The first PGA event is taking place in November instead of April of this year, but you can still watch it live today without cable

It is said that the Masters Championship is an unparalleled tradition, and this year’s Masters Championship will be different from any previous version. It is usually held in April as the first major tournament on the calendar. Today, and this will be the first time the Masters will be held when the azalea is not in bloom on another occasion, this year’s tournament will be devoid of spectators.

Tiger Woods is the defending champion, and although he may be the owner of five green jackets, he is not favored to win his sixth sixth this week, Bryson Deschamboe is the favorite to pick up his first green jacket, followed by Dustin Johnson, John Ram and Justin Thomas, And Rory McIlroy

With or without cable TV, golf enthusiasts have plenty of ways to watch the world’s best golfers compete on the world’s best golf course this week Here’s what you need to know

Tiger Woods will be at the 2020 Masters at the Augusta National Golf Club, but spectators won’t be.

ESPN will broadcast the first two rounds on Thursday and Friday, and CBS will cover the weekend for the last two games

On the Masters website or mobile app, you can go live without having to log into a pay TV service provider. You can also watch the Masters live broadcast on CBSSportscom or the CBS Sports app, and also without the need for paid TV credentials the Masters website will contain Will be broadcasting simultaneous television broadcasts every day, and Masters and CBS Sports will be offering five additional live broadcasts for each of the four tournament days:

If you don’t have a cable or satellite subscription, you can watch Masters with a live TV service that offers all five major services ESPN, and four of the five (all except Sling TV) offer CBS if you’re only interested in watching the last two rounds From the tournament over the weekend, you can use CBS All Access The important thing is that not every service carries every local network, so check each one using the links below to make sure it carries CBS in your area.

If you live in an area with good reception, you can watch the weekend coverage on CBS for free on live broadcast channels only by connecting an affordable indoor antenna (under $ 30) to almost any TV

Hulu with Live TV is $ 55 per month and includes CBS and ESPN. Click the “View Channels in Your Area” link on its welcome page to see which local channels are available in your zip code

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Includes AT&T Now $ 55 / Month Package Plus CBS and ESPN You can use our channel finder tool to find out which local channels are available where you live

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FuboTV Standard Plan costs $ 60 per month and includes CBS and ESPN Click here to see which local channels you are getting

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YouTube TV costs $ 65 per month and includes CBS and ESPN Plug your zip code into its welcome page to find out which local networks are available in your area

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You can watch the last two rounds of the Master’s program on CBS Online Streaming Service CBS All Access costs $ 5 99 per month Check here (under “Live TV 24/7”) to see if it is streaming live to your local CBS station

It doesn’t offer any of Sling TV’s plans for CBS, but Orange’s $ 30 per month plan includes ESPN for the first two rounds of the tournament

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All of the above live TV services offer free trials, allow you to cancel at any time and require a strong internet connection Looking for more information? Check out our massive streaming services directory

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