The first major of the season is upon us as The Masters begins this week from Augusta, Georgia. Here's all the information you need for day one of the tournament, when it is, when do players tee off and how to watch the Masters 2022.
When is The Masters 2022?
The Masters begins this Thursday 7th April and the first group go out at 1pm Irish time
How to watch The Masters 2022
The Masters will be shown live on Sky Sports Golf all week. They'll have build up and coverage on the tournament but their Featured Groups coverage starts at 2pm tomorrow and their full coverage starts at 7pm.
BBC Two will also show Round-by-Round highlights from Midnight.
The Masters 2022 Tee Times
There is four Irishmen playing in this year's Masters, all of whom looking to become the first Irish man to wear the green jacket.
Former Open and USPGA champion Padraig Harrington tees off with the second group of the day at 1:11pm. He's playing with American amateur Austin Greaser and Canadian Mike Weir.
2019 Open Champion Shane Lowry is the next Irishman up and he tees off at 3:01pm. He's playing with Kevin Na and Max Homa, both from the US.
Séamus Power is playing in his first ever Masters tournament at the age of 35 and he starts off at 5:24pm. He is playing alongside Australia's Lucas Herbert and 2018 Masters Champion Patrick Reed.
Rory McIlroy is last out on Thursday and he begins his round at 7:03pm alongside Matthew Fitzpatrick and multiple time major winner Brooks Koepka. Koepka's caddy is from Northern Ireland so there will be some nice exchanges with McIlroy's team
Out of the other competitors, Tiger Woods tees off at 3:34, world number one Jon Rahm starts at 6:41 and defending champion Hideki Matsuyama tees off at 3:45pm.