How to Watch the 2017 Masters Without Paying for Cable TV




The Masters is kicking off today at Augusta National Golf Club, and we have the full guide to watching it as a cord cutter.

Thursday, April 6 & Friday, April 7, 2017

ESPN will have full coverage of the Masters from 3 PM to 7:30 PM Eastern. You can find ESPN on Sling TV, PlayStation Vue, and DIRECTV NOW.

Saturday, April 8 & Sunday, April 9, 2017

CBS will have full weekend coverage of the Masters. On Saturday it will have coverage from 3 PM to 7 PM Eastern. On Sunday April 9, it will air coverage from 2 PM to 7 PM Eastern.

CBS is free over the air, and it’s the best way to watch it if you can. To find out if you can get CBS for free, check out If you cannot get ESPN for free, many CBS stations are now available with CBS All Access or PlayStation Vue.

Free Streaming Options

You can also find some Masters coverage at It will be live streaming from the range, Amen Corner, the 15th and 16th holes and more. The 15th and 16th hole stream, during tournament rounds, will be available in 4K video, which is four-times the resolution of HD.

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