It’s spring time…and for us, spring officially starts when the Masters happens.
The beautiful landscaping of Augusta National, the pastel colors and perfectly manicured greens, the drama on Sunday. It’s all riveting television.
But how can you watch this awesome event without a cable subscription?
We’ve got a couple of ways to help.
As usual, this is the best option for live local HD channels. And since the weekend coverage of the Masters is shown on CBS, it’s perfect for watching the most important days of the Masters Tournament.
Check your local listing to make sure you know which channel is CBS.
Coverage on CBS goes from 3pm-7pm EST on Saturday and 2pm-7pm EST on Sunday.
For the Thursday and Friday rounds, the coverage will be handled by ESPN, but you can catch a good amount of the tournament on their website. It doesn’t cover every group, but it will cover some of the most famous parts of Augusta National.
The streaming schedule for Thursday and Friday are:
- Featured Groups — 9:15 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
- Amen Corner — 10:45 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- Holes 15 & 16 — 11:45 a.m. to 7 p.m.
These streams can also be seen on cbssports.com.
Fubo TV offers live and on-demand content including sports. They also offer a seven day free trial that can be used to watch the Masters Tournament.
We recommend downloading Fubo TV from Aptoide on the Ti8.
Sling TV offers ESPN as a channel which will give you the coverage from Thursday and Friday. Along with your HD Antenna you’ll get all four days of coverage.
Plus they offer a seven day free trial as well. Make sure to choose the plan that includes ESPN.
We hope this helps stream some great golf this weekend. Enjoy!