Augusta National Golf Club

Australian pay-television broadcaster Foxtel has renewed its rights for the US Masters golf tournament in a multi-year deal beginning with the 2022 event

Club chairman Ridley takes different tact than MLB, several Atlanta pro teams

Augusta National is looking to engage fans and expand the reach of The Masters by securing a partnership with Electronic Arts which enables the iconic golf tournament to be featured in a video game for …

Highly popular golfer requires extensive reconstructive surgery

Move intended as ramp-up toward full attendance in 2022

The rescheduled Masters tournament at Augusta National got off to an anti-climactic start with play suspended at 7.35am ET due to inclement weather, including rain and lightning

ESPN and Augusta National have announced that College GameDay will be broadcast live at next month's Masters tournament on November 14

The final two rounds of the postponed Masters tournament will be given an earlier-than-usual finish to accommodate National Football League and college football games also being broadcast by CBS Sports…

Augusta National Golf Club has announced that the rescheduled Masters tournament will be held without spectators or guests in the wake of the global Covid-19 pandemic

The Masters has become the latest major sporting event to fall victim to the coronavirus outbreak

Pay-television broadcaster Sky New Zealand is to broadcast the Masters, golf’s first major of the year.

Pay-television broadcaster Sky has secured exclusive live rights in the UK to the Masters after extending its deal with the US golf major’s organiser, Augusta National.

Augusta National Golf Club, the home of the Masters, has confirmed it will host a women’s tournament ahead of next year’s edition of the major.

Fred Ridley has been appointed as chairman of the Augusta National Golf Club and Masters Tournament, after Billy Payne opted to retire from the position.

The Masters has established itself at the top table of golf majors thanks to a long-term strategy of careful quality control over its brand. Richard Gillis reports.