The Masters 2018 Practice Round starts on Monday and End Wednesday. Fans can watch The Masters 2018 Practice Round 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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The Masters 2018 Practice Round Live Stream
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2018 Masters Practice Round Tips
The Masters Tournaments golf is a 7-day event, and each day is special for fans. There are three days of Practice Rounds starts on Monday and then four days of Competitive Rounds starts on Thursday. One notable difference is that cameras are allowed on the golf course during Practice Rounds but not on the Competitive Rounds. Here is a detailed breakdown with day-by-day tips:
- You’re allowed to bring cameras in only during the practice rounds, so seize the opportunity! You can even bring in large DSLRs within reason, but don’t go overboard with your paparazzi lens.
- Most visitors report that parking is generally not a problem on practice round days, and parking is free. Just get there a bit early and you’ll be good to go.
- Do NOT bring in your cell phone, you’ll be banned from the course if you’re caught with it.
- Unlike other events, food is generally affordable, so enjoy the grub inside Augusta!
- Get to the gift shop as early as you can. It’s the only place you can buy official Masters gear, and much of it sells out later in the week. You clean leave your purchases with the shop and pick them up later.
- The best golfers tend to try to get through the practice rounds as early as possible to avoid the crowds. If you want to catch the greats, get there early.