Despite the ongoing threat to global sporting events associated with coronavirus, US Masters will continue to move forward, giving Tiger Woods the opportunity to keep the green jacket he won last year under stressful circumstances.
This time, Rory McIlroy is a favorite of bookmakers at the game’s most famous professional star site.
When is Masters 2020?
Masters will be held from Thursday April 9 to Sunday April 12.
As always, it will be held at the Augusta National Golf Club in August, Georgia, USA.
Last year’s champion Tiger Woods hopes to be the first to win the championship since 2002. This is his feat and his sixth championship.
Will the master for corona-virus be canceled?
No, according to President Augusta Fred Ridley. On Wednesday, March 5, he assured fans of a statement: “At Augusta National Golf Club, the safety, health and well-being of everyone is our top priority.
“We will continue to analyze existing facts and information with experts and authorities, develop preventive measures and take appropriate actions to ensure the safety of all parties involved.”
“We require everyone to follow the precautions recommended by the CDC to mitigate the spread of any virus. In addition, we strongly recommend that anyone traveling in August, Georgia, comply with the travel rules and restrictions.
How do I watch on TV?
Every day, games will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Golf and the Main Event.
If you want to broadcast actions, watch Now TV Pass starting at £ 5.99 and watch it on your TV, game console, tablet, phone or computer.
Unlike previous years, on the day of the promotion, two fans will not be able to watch the live broadcast on the BBC, although they will perform very well in the evening.
The Masters 2020 odds
- Rory McIlroy – 15/2
- Jon Rahm – 11/1
- Tiger Woods – 12/1
- Justin Thomas – 16/1
- Brooks Koepka – 16/1
- Dustin Johnson – 16/1
- Patrick Cantlay – 25/1
- Tommy Fleetwood – 28/1
- Xander Schauffele – 28/1
- Adam Scott – 28/1
- Jordan Spieth – 30/1
- Patrick Reed – 32/1