The Masters will once again signal the start of the men’s major golf schedule in 2021.
Reigning champion Dustin Johnson, who won the 2020 tournament delayed due to the Covid pandemic, will return looking to retain the Green Jacket.
Tiger Woods, who presented Johnson with his jacket, will miss the 2021 Masters through injuries sustained in a car crash in California on 23 February.
A host of the world’s top golfers will compete for the US Masters title when the action begins.
Where will the Masters 2021 take place?
The Masters golf tournament will take place at Augusta National Golf Club, in Augusta, Georgia.
Augusta has been home to the Masters since 1934 and is the only one of golf’s major tournaments to be played at the same venue each year.
When is the 2021 US Masters?
For many, it doesn’t seem that long ago since the last Masters after the Covid pandemic postponed the 2020 golf tournament several months.
The delayed Masters was finally played in November and just a few short months later the 2021 tournament will take place in its usual scheduled slot.
The 2021 Masters will begin on 8 April and conclude on 11 April.
What is the Masters 2021 schedule?
The four rounds of Masters play will take place across each of the four days at Augusta, USA, from 8-11 April, concluding on Sunday to determine the 2021 winner.
Tee times are yet to be confirmed.
Viewers in the UK will be aware of the time difference between the two countries, with Augusta on the east coast of America four hours behind GMT.
How to watch the US Masters 2021 on TV?
All four rounds of golf will be screened live from Augusta on Sky Sports.
Sky Sports customers can watch the action unfold live on the satellite television provider’s dedicated Masters channel, as part of the full sports package.
The Masters will be available to subscribers of the full sports package.
Sky Sports packages range from £18 per month for the dedicated Premier League and Football channels to £23 for the complete sports package, including Sky Sports Golf.
Can I stream the 2021 Masters golf tournament?
Sky Sports subscribers can stream the action as it happens on multiple digital devices - including mobile phones and tablets - via the Sky Go app.
Golf fans wanting to watch the Masters action without signing up to a contract can buy a day or month passes to Sky Sports from NOW TV.
The NOW TV app can be found on many of the latest smart TVs and can be streamed through phones, computers, tablets, consoles and BT Sport.
What are the latest odds on the Masters 2021 winner?
Dustin Johnson is favourite to retain his Masters title and become the first player since Tiger Woods to win the Green Jacket in successive years.
Johnson is at 8/1 on to win the 2021 Masters with Bet365, PaddyPower, BetFair, BetVictor and BoyleSports, as of 1 April.
Bryson DeChambeau, the US Open champion, is second favourite with BetFred offering odds of 11/1.
Justin Thomas and Jon Rahm are 12/1 with WilliamHill, among other bookies, with Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy at 16/1.
Lee Westwood is out at 40/1 with UniBet and BetFred to win his first major.
Tiger Woods will miss the 2021 tournament through injury.
Who are the past Masters winners?
2020 - Dustin Johnson
2019 - Tiger Woods
2018 - Patrick Reed
2017 - Sergio Garcia
2016 - Danny Willett
2015 - Jordan Spieth
2014 - Bubba Watson
2013 - Adam Scott
2012 - Bubba Watson
2011 - Charles Schwartzel