New BBC TV Masters Golf Deal
The BBC has announced an extension of its broadcast deal with the Masters Tournament.
The new deal extends a relationship that now celebrates 50 years since the BBC’s first broadcast of the Tournament in 1967.
However, .there will be only two days of live coverage on free-to-air television.
The new deal only includes extensive TV highlights of the opening two rounds of the Tournament, with live TV coverage restricted to the decisive Saturday and Sunday rounds.
All four rounds will be shown live on Sky Sports.
Radio 5 live and Radio 5 live sports extra will also feature live commentary of all four days from Augusta National Golf Club.
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