The Masters is the first tournament of the four major championships. The tournament started about 87 years ago and ever since the best professional golfers have all played at the Augusta National Golf Club for the chance to wear the ‘green jacket.’
Last year saw golf legend, Tiger Woods, record an impressive victory. The victory at the 2019 Masters Tournament was Woods’ fifth in total and this year he would have his eyes set on matching Jack Nicklaus’s record of six victories at The Masters. The Masters is slated for the 9th of April to the 12th of April; this will be the 84th edition of the tournament.
Many fans of the sport have moved away from watching golf on cable or satellite; instead, they go for streaming options available in high-quality videos. Every year, golf fans ask the question of how to stream Masters Golf live on any of their mobile devices. This is why we have provided you with a detailed guide on all the streaming options available to fans in the United States and outside the United States.
- Watch on Master.com: This is also available on a mobile app that is compatible with android and iOS devices. Get free live streaming of the event here if you live in the United States.
- Watch on ESPN: ESPN is the official broadcaster of the first two rounds in the United States. ESPN channels are available on streaming services such as Sling TV, Hulu TV, PlayStation Vue, fuboTV e.tc.
- Watch on CBS: The network is the official broadcaster of the final two rounds and is also available on these streaming services.
- Watch Using VPN: Live streaming option is usually restricted to some regions but you can find a way around this by using a VPN. All you need is a high-speed internet connection and access to these streaming services.