Watch the PGA Masters on 9Now
9Now is showing the whole tournament for free. To watch:
- Get ExpressVPN
- Connect to an Australian server location
- Head to the 9Now Masters page
- You’re all set!
Get the official live stream on CBS
CBS has been televising the U.S. Masters since 1956. You can also check out the live coverage of the tournament on the official Masters site.
Here’s how to watch the Masters outside the U.S. with a VPN:
- Get ExpressVPN
- Connect to a U.S. server location
- If you have a CBS subscription, head to www.cbssports.com/stream. Otherwise, head to fuboTV, YouTube TV, Hulu, DirecTV, or PlayStation Vue and use a free trial.
- Watch the Masters 2019 live!
Follow Masters golf results on BBC
The BBC is one of the best places to get updates for the tournament.
From the latest news to expert analysis, be sure to check the BBC’s Masters Tournament page to stay in the know as the tournament progresses!
Watch the Masters in the UK
Broadcast rights to the Masters in the UK have in recent years been held by both the BBC and Sky Sports. Streaming the BBC usually requires a UK postcode, while Sky Sports is available to subscribers. The video is similar to the CBS or ESPN feeds.
Stream the Masters in Canada
When is the Masters?
The 83rd edition of the Masters will run from April 11 to 14.
|April 11||Round 1||3 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.||ESPN and CBS|
|April 12||Round 2||3 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.||ESPN and CBS|
|April 13||Round 3||3 p.m. – 7 p.m.||CBS|
|April 14||Round 4||2 p.m. – 7 p.m.||CBS|
Is there a Golf Channel stream for the Masters?
The Golf Channel belongs to NBC, which does not own coverage for the Masters.
That said, you can visit the Golf Channel’s Masters Tournament page to view the latest leaderboards and player statistics.
Where will the Masters tournament be played?
As always, the Masters will be played at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia.
With an $11 million purse on the line, you can be sure the golfers will be giving their best in sunny Augusta!
2019 Masters winners prediction
You can’t predict the Masters, but let’s try anyway.
Patrick Reed won the 2018 tournament with a final round 71 (−1) for 273 (−15), besting runner-up Rickie Fowler by one stroke.
That said, Francesco Molinari has been playing like a favorite and is currently sitting on a -13. Who wins?
Share who you think is going to win in the comments—and set up your VPN to make sure you don’t miss a shot!