It all comes down to this: live at the Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia, the final round of the 2021 Masters Tournament. Has Justin Rose won the Masters Tournament? Today, we’ll all find out.
And after this is all over, only one person will be named “The Master of Golf,” and allowed to order the rest of the golfers around as his butlers. I don’t know if this is true — it’s probably not — but there is a famous Seinfeld episode where they talk about being “master of my domain” and I’ll assume it’s either the butler thing, or that. Either way, these pretzels are making me thirsty.
Whatever is happening, there are a lot of different ways to watch golf today; whether you’ve got cable, or not.
THE MASTERS 2021 FINAL ROUND: TIME/TV SCHEDULE:
You can watch the coverage today starting at 2pm ET and running until 7pm ET on the Masters website and NBC’s Gold Channel live stream (you’ll need a valid cable login). You can also stream online coverage on CBS Sports and Paramount+ (more info below).
- Sunday (4/11/21): Live coverage will air on CBS from 2:00-7:00 p.m. ET
A full schedule can be found on the Masters website.
WHERE TO WATCH THE MASTERS 2021:
You can live stream the 2021 Masters on ESPN, ESPN+, Paramount+, CBS, CBS Sports, NBC Sports’ Golf Channel, fuboTV, Amazon’s Prime Video (through Paramount+), and the Masters website/app. Specific streaming information for each service below.
HOW TO WATCH THE 2021 MASTERS LIVE ONLINE:
There are a variety of ways to watch the 2021 Masters live:
How To Watch The Masters Live On Paramount+: You can watch coverage of the Masters live on your computer, smartphone, tablet, connected device, or smart TV with Paramount+ or the Paramount+ app. Formerly known as CBS All Access, Paramount+ is available for $59.99/year (limited commercials) or $99.99/year (commercial free). You can also purchase a monthly subscription for $5.99/month (limited commercials) or $9.99/month (commercial free). A free trial is available for new subscribers.
CBS Sports/CBS Sports App: You can stream the Masters live on the CBS Sports website or app from 10:15am-7:00pm.
The Masters Website/Golf Channel: Both The Masters website and the Golf Channel also offer live streams of the 2021 Masters.
ESPN+: ESPN+ will also host live coverage of the Masters. Decider’s Tobey Grumet Segal wrote a streaming guide about how to watch the Masters on ESPN+.
WHERE CAN I DOWNLOAD THE MASTERS APP?
The Masters app is available on iTunes, Google Play, and more.
HOW TO WATCH THE MASTERS ON AMAZON’S PRIME VIDEO:
You can watch the Masters live on Prime Video by adding Paramount+ to your account for an additional $5.99/month. A seven-day free trial is available for eligible subscribers.
HOW TO WATCH THE 2021 MASTERS ON ESPN:
If you have a valid cable login, you can find an ESPN live stream via the “watch live” section on the ESPN website or the ESPN app, which you can download on iTunes, Google Play, or Amazon. You can also locate an ESPN live stream with an active subscription to an over-the-top streaming service that offers ESPN. Thankfully, you have a number of options, including fuboTV, YouTube TV, Hulu + Live TV, Sling TV, and AT&T TV NOW.
HOW TO WATCH THE 2021 MASTERS ON CBS:
If you have a valid cable login, you can watch The Masters live stream on CBS.com or the CBS app.
CAN I WATCH THE MASTERS ON FUBOTV?
Yes! FuboTV includes CBS, ESPN, and the Golf Channel. Offering over 100+ channels, the streaming service is available for as little as $64.99/month. Fubotv also offers a seven-day free trial for eligible subscribers, and guarantees no shrinkage. That’s another Seinfeld reference.