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Golf Industry News - The Masters

The BBC will not show any live golf next year for the first time since 1955 after the public service broadcaster lost the rights to live coverage of the Masters. Sky Sports will be the sole broadcasters of next year’s tournament from Augusta, which takes place from April 9-12.

Golf Care, a specialist golf insurance provider, has created an interactive website called ‘What Makes A Masters Champion’, which calculates the average profile of a Masters winner using 85 years of data

Your Golf Travel have released their latest experiences for The Masters 2020 and with the 2019 tournament imminent, golfers can now secure their place as a Patron at Augusta National next year with a £200 deposit; experiences start from just £1,895