The Masters, one of the PGA tour's four major annual events, returns for its 82nd tournament starting Thursday, April 5 and concluding Sunday, April 8 at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga. A resurgent Tiger Woods is the favorite to win, and if he does it'll be his first major in a decade. So that possibility alone means this is going to be an exciting tournament.
The tournament's broadcast will be spread over three networks this year. ESPN will air the first two days of the tournament, while CBS, the tournament's longtime home, owns the later rounds. Network coverage starts at 3/2c each day. CBS Sports Network has the daily preshow from 11/10c to 1/12c.
Your overall best bet for streaming is Hulu with Live TV, which includes ESPN and CBS in many markets. Masters.com also has several hours of daily live stream from the green for hardcore Masters fans. fuboTV has CBS and CBS Sports, but not ESPN. So if you just want to watch the final round and the presentation of the green jacket, that's a good option.
Golf Magazine has your detailed breakdown of the tournament schedule.
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