The 2023 Masters Are in Full Swing! Here's How to Tune in to the Tournament
The 2023 Masters kicked off on Thursday, April 6, and will run until Sunday, April 9. Here's how you can watch on TV and on streaming services.
Golf season is in full swing! The 2023 Masters kicked off on Thursday, April 6, and will run until Sunday, April 9. As per usual, it is being hosted at the Augusta National Golf Club, a private course in Augusta, Ga. This is the tournament's 87th year in session.
Eighty-eight of the world's best golfers will compete for the green jacket, including 20 former champions. Scottie Scheffler, who won the 2022 Masters, will defend his title against the likes of Phil Mickelson, Hideki Matsuyama, and Tiger Woods.
While spectators are allowed, those tickets are extremely hard to come by. That said, the majority of golf fans will most likely be watching from home. Not sure where to tune in and on what days? Worry not, we've got all your viewing options listed below.
Here's how to watch the 2023 Masters live.
For cable subscribers, if you have ESPN and CBS as part of your TV channel package, then you are all set.
On Thursday, April 6, and Friday, April 7, you can watch the Masters live on ESPN. Note that things change around a bit on the weekend, though: On Saturday, April 8, and Sunday, April 9, you can instead watch the tournament live on CBS.
There are also a bunch of streaming options for the 2023 Masters.
Looking to stream instead? Thankfully, there are several options for watching Masters coverage. First off, you can always visit Masters.com or download the Masters Live App.
And you can also check out Paramount Plus, the CBS Sports App, CBSSports.com, ESPN Plus, and FuboTV.
FuboTV plans start at $74.99 a month, but you could opt for a free seven-day trial. Meanwhile, ESPN Plus plans start at $9.99 per month. You could also consider subscribing or doing a free trial of Paramount Plus to view all content. If you already maxed out your free trial, Paramount Plus plans start at $4.99 a month.