The Masters is the world’s most popular professional golf tournament for men. Every year over 13 million viewers tune in to follow the entire action. Tiger Woods won the last Masters tournament – can he defend his title or hand over a green jacket to a new champion? Rory McIlroy could also be the sixth golfer to win all four majors tournaments. With so much to follow, here are all the options.
The official website for the Masters tournament is Live streaming the game for free. There are different views for fans to see each drive and putt. The stream provides views of Amen Corner, the featured group, holes 4, 5 and 6, and holes 15 and 16.
You can also stack streams and display up to four views at a time. The best feature, however, is masters.com’s “My Group” view. Fans can group their favorite golfers to follow in place of the featured group.
For golf fans, masters.com is the best place to watch the tournament. The leaderboard is at the top of every page. In addition to the live stream, there is a tracking system that shows which hole each golfer is at and where the leader is. In the tracking option, you can see each shot in a game-cast format.
ESPN broadcasts the Masters all weekend on ESPN and ESPN +. So ESPN only has a general television broadcast ESPN + offers more coverage. ESPN + has the same views as master.com, except you can create your own group.
If you have ESPN +, we highly recommend using the service to watch the masters. The streaming service has a TV app on most TVs and systems such as Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Xbox, and PlayStation. If you don’t already have ESPN +, the streaming service is $ 4.99 per month, or you can bundle it with Disney + & Hulu for $ 12.99 per month.
CBS Sports broadcast its coverage of the Masters on its website cbssports.com & CBS All Access. There is coverage of the featured group, Amen Corner, and holes 15 and 16. You can also see an aerial photo of each hole. If you’re not viewing the live stream in full screen, the leaderboard is next to the screen. CBS coverage is free, but ESPN and masters.com are more to offer for golf fans.
There are a few other places you can catch Reporting on the Masters tournament. These nontraditional TV providers include Hulu + Live TV, FuboTV, and Sling. Fubo has the most extensive range of sports channels. The next best deal is Hulu + Live TV. The great thing about Hulu is that it’s all on one website. All of your streaming, live shows and movies are on the same homepage.
Sling is the most cost-effective option, but it only offers 33 channels compared to the channel options from Hulu & FuboTV. Hulu + Live TV is the best option for cable cutters. If you already have Hulu or the Disney + package, it’s worth upgrading both to Live TV.
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