When is the US Masters 2022? Dates, schedule and tee times for Augusta Major

The first Major of the year tees off this week!


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The first Major of the season is imminent as the world’s best golfers descend on Augusta for the 86th edition of the US Masters.

Hideki Matsuyama of Japan is defending his Green Jacket after storming to victory 12 months ago, while Tiger Woods could make an incredible comeback having sustained serious injuries in a car crash last year.


The US Masters is the sole Major missing from Rory McIlroy’s CV and Ireland’s main man will be hoping to improve on his career-best finish of fourth at Augusta in 2015.

We’re paying 10 places on the US Masters 2022 and you can check out the latest odds on the Paddy Power website. Otherwise, you’ll find all the key details about this year’s tournament below.

US Masters 2022 dates and schedule

The US Masters 2022 takes place between Thursday, April 7 and Sunday, April 10 at the Augusta National Golf Club. The Par 3 Contest returns for the first time since 2019 and will be held on Wednesday, April 6.

We’re expecting the action to begin from 2pm on either side of the Irish Sea on the opening two days of the tournament. As to be expected with fewer players making it past the cut, the weekend’s play is set to start from 3.15pm.

US Masters 2022 tee times

The tee times for first and seconds round of the US Masters 2022 will be revealed on Wednesday, April 6. We’ll update this page when the groups and times are released.

The cut takes place once round two is done and dusted at which point Saturday’s tee times and pairings will be confirmed.

US Masters 2022 TV channel

Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports The Masters will carry live coverage in the UK and Ireland. You can also catch a nightly highlights show on the BBC.

US Masters 2022 betting

Jon Rahm is the favourite with Paddy Power to win the US Masters 2022 ahead of Justin Thomas, Dustin Johnson, Cameron Smith and Scottie Scheffler. You can run the rule over a whole host of betting markets on the Paddy Power website.

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