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How To Watch And Stream The 2018 Masters Tournament April 7 And 8 On CBS All Access

$11 million is on the line this April in Augusta, and you can stream it live on a device near you! Check out the schedule and more.
Posted on Apr 3, 2018 | 09:15am
The 2018 edition of The Masters is shaping up to be one for the ages, and you can watch the biggest names in golf—along with some even more intriguing storylines—by streaming all the action live on CBS All Access.

SUBSCRIBE: Sign Up For CBS All Access To Stream The Masters

All eyes will be on Augusta with Tiger Woods roaring back with a form we haven't seen in years. Since he last cracked the top 5 in 2013, his tournament record score (270) has been matched by Jordan Spieth, who will again be in the hunt. They'll be joined by other former champions like three-time winner Phil Mickelson, two-time winner Bubba Watson, and last year's champion Sergio Garcia. Plus, the field includes more of the game's top players like World Money List and FedEx Cup Points leader Justin Thomas, World Golf Rankings leader​ Dustin Johnson, and headliners like Rory McIlroy, Justin Rose, Jason Day, and many more.

The perfect pairing, of course, will be legendary broadcaster Jim Nantz and the rest of the CBS team covering all the action from the Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia.

When to watch golf action live with The Masters Tournament on CBS
Round 3: Saturday, Apr. 7 from 3:00–7:30pm ET
Round 4: Sunday, Apr. 8 from 2:00–7:00pm ET

WATCH LIVE: Stream CBS During The 2018 Masters Tournament

Also, remember you can keep up with the full coverage from CBS Sports and round-the-clock coverage from CBS Sports HQ.

How to watch golf action live online with The Masters Tournament on CBS
Aside from watching the televised broadcasts at their regularly scheduled times on your local CBS station, you can stream the tournament live or on-demand with CBS All Access.

It's as simple as downloading the CBS app, available on iPhone, iPad, Android phone, Android tablet, Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and a number of other connected devices.

Or, visit CBS.com.

CBS All Access offers a lot more, in addition to The Masters
Along with other sports like NCAA on CBS, NCAA Tournament on CBS, and NFL on CBS, the service lets you stream live broadcasts and watch thousands of episodes from CBS shows on demand.

That includes full episodes from current and earlier seasons of your favorite shows like Big Brother (including the new Celebrity edition), NCIS, Survivor, The Big Bang Theory, Blue Bloods, and more, not to mention CBS All Access original series like The Good Fight and Star Trek: Discovery.

Whatever your preference, CBS All Access has you covered for $5.99/month with limited commercials, or you can go commercial-free for $9.99/month!

Sign up for CBS All Access now to enjoy all the action!