This week marks the start of the one of golf’s biggest events: The Masters. The world’s best golfers have gathered in Augusta, Georgia for their chance to wear the coveted green jacket. And the good news is you can watch all of the tournament coverage without a pay TV subscription!
The first two rounds are broadcasting on ESPN Thursday and Friday. CBS will show the last two rounds on Saturday and Sunday. You can also livestream on Masters.com or on the Masters app.
You’ll need a streaming service like Sling or YouTube TV to watch the first two rounds on ESPN. And most streaming services offer a free 7-day trial so you don’t have to worry about paying a subscription fee for watching the Masters.
However, all you need to watch the last two rounds and the green jacket ceremony is an over-the-air digital antenna! Check out the full schedule below.
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