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How to Watch The 2019 Masters Live on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, iOS, and Android

A tradition unlike any other — The Masters is here and you can stream all four rounds of the first of golf’s major tournaments, even if you don’t have cable or satellite.

Favorites coming into the tournament, Rory McIlroy, Dustin Johnson, Justin Rose are all looking for their first green jacket. Former Masters champions Jordan Spieth, Bubba Watson, Sergio Garcia, Tiger Woods, and Phil Mickelson all have a chance to add to their legacies.

How to Stream The Masters Online

Over the last 12 months it’s become even easier to watch your favorite golfers compete to win the coveted green jacket at Augusta National Golf Club. The first two rounds of the tournament will air on ESPN, while CBS will air the third and fourth rounds for the 64th consecutive year.

To watch for free, you can try PlayStation Vue or CBS All Access. Additional streaming coverage of Amen Corner, 15th & 16th Hole, and Featured Pairings will be available exclusively on Masters Live.

The Masters Streaming Schedule
  • 4/11 @ 3pm - 7:30pm ET: ESPN
  • 4/12 @ 3pm - 7:30pm ET: ESPN
  • 4/13 @ 3pm - 7pm ET: CBS
  • 4/13 @ 9am - 2pm ET: CBS

1. Subscribe to a Live TV Streaming Service

There are six major streaming providers that offer Live TV Streaming. These allow you to watch all four rounds of the Masters live using iOS, Android, Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV, Chromecast, and Web.

This is the best option for fans that want to watch the first two rounds on ESPN, as well as the third and fourth rounds on CBS hosted by Jim Nantz.

Top Pick

With PlayStation Vue you’ll be able to watch all four rounds of The Masters. You can try it for free with a 5-Day Free Trial.

PlayStation Vue

Price: $45
Includes: CBS, ESPN + 25 Top Cable Channels

Budget Pick

With CBS All Access you’ll be able to watch the final two rounds on CBS. You can try it for free with a 7-Day Free Trial.

CBS All Access

Price: $5.99
Includes: CBS

All Live Streaming Options

You can also stream the March Madness games with PlayStation Vue, Hulu Live TV, Sling TV, DIRECTV NOW, and YouTube TV.

While most services offer CBS, they may not offer it in every city. You can use our Local Channel Finder to find out if it’s available in your market.

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CBS All Access

Price: $5.99
Includes: CBS

PlayStation Vue

Price: $45
Includes: CBS + 25 Top Cable Channels

Hulu Live TV

Price: $45
Includes: CBS, ESPN + 26 Top Cable Channels

DIRECTV NOW

Price: $50
Includes: CBS, ESPN + 23 Top Cable Channels

fuboTV

Price: $55
Includes: CBS + 27 Top Cable Channels

YouTube TV

Price: $50
Includes: CBS, ESPN + 24 Top Cable Channels

2. Watch Masters Live Using The Masters App or CBS Sports App

While you can’t watch the entire tournament, Masters Live featuring live, full-day, streaming video coverage with four channels of golf action for the 2019 Masters Tournament

Masters Live on CBSSports.com and the CBS Sports app will extend CBS Sports’ broadcast coverage of the 2019 Masters, offering more than 110 additional hours of live video, along with in-progress highlights, from Augusta National Golf Club throughout the week of the 2019 Masters.

Featured Groups
  • Thurs & Fri: 9:30am- 7:30pm
  • Sat: 11am-7:30pm
  • Sun: 7:30am - 2:00pm
Amen Corner (11th, 12th, and 13th Holes)
  • Thurs & Fri: 10:45am-6:00pm
  • Sat: 12:30-6:00pm
  • Sun: 7:40am - 1:00pm
15th and 16th
  • Thurs & Fri: 11:45am-7:00pm
  • Sat: 1:30-6:30pm
  • Sun: 8:40am - 1:40pm

If you want to watch the live CBS broadcast, you will need to sign-up for a Free Trial of CBS All-Access.

Masters Live

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