When spring finally breaks, the grass becomes a bit greener, and it’s time to head outdoors. And that can only mena one thing — it’s time for The Masters.
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Kicking off on Thursday (April 11), The Masters is one of the most famous and awe-inspiring golf events of the year, welcoming golfers from around the world to Augusta, Georgia, to see which of them can take home the green jacket in golf’s first major tournament of the year.Golf fans around the world will undoubtedly be watching The Masters. And this year, watching the four-day golf tournament will be easier than ever, thanks to additional streams that aim at giving fans more from their Masters experience.In addition to watching the tournament, which concludes this Sunday (April 14), fans can go to the Masters On the Range livestream on the Masters website and app and see players warm up. A Featured Groups option will help folks find the pairings they care most about and a livestream from Amen Corner between the 11th, 12th, and 13th holes will allow fans to check in to see how players are faring at the critical point in the course. Another camera will be sitting at holes 15 and 16, allowing fans to livestream all the action there.Of course, nothing beats actually being at The Masters. But if you can’t be there, taking full advantage of those streams seems like the next best thing.MORE: Best and Worst Cable TV AlternativesThat said, you won’t be able to see those streams if you’re watching the tournament via your cable or satellite box. In a world where folks are increasingly cutting the cord, it’s the streaming services that deliver the best overall experience.So, to help you find out how to stream The Masters and see all the extra content you can’t get elsewhere, we’ve compiled the following guide.When is The 2019 Masters?The 2019 Masters kicks off from Augusta National Golf Club on Thursday, April 11. The tournament will be a four-day affair and run through Sunday, April 14, when the victor will be awarded the Green Jacket.Which channels are broadcasting The Masters?This year, both ESPN and CBS have the exclusive broadcast rights to The Masters in the U.S. ESPN will be airing the tournament live on Thursday and Friday, starting at 3 p.m. ET. CBS will pick up where things left off at 3 p.m. ET on Saturday, with final round coverage beginning at 2 p.m. Sunday.It’s important to remember the Masters does things a little bit differently than other golf tournaments, which feature wall-to-wall coverage. In contrast, the Masters limits its TV coverage to a smaller window on CBS and ESPN. If you want to watch more of the tournament, head to the Masters Live Stream on CBSSports.com, which begins at 9:15 a.m. ET for the first and second rounds on Thursday and Friday and 11 a.m. ET over the weekend.