Masters Live Stream Guide 2017: How to Watch The Masters Online

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The Masters is the biggest tournament of the year for the golf community. Want to watch The Masters live stream?

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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 is undeniably interesting. 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. If you’re wondering how to watch The Masters online, you’ve come to the right place.

Wondering how to watch the Masters live stream? 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.

Looking for a Masters live stream in the UK? Click here for your legal options.

 

Watch The Masters Online with CBS All Access (CBS Events)

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For the events covered on CBS, which includes the most important rounds of the tournament, CBS All Access will be the best way to stream The Masters online.

CBS All Access is a service offered by CBS itself. It lets subscribers watch CBS online, without a cable subscription. It’s priced at just $5.99 per month, which obviously is quite affordable. It’s also non-contract, which means you can cancel at any time.

CBS All Access will provide a good way to watch The Masters online throughout the tournament. Check out our CBS All Access review to learn more. Or, start things off with a FREE 7-day trial.

 

Watch The Masters Live Stream on Sling TV (ESPN Events)

Sling TV

Sling TV, a cable alternative launched last year by Dish Network, will be a great way to watch the Masters online before the weekend rounds. During the first few days of the Masters, most of the action 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 30 cable channels including ESPN, ESPN2, TBS, TNT, CNN, and ESPN3. All of these channels can be streamed with your phone, tablet, computer, or devices like Roku or Chromecast on your TV.

You can even watch the Masters online free with Sling TV’s 7-day free trial!

If you are most interested in watching on your TV, a device like a Roku will be incredibly helpful. You can get a Roku device for free if you subscribe for three months of Sling TV.

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!

 

Use DIRECTV NOW to Stream The Masters Online

DIRECTV NOW

DIRECTV NOW is another great service to use as an alternative to cable TV. It offers up 60+ channels for $35 per month, with no contract required. It works on most devices, like streaming players, mobile devices and computers.

The basic package includes ESPN, which will cover a good portion of the 2017 Masters tournament. It also offers over 60 other great channels, so there’s plenty to watch! Check the DIRECTV NOW channels list for more information.

DIRECTV NOW also offers a FREE 7-day trial for new members!

 

PlayStation Vue Lets you Watch the Masters Online

Playstation Vue

Another way to watch the first two rounds of the Masters live stream is Sony’s PlayStation Vue. It is a cable alternative, similar to Sling TV, that costs $29.99 per month. For the extra money you get over 45 cable channels including ESPN, ESPN2, TNT, FS1, CNN, and many others. Since ESPN is included, you watch the Par-3 Tournament and first two rounds of the Masters streaming.

You can stream PlayStation Vue (review) with your mobile devices, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, or PlayStation Consoles. Fans living in some areas can actually watch the entire Masters Tournament online. CBS is included in the basic package for these areas, but it does ultimately cost more.

Click here to try a FREE 7-day trial of PlayStation Vue!

 

The Masters App and CBSSports.com Offer Additional Live Stream Coverage

If you can’t get enough coverage of The Masters 2017, you may want to download their app on smartphone and tablet devices. The Masters app offers great supplemental live stream coverage of select events during the tournament, and coverage of some feature groups. While the app also offers The Masters live stream simulcasts of broadcast coverage, you’ll likely need to login with your pay TV provider to access ESPN coverage, and this app is only currently on mobile devices, so you can’t watch on your big screen this way. Check your Apple or Android store to download The Masters live stream app.

CBSSports.com has announced it will also be offering a load of live stream coverage of the tournament. The site will have four channels of Masters streaming coverage, following select groups throughout tournament play. Again, this is some solid supplemental coverage for broadcast coverage of the Masters.

 

Pair an Antenna and OTA DVR to Watch or Record The Masters

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We all know about the old rabbit ear antennas and how they can receive basic cable channels, but there are now new age antennas, like the ones we recommend in our antenna buyers guide, which not only receive the channels but deliver it incredibly clear HD picture. Channels like CBS, FOX, NBC, and ABC can be received with an antenna and if you have one you can easily watch the Masters live right on your TV during the weekend rounds.

Now, if you want to watch a Masters live stream with an antenna you can do that too. Over-the-air DVRs have all the normal features of traditional DVRs like rewind, pause, and record while watching live TV. But, some DVRs, like the best OTA DVRs that we recommend, even connect to the internet and let you watch your live TV streaming on your phone, tablet, or computer. So, you can use this setup to watch the Masters streaming live or you can always record the rounds and watch the Masters online at any time you’d like!

If you want to learn how easy it is to watch golf all season long, check out our full golf guide. Or, if you interested in learning about other sports our guide here would be incredibly useful!

 

Now TV Lets You Watch the Masters Online in the UK

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If you live in the UK area, the Masters will be airing on Sky Sports 4 (day 1 & 2) and Sky Sports 1 (day 3 & 4). The good news is you can stream these channels online without cable, thanks to Now TV. Now TV is a streaming service powered by Sky that gives cord cutters access to a wide range of great programming. The Now TV Sports package gives you live streaming access to all Sky Sports channels, letting you stream the Masters live throughout the tournament. Your best bet is the one week pass for £10.99. Click here to learn more.

 

2017 Masters Tournament TV Schedule

For the full Masters 2017 schedule, head over to the official PGA website.

 

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