The coverage of the Masters tournament is divided into several television networks, streaming platforms, and websites, making it confusing to understand how to watch. The good news is that for golf fans, some of them have free viewing options.
Here’s how you can catch Sunday’s final round.
Traditional television coverage of the final round of the tournament, which ends with someone donning a green jacket, can be seen on CBS Eastern time from 2 to 7 pm. That coverage will be simulcast CBS Sports App and on Paramount + Streaming service.
All day coverage
Groups start closing in the morning, though, and you can start watching the Masters with your coffee. There are four different “channels” to watch on Masters Livestream:
These options all start and end at different times, depending on whether the first golfers reach different holes, but the featured channel closes the channel at 10:25 am is. Featured groups are Paul Casey and Billy Horschel (10:30 pm), Bryson DeChambo and Harris English (11am), Justin Spieth and Brian Herman (2:10 pm) and Justin Rose and Mark Leishman (2:30 pm) .
You can watch the Masters livestream at many different locations. ESPN +, Paramount +, To CBS Sports Applications, CBSSports.com And Masters Com Everyone carries it.
If you’re more interested in analyzing footage of golfers talking head to head and practicing their tee ahead of time, Golf channel But both before and after the main coverage is live from the Masters CBS. If you miss the last round, Encore coverage starts almost immediately, at 8 pm Eastern CBS Sports Network.