Hideki Matsuyama arrives as defending champion after becoming Japan’s first winner of a Men’s Major 12 months ago, while November 2020 winner Dustin Johnson is also among the main contenders after got off to a good start.
Scottie Scheffler is the new world number 1 after a blistering start to the year and sits well in the top ten after round one, while in-form Cameron Smith is on the hunt for a first green jacket despite a double bogey d opening and closing. .
Tiger Woods is somehow fit to seek a sixth Augusta title just 14 months after a life-threatening car crash, and shot an under-par first round to stay in the game.
Here’s everything you need to know about how to follow the action…
How to watch the 2022 Masters
TV channel: The Masters will be shown live on Sky Sports Golf and, at selected times over the four days, also on Sky Sports Main Event.
On Friday, Sky Sports Golf coverage begins with featured bands from 2pm, with various hole-by-hole options also available on the red button, before more comprehensive coverage from 7.30pm.
On Saturday and Sunday, Sky Sports Golf covers the whole day, starting with the Masters Breakfast at 9am.
Direct: Sky Sports subscribers can stream the action live on mobile, tablet or computer via the SkyGo app.