The Masters 2018 Competitive Rounds starts on Thursday and End Sunday. Fans can watch 2018 Masters Competitive Rounds live stream in HD quality from your home through the official website of CBS and ESPN.
When: April 2-8, 2018
Where: Augusta National Golf Club, Augusta, Ga.
TV: CBS and ESPN
ESPN: The Par 3 Contest will be broadcast live from 3 p.m. – 5 p.m. ET on April 4 and live coverage of the tournament will be from 3 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. ET on April 5-6.
CBS: Live TV coverage of will be from 3 p.m.- 7 p.m. on April 7 and from 2 p.m.-7 p.m.on April 8.
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Table of Contents
- 1 2018 Masters Competitive Rounds Live Stream
- 2 The Masters 2018 Competitive Round Online
- 3 The Masters 2018 Competitive Round App
2018 Masters Competitive Rounds Live Stream
Catch The Masters 2018 Competitive Round: Live at home or on the go on your phone, tablet, Smart TV, XBOX ONE, XBOX 360, Android phone, tablet, Apple TV®, iPad 2, iPhone®, iPod touch®, PS3™, PS4™, PLAYSTATION®, PlayStation®Vita, ROKU®, Sony® smart TVs.
The Masters 2018 Competitive Round Online
The Masters golf tournament Competitive Round is streaming live online from April 6 to April 9, and here’s how you can use one to stream golf in HD.
Watch the weekend live on BBC iPlayer (UK)
There are a few different broadcasters this year, but the BBC’s broadcast is usually the most popular. The free BBC iPlayer streaming service has live streaming coverage of the final two days of the tournament. The Masters will most likely be on BBC Two, so go to www.bbc.co.uk/bbctwo to start watching.
Watch the Masters on CBS or the official website (USA)
As always, the U.S. has its own broadcasters too. CBS has been televising the U.S. Masters for over 60 years, but the channel now only shows the weekend’s action. You can also check out the live coverage on the official Masters site.
The Masters 2018 Competitive Round App
Watch the Masters on The Masters app
The Masters app is the official app of The Masters and Augusta National Golf Course. Via the app, users are able to stream video from Amen Corner, Holes 16 and 17 and live coverage of the two featured groups, all from a smartphone or tablet. Users can also check in on the action on the range, watch highlights, interviews and feature videos. Additionally, the app has a live updated leaderboard and news stream, photo gallery, course information and list of pairings and tee times. Fans can set the app to push out scoring alerts from their favorite players.
Watch the Masters on The PGA Tour App
This app allows users to follow all of the scoring and lead changes throughout the tournament. Using the leaderboard feature, users can see how many holes a player is through and their scoring for the round compared to scoring for the tournament. Users are also able to select their favorite players to be viewed together at the top of the leaderboard, instead of having to scroll through the entire field to find a specific player. To view a player’s scorecard, users just click on the player’s name from the leaderboard. The scorecard also features video highlights of that golfer’s best – or worst – moments on the course. Also, straight from the leaderboard, users are able to see Tee Times and the FedEx Cup standings.
Watch the Masters on The Golf Channel App
The Golf Channel has minimal coverage of The Masters, as most of the television rights sit in the hands of ESPN and CBS, but the app still provides users with breaking news updates and video highlights from its various news shows.
Watch the Masters on WatchESPN
Users who get ESPN through a cable subscription can enter their account information into the app, which then allows streaming of full ESPN coverage of the tournament on a smartphone or tablet.