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All the details of the Masters coverage being broadcast this week

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The 2020 Masters may be postponed until November, but during what was initially scheduled to be ‘Masters week’ there’s still plenty of ways for you to get your fix from the iconic championship.

Full final-round coverage of both Tiger Woods’ 2019 victory and Phil Mickelson’s 2004 triumph are just two of the highlights you can look forward to this weekend, with a bundle of action being showcased across different networks.

Here’s a full rundown of the coverage various networks are putting on this week.

*All times ET*

Golf Channel

Monday:

  • 2:30PM: 1960 Masters highlights, Arnold Palmer
  • 4:30PM: 1962 Masters highlights, Arnold Palmer
  • 6:30PM: 1964 Masters highlights, Arnold Palmer
  • 8PM: Celebrating the Masters

Tuesday:

  • 2:30PM: 1974 Masters highlights, Gary Player
  • 6:30PM: 1978 Masters highlights, Gary Player
  • 8PM: Celebrating the Masters

Wednesday:

  • 10AM: 1968 Masters highlights, Bob Goalby
  • 12:15PM: 1970 Masters highlights, Billy Casper
  • 6:15PM: 1986 winner’s news conference, Jack Nicklaus

Thursday:

  • 10:30AM: 1987 Masters highlights, Larry Mize
  • 12PM: 1977 Masters highlights, Tom Watson
  • 1.30PM: 1981 Masters highlights, Tom Watson
  • 4.30PM: 1962 Masters highlights, Arnold Palmer
  • 6.30PM: 1964 Masters highlights, Arnold Palmer
  • 7:30PM: 2012 winner’s news conference, Bubba Watson 
  • 11PM: 1997 winner’s news conference, Tiger Woods

Friday: 

  • 10AM: 1980 Masters highlights, Seve Ballesteros
  • 11:30AM: 1983 Masters highlights, Seve Ballesteros
  • 6PM: 2013 winner’s news conference, Adam Scott
  • 11PM: 2005 winner’s news conference, Tiger Woods

Saturday: 

  • 9:30AM: 1989 Masters highlights, Nick Faldo 
  • 1:30PM: 1986 Masters highlights, Jack Nicklaus
  • 6pm: 2004 winner’s news conference, Phil Mickelson

Sunday:

  • 6PM: 2019 Live From the Masters

CBS

Saturday:

  • 1:30PM: 1975 final-round highlights, Jack Nicklaus 
  • 2004 final round, Phil Mickelson 

Sunday:

  • 12:30PM: 2019 final round, Tiger Woods 

ESPN

Thursday:

  • 3PM: 2012 final round, Bubba Watson
  • 7:30PM: 1997 final round, Tiger Woods 

Friday: 

  • 12PM: 2013 final round, Adam Scott
  • 6PM: 2005 final round, Tiger Woods

All final round broadcasts from 1968 through 2019 are also available to watch now in their entirety on The Masters YouTube channel.

 

 

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Gianni is the Assistant Editor at GolfWRX. He can be contacted at gianni@golfwrx.com. Follow him on Twitter @giannimosquito

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The DailyWRX (8/5/2020): Speaking “champion” | Kiss the ring | Cart path golf

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The day before major #1…it’s about damn time.

I want my kid to say stuff like this…

Champion speak. Seve will speak champion. Is there a class for that?

Gratuitous…

…Tiger Woods post. Gotta kiss the ring.

What in God’s name…

…happened to this guy?

Does it really matter?

It’s an awesome pic of the GOAT chap sticking while talking to Harley Davidson. What else do you want?

Sure…

I don’t love it, but what the hell….

DM @johnny_wunder to replace “glory’s first shot” with something else…

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2020 PGA Championship prop bets

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It’s PGA Championship time, and for those who want to raise the stakes a little this week, BetOnline.ag has multiple markets for punters to get stuck into ahead of the year’s opening major.

Check out the full list below courtesy of BetOnline.ag. Also check out the outright odds for the 2020 PGA Championship here.

Cut Line

  • Under 143½ Strokes 5/8
  • Over 143½ Strokes 13/10

Hole In One

  • No 2/3
  • Yes 6/5

Lowest Tournament Round

  • Over 63½ Strokes 20/31
  • Under 63½ Strokes 5/4

Play Off featuring 3 or more players?

  • No 1/33
  • Yes 12/1

Will a Play Off be needed to decide the winner?

  • No 1/4
  • Yes 3/1

Winning 72 Hole Score

  • Under 270½ Strokes 20/31
  • Over 270½ Strokes 5/4

Winning Margin

  • Exactly 1 Shot 5/2
  • Play Off needed to determine winner 3/1
  • 4 Shots or more 13/4
  • Exactly 2 Shots 15/4
  • Exactly 3 Shots 5/1

Winning Nationality

  • USA 5/8
  • Non USA 13/10

Albatross to be registered during the Championship

  • No 1/66
  • Yes 20/1

Highest 18 Hole Score

  • Under 86½ Strokes 10/13
  • Over 86½ Strokes 1/1

Number of Players Finishing Under Par

  • Over 23½ Players 10/13
  • Under 23½ Players 1/1

Round 1 Hole In One

  • No 1/7
  • Yes 9/2

Will any Left-handed golfer win the Championship?

  • No 1/100
  • Yes 22/1

Wire to Wire Winner

  • No 1/50
  • Yes 12/1

Will Brooks Koepka make an Eagle?

  • No 5/12
  • Yes 19/10

Will Justin Thomas make an Eagle?

  • No 5/12
  • Yes 19/10

Will Rory McIlroy make an Eagle?

  • No 5/11
  • Yes 9/5

Will Tiger Woods make an Eagle?

  • No 4/13
  • Yes 5/2

Will Bryson DeChambeau make an Eagle?

  • No 20/31
  • Yes 5/4

 

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Callaway’s ‘Mavrick Million Dollar Majors’ golf trivia challenge offers the chance to win equipment and big cash prizes

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Callaway Golf has unveiled its ‘Mavrick Million Dollar Majors’ golf trivia challenge which gives contestants the chance to win multiple prizes – including the top prize of $2 million.

The trivia challenge is in conjunction with FanBeat, and the prizes include some great equipment that will surely interest many GolfWRXers, including Mavrick drivers, Triple Track putters, chrome soft golf balls, and more.

The challenge is free to enter, and you can do so here at callawaygolf.com/fanbeat

Here are some key details on the Mavrick Million Dollar Majors golf trivia challenge:

  • Each tournament round offers a chance at the grand prize. Fans will need to answer the pre-round questions, and those presented during breaks in the action of live coverage of each round. 
  • There are several ways to win great Callaway equipment, from instant win drawings to prizes for the fans on the top of the leaderboard after each round. And there’s an overall tournament prize line-up, where you get a chance in a drawing for each question you answer across the four rounds of the major – so the more you play, the better chance you have to win.
  • If a fan gets all the questions right in a round, they could win $1M, and if a Callaway Team member wins the major, the grand prize doubles to $2M.

Best of luck, WRXers!

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