Last Updated: 03/04/14 4:29pm
The Masters - All 4 days live ONLY on Sky Sports
Golf's finest go head-to-head for the coveted Masters green jacket in April - and you can see all of the action unfold with Sky Sports HD.
All four days of the Augusta showpiece, which takes place April 10-13 - as well as the pre-tournament Par 3 contest - will be shown live on Sky Sports in 2014.
World number one Tiger Woods may be out injured, but there are plenty of big stars ready to stake their claim, including last year's winner, Adam Scott, who with a second major win could snatch top spot in the world rankings.
From Great Britain, major winners Rory McIlroy, Justin Rose and Graeme McDowell should all be in contention come day four but look out for Masters master, Lee Westwood - the 40-year-old may not have won a major but in his past six starts at Augusta he has only finished out of the top 11 once.
Then there's the likes of Spaniard Sergio Garcia, Race to Dubai-FedEx Cup double winner Henrik Stenson, three-time Masters champ Phil Mickelson and serial major runner-up Jason Day to look forward to watching play on the wonderful fairways and greens of Augusta.
But, whoever prevails, Sky Sports HD is the place to be to see the drama play out with extensive coverage, while Sky Sports News will bring you all the latest news first.
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Wed April 9: Par 3 Live (7pm, Sky Sports 4 HD)
Thu April 10: Day 1 live (7pm, Sky Sports 4 HD)
Fri April 11: Day 2 live (7pm, Sky Sports 4 HD)
Sat April 12: Day 3 live (7pm, Sky Sports 4 HD)
Sun April 13: Day 4 live (6pm, Sky Sports 4 HD)
Don't forget to make use of our Red Button services. From Thursday April 10 you can watch live coverage from Amen Corner, Featured Groups 1&2, On the Range, Holes 15&16 and rolling highlights of all the day's action just by pressing your red button.
You can also see Masters Breakfast - live on Sky Sports 4 HD at 9am - from Thursday 10 to Sunday 13.
Plus, throughout the week we will also bring you features, including episodes on Seve Ballesteros and Jack Nicklaus in Sporting Greats, interviews with Ian Woosnam and Tony Jacklin in Sporting Heroes, and The Masters Official Film, which looks back at some of the great victories of the past.