famed Augusta National Golf Club.
The Foxtel Group today announced an agreement with the PGA Tour of Australasia which will see the 2021/22 golf season Live and Exclusive on Foxtel and Kayo.
Foxtel becomes the only place to see The Open, the AIG Women’s Open and The Senior Open presented by Rolex
The 2021 OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP will provide golf fans with a dedicated Live pop-up channel in a week-long celebration of the 149th Open Championship on FOXTEL and Kayo.
The ‘where’ to play looks at various locations around Australia to play from private and public access golf courses extending to a whole getaway destination experience.
It will be the second major championship to take place on the Ocean Course since its last time in 2012. Featuring one of the strongest fields of players aiming to win one of golf’s most prized possessions
Five talented Australians will take the field, Jason Day, Cameron Smith, Marc Leishman, Adam Scott and Matt Jones –who is the feelgood success story after the 40-year-old qualified for the Masters for only the second time in his career.