The agreement comes as Adam Scott will defend his 2013 US Masters title in April.
Seven will enjoy exclusive free broadcast television rights as well as opportunities across Seven’s digital platforms, including online, IPTV, mobile and Hybrid Broadcast Broadband Television.
Seven’s Head of Sport, Saul Shtein: “This is a terrific signing for Seven. The Masters is the world’s greatest event in golf and it certainly is up there as one of the great sports events in the world. Importantly, the signing of the Masters reaffirms a key strategy in our future: a focus on live coverage of major sports events across our broadcast television platform and leveraging and expanding that presence into new forms of content delivery.
“Adam Scott winning the famed Green Jacket — and his form here during our summer of golf — has reignited interest in the sport. We’re looking forward to his defence of the Masters title this coming April and couldn’t be happier to be working with Augusta National and the team at CBS Sports and ESPN to deliver all-encompassing coverage of the Tournament on our digital broadcast platform.
“We can’t wait to be the home of the Masters in Australia and are looking forward to delivering the event across broadcast television, online and mobile.”