Masters Tournament Coverage: Live Play-by-Play & Exclusive Programming

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SiriusXM is excited to once again be the exclusive audio broadcaster of golf’s premier event, the Masters Tournament. Acclaimed broadcaster Mike Tirico is our voice of the Masters, while 1971 Masters low amateur Steve Melnyk is our lead analyst.

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Throughout Masters week (April 6–14), tune in to Masters Radio (Ch. 92) on car radios and the SiriusXM app to hear the latest updates live from Augusta National Golf Club, including coverage of all four days of Tournament play with daily Masters-focused talk programming and specials, as well as the Augusta National Women’s Amateur and Masters Par 3 Contest.

Plus, hear regularly-scheduled shows throughout the week hosted by our exceptional roster of current and former players, instructors, and other experts on the game.

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Live Masters broadcasts

April 11–14, hear live Tournament coverage each day starting at 2pm ET and running through the completion of play. Plus, tune in for live look-in coverage of featured groups in the morning and early afternoon.

Mike Tirico returns as our lead play-by-play voice for all four Tournament rounds. He’ll be joined on the broadcast all four days by our main analyst, Steve Melnyk, who competed in five Masters Tournaments.

On the course, our commentators will be John Maginnes on the second hole and at “Amen Corner” (11th, 12th and 13th); Brian Katrek on the 5th, 15th, and 16th holes; Maureen Madill on the 8th and 17th; and Johnson Wagner on the 4th, 13th, and 14th.

Augusta National Women’s Amateur

Hear live coverage of the final round of the Augusta National Women’s Amateur on April 6 from 12–3pm ET.

Chantel McCabe and Fred Albers host the broadcast with special commentary from Annika Sorenstam and Nancy Lopez.

Sorenstam will also have a one-on-one interview with the Augusta National Women’s Amateur champion on a new episode of her show, “Annika,” airing Tuesday at 7pm ET.

Masters Par 3 Contest

Live coverage of the 2024 Masters Par 3 Contest airs on April 10 at 2pm ET.

David Marr III hosts alongside World Golf Hall of Famer Hale Irwin, Fred Albers, and Chantel McCabe.

Exclusive Masters Week programming

Masters Radio features comprehensive pre- and post-round coverage, as well as several specials airing throughout the week.

Pre-round coverage

Pre-round coverage airs live from 7am–2pm ET Thursday and Friday, and 8am–2pm ET on Saturday and Sunday.

Taylor Zarzour and Brian Katrek anchor the coverage, providing play-by-play updates on featured groups, with commentary from Bob Ford, Carl Paulson, David Marr, and Greg DuCharme. Jim McLean and Jason Sobel report from the Tournament Practice Area at Augusta National.

Post-round coverage

Immediately following each round, hear a live post-round show hosted by Gary Williams and Drew Stoltz.

Honorary Starters Ceremony and opening tee shots

On Thursday, tune in for live coverage of the Honorary Starters Ceremony and the opening tee shots of Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player, and Tom Watson, followed by interviews with these three legendary players.

The introduction of the Honorary Starters and their tee shots historically precedes the first tee time of the Tournament’s first competitive round, signaling the official beginning of Masters competition.

Golf specials to stream now

“Seve and Me”

Stream “Seve and Me,” a one-hour audio documentary dedicated to the legendary two-time Masters champion Seve Ballesteros (1980, 1983), and his influence on the successful Spanish players who have followed him in professional golf.

The documentary features interviews with 2023 Masters champion Jon Rahm, 2017 Masters champion Sergio Garcia, and 1994 and 1999 Masters champion Jose Maria Olazabel as they share their memories of Seve and the impact he had on their careers.

Stream “Seve and Me” on the SiriusXM app now →

“Backstory: The Masters”

Stream “Backstory: The Masters,” a special look back at Arnold Palmer’s final Masters victory in 1964 — 60 years after he became the first player ever to win the Tournament four times.

Five years after Tiger Woods’ memorable 2019 Masters win, the broadcasters who called the event recall being on air that Sunday and delivering that moment to fans watching and listening around the country. One year after Jon Rahm became the fourth Spaniard to win the Masters, the special looks at the success of Rahm, Seve Ballesteros, Jose Maria Olazabel, and Sergio Garcia at Augusta National.

Stream “Backstory: The Masters” on the SiriusXM app now →

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