Masters Golf Live Stream 2017: How to Watch Masters Golf Live TV schedule, tee times, updates

It won’t take long for the new, extended stream coverage to become a benefit. Rickie Fowler and Masters Golf Live Stream Jordan Spieth are among the biggest names in the field and both will be on the course before 10 a.m.

 

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Like the other services, you can start a free trial if you want to test out Sling TV and watch Soccer live stream free during the prelims. Also, if you decide to sign up make sure you take a look at the current offers on streaming devices, like Rokus, for anyone who subscribes.

and a major part of the early featured group coverage. Fowler will play with Zach Johnson and Cheng Jin on Thursday in the first featured group of the morning, they are scheduled to tee off at 9:26 a.m. Spieth will begin his Masters championship defense at 9:48 a.m., playing with Paul Casey and Bryson DeChambeau. The extended featured group stream will be a major boost for viewers, but it isn’t the only option to watch the first round. There will three other streams in addition to the featured group coverage. One stream will focus only on Amen Corner while another will broadcast from hole Nos. 15 and 16. Those streams start a little later in the day, but will allow viewers to watch the majority of the field make its way through key stretches of the back nine. Those three streams will be available only on Masters.com while it and ESPN will also offer a simulcast of the television broadcast. That stream isn’t scheduled to start until 3 p.m. ET. Combined, viewers will be able to watch live golf from roughly 9:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. That is a healthy 10 hours of coverage. It may not be as much as other majors, but it’s a significant improvement and one that will be welcomed by golf fans.Here is a look at the players who will play in the first round featured groups as well as a complete look at the online and TV coverage for Thursday.Are you ready for championship Sunday from Augusta National live on your television and streaming to your computer? It really is the best time of the year. The 2016 Masters gets comes to an end with Round 4 on Sunday, and Masters Golf 2017 Live   has continuous live coverage of the entire day. Here’s a look at the schedule of events so you can watch all the action on TV and online. If you don’t want to be glued to the screen, be sure to check back with CBS Sports as we will feature a live blog Sunday covering every angle and highlight from the 2016 Masters. The second round of the Masters begins from Augusta National on Friday as the 89-player field returns to the course ahead of the cut. Friday is shaping up to be a big day in the tournament with weather likely playing a major role. For some big names, a push is needed to even make the cut and play the weekend. For others, it’s all about turning in another good round to remain in contention.If the round goes like the last five rounds of the Masters have gone, Jordan Spieth will end in the lead. He went wire-to-wire last year on the way to winning the green jacket. He didn’t go quite as low on Thursday as he did in the first round last year, but his 6-under 66 was good enough to take the first-round lead. Spieth is now 24-under during his last 90 holes at Augusta National. The rest of the field is now tasked with chasing Spieth and viewers will get to watch more of the action live than ever before. The coverage from Augusta National is extended this year, allowing for viewers to watch significantly more life golf. The TV coverage remains the same as any Friday, the changes are instead in the online coverage. In previous years, the featured group stream was extremely limited and mostly only provided coverage on the back nine. That is no longer the case and instead viewers will be able to watch a plethora of featured groups, beginning the moment they step to the first tee. The featured group stream is scheduled to begin at 9:37 a.m. ET on Friday, roughly three hours earlier than it did last year.Bubba Watson, Branden Grace and Ian Poulter make up the first featured group. A host of other big names will also be among the featured pairings including Dustin Johnson, Phil Mickelson and Adam Scott. Rory McIlroy and Spieth will not be among those groups. Spieth tees off in the afternoon and much of his round will occur during the television coverage. That really only leaves McIlroy as the big name who will play largely without coverage.

 Fans wanting to watch McIlory and the other players not in the featured groups can catch a glimpse on two of the other streams. Masters.com also has a live stream of Amen Corner and another covering hole Nos. 15 and 16. While it isn’t as extensive as the featured groups, it is additional coverage.For many golf fans, the Masters Tournament is the most important major of the season. For one thing, it is the first major and any player who wins can now be in the discussion of going after the Grand Slam, or winning all four majors in a season. In addition, the history of the Masters Golf 2017 Live Stream  is undeniably. Some of the best and most memorable rounds of golf have been played here and the fact that golfing legend himself Bobby Jones built the course takes it to a whole other level.
Wondering how to watch the Masters online? Now, if you are a cable cutter don’t worry about missing any of the action. There are multiple options out there to watch the Masters live stream without cable even though it is broadcast on ESPN the first two rounds and CBS the last two. Read on to learn all about the options.
a cable alternative launched last year by Dish Network, will be a great way to watch the Masters online before the weekend rounds. The first two days, Thursday and Friday, of the Masters will be broadcast on ESPN. Well, Sling TV includes ESPN in its basic package, so that means a subscription will make it incredibly easy to watch the Masters streaming. Sling TV (review) costs only $20 per month and provides live streaming access to more than 20 cable channels including ESPN, ESPN2, TBS, TNT, CNN, and ESPN3 (Accessed on WatchESPN with your Sling TV login). All of these channels can be streamed with your phone, tablet, computer, or devices like Roku or Chromecast on your TV. In addition, watching a Masters live stream doing the Thursday and Friday round you should be able to watch the Par-3 Tournament on Wednesday live on ESPN as well. If you are most interested in watching on your TV, a device like a Roku will be incredibly helpful. You can get a Roku 2 free or half-off a Roku 3 if you subscribe for three months of Sling TV. I love this deal, because when you break it down you get basically $10 off the Roku 2 which retails at $70 and then Sling TV is just an incredible added bonus! Masters Golf Live Stream One more deal Sling TV offers is if you are a T-Mobile customer you get 30% off of the base Sling TV package, so now it’d be only $14 per month! Plus, if you decide to watch a Masters live stream on your phone it does not affect your data limits if you have the Binge On Plan. Learn more about the deal and start your 7-day free trial now!