The Masters: Sport is worth the wait!

Tiger Woods returns to Augusta National as the defending champion while Rory McIlroy is bidding to complete the career Grand Slam at his sixth attempt; watch The Masters live on Sky Sports’ dedicated channel from Thursday to Sunday with Featured Group coverage from 12.30pm on Thursday

Last Updated: 11/11/20 3:26pm

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Great sporting moments are worth the wait!
Great sporting moments are worth the wait!

The Masters is finally here! It’s a little later in the year than scheduled, but nevertheless, it has finally arrived and promises to be another drama-filled tournament.

Ahead of the Masters returning for the first time in 19 months, Sky Sports have looked back at other great sporting moments that have been worth waiting for.

Defending champion Tiger Woods will seek to land a 16th major title and win back-to-back Green Jackets at Augusta National for the second time in his career.

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Could this year’s rearranged edition be the moment for Rory McIlroy to win an elusive Masters and complete a career Grand Slam at his sixth attempt.

Watch the video above to relive some of sport’s memorable moments, including Manchester City’s last-gasp Premier League title win in 2012 and Frank Bruno winning the WBC heavyweight title at his fourth attempt.

When’s The Masters on Sky Sports?

Ways to watch The Masters live on Sky Sports’ dedicated Masters channel.

Watch The Masters this week live on Sky Sports, with all four rounds exclusively live on Sky Sports’ Masters channel. Live coverage beings with Featured Groups from 12.30pm on Thursday.

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Source : Sky Sports