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When is the Masters in 2024? Dates, schedule, tickets and more to know for Augusta National golf tournament


Amid the chaos of March Madness, it can be easy to ignore the rest of the sports calendar. So, here is your reminder that this year’s edition of the Masters is coming soon.

Jon Rahm will be aiming for back-to-back Masters titles after snagging his first green jacket last year. Tiger Woods was the last golfer to pull off that feat, finishing atop the leaderboard in 2001 and 2002.

But Rahm will face plenty of tough competitors at Augusta National. One big name to watch is Scottie Scheffler, who is seeking his second Masters victory. He has already won the Arnold Palmer Invitational and The Players Championship this season.

Here is everything you need to know about the 2024 Masters, including key dates and TV and streaming options for the tournament.

When is the Masters in 2024?

  • Date: Wednesday, April 10 (Par 3 Contest) | Thursday, April 11-Sunday, April 14 (Rounds 1, 2, 3 and 4)

The Masters Par 3 Contest will begin on Wednesday, April 10. The first round of the Masters will start the next day, and the tournament will conclude on Sunday, April 14.

How to watch Masters 2024: TV channel, live stream

The Masters Par 3 Contest will air on ESPN, and it can be streamed on Fubo and ESPN+. Rounds 1, 2, 3 and 4 of the Masters will be split between CBS and ESPN, and they can also be streamed on Fubo and Paramount+, respectively.

Masters TV schedule 2024

Date Time (ET) TV/Live stream
Wednesday, April 10 (Par 3 Contest) Noon-3 p.m. ESPN+
  3-5 p.m. ESPN, Fubo
Thursday, April 11 (Round 1) 3-7:30 p.m. ESPN, Fubo
Friday, April 12 (Round 2) 3-7:30 p.m. ESPN, Fubo
Saturday, April 13 (Round 3) 3-7 p.m. CBS, Paramount+
Sunday, April 14 (Round 4) 2-7 p.m. CBS, Paramount+


How to buy Masters 2024 tickets

Tickets for the 2024 Masters are still available on StubHub. You can buy tickets for Masters practices and each round by clicking on the link below.

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Is Tiger Woods playing in the Masters in 2024?

Woods has not yet publicly declared whether he will play in the 2024 Masters, but he is part of the 2024 player list on the tournament’s official site.

That would seem to indicate that 48-year-old is planning to participate in the event, though he could drop out depending on his health status.

List of Masters winners by year

Jack Nicklaus is the all-time leader in Masters victories (six). Woods is just one win away from tying Nicklaus’ record.

(Note: The Masters was canceled from 1943-1945 because of World War II.)

Year Winner Score
2023 Jon Rahm -12
2022 Scottie Scheffler -10
2021 Hideki Matsuyama -10
2020 Dustin Johnson -20
2019 Tiger Woods -13
2018 Patrick Reed -15
2017 Sergio Garcia -9
2016 Danny Willett -5
2015 Jordan Spieth -18
2014 Bubba Watson -8
2013 Adam Scott -9
2012 Bubba Watson -10
2011 Charl Schwartzel -14
2010 Phil Mickelson -16
2009 Angel Cabrera -12
2008 Trevor Immelman -8
2007 Zach Johnson +1
2006 Phil Mickelson -7
2005 Tiger Woods -12
2004 Phil Mickelson -9
2003 Mike Weir -7
2002 Tiger Woods -12
2001 Tiger Woods -16
2000 Vijay Singh -10
1999 José María Olazábal -8
1998 Mark O’Meara -9
1997 Tiger Woods -18
1996 Nick Faldo -12
1995 Ben Crenshaw -14
1994 José María Olazábal -9
1993 Bernhard Langer -11
1992 Fred Couples -13
1991 Ian Woosnam -11
1990 Nick Faldo -10
1989 Nick Faldo -5
1988 Sandy Lyle -7
1987 Larry Mize -3
1986 Jack Nicklaus -9
1985 Bernhard Langer -6
1984 Ben Crenshaw -11
1983 Seve Ballesteros -8
1982 Craig Stadler -4
1981 Tom Watson -8
1980 Seve Ballesteros -13
1979 Fuzzy Zoeller -8
1978 Gary Player -11
1977 Tom Watson -12
1976 Raymond Floyd -17
1975 Jack Nicklaus -12
1974 Gary Player -10
1973 Tommy Aaron -5
1972 Jack Nicklaus -2
1971 Charles Coody -9
1970 Billy Casper -9
1969 George Archer -7
1968 Bob Goalby -11
1967 Gay Brewer -8
1966 Jack Nicklaus E
1965 Jack Nicklaus -17
1964 Arnold Palmer -12
1963 Jack Nicklaus -2
1962 Arnold Palmer -8
1961 Gary Player -8
1960 Arnold Palmer -6
1959 Art Wall Jr. -4
1958 Arnold Palmer -4
1957 Doug Ford -5
1956 Jack Burke Jr. +1
1955 Cary Middlecoff -9
1954 Sam Snead +1
1953 Ben Hogan -14
1952 Sam Snead -2
1951 Ben Hogan -8
1950 Jimmy Demaret -5
1949 Sam Snead -6
1948 Claude Harmon -9
1947 Jimmy Demaret -7
1946 Herman Keiser -6
1942 Byron Nelson -8
1941 Craig Wood -8
1940 Jimmy Demaret -8
1939 Ralph Guldahl -9
1938 Henry Picard -3
1937 Byron Nelson -5
1936 Horton Smith -3
1935 Gene Sarazen -6
1934 Horton Smith -4

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