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- The Masters kicks off this week, with the tournament running from April 5-8.
- Cable coverage will be split between CBS, CBS Sports, and ESPN.
- Fans can also live stream events from The Masters’ website.
The Masters kicks off this week, and with Tiger Woods returning to golf and several big names playing well of late, it feels like a bigger deal than usual.
If you want to watch the biggest tournament in golf, you’ll have several options, from traditional cable to live streams on The Masters’ website.
The tournament takes place from April 5-8, but there will be coverage starting on Monday. Here’s a breakdown, courtesy of Golf.com.
CBS, CBS Sports, and ESPN will split coverage throughout the tournament (all times ET).
- Monday, 4/2, 12-2 pm: CBS Sports
- Tuesday, 4/3, 9-11 am: CBS Sports
- Wednesday, 4/4, 9-11 am: CBS Sports; 3-5 pm: ESPN (The Par 3 contest)
- Thursday, 4/5, 11 am-1 pm: CBS Sports; 3-7:30 pm: ESPN
- Friday, 4/6, 11 am-1 pm: CBS Sports; 3-7:30 pm: ESPN
- Saturday, 4/7, 11 am-1 pm: CBS Sports; 3-7:30 pm: CBS
- Sunday, 4/8, 11 am-1 pm: CBS Sports; 2-7 pm: CBS
If you wish to stream the tournament on The Masters website, here at the times (each day will have streams for different events, such as the featured groups or different holes):
- Monday: 12 pm-3 pm
- Tuesday: 9-11 am
- Wednesday: 9-11 am, 3-5 pm
- Thursday: 7:45 am-7:30 pm
- Friday: 8:30 am-7:30 pm
- Saturday: 11 am-7 pm
- Sunday: 10:45 am-7 pm