The Masters TV Schedule – How to watch the Masters on TV & Live Stream

The Masters 2021 - Tournament Preview and TV/Live Stream Guide

The Masters is back on its traditional playing week as the 85th edition of the major golf tournament begins on Thursday, April 8th. The Augusta National Golf Club stands ready to welcome the elite of golf players for the four-day tournament. Follow the event on TV or live stream by using where you find information on when and how to watch it live. The TV schedule is covering all US and Canadian sports networks and is giving you accurate and up-to-date information on your computer, phone and tablet.

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This is the Masters Tournament

The Masters, or the Masters Tournament, is one of the oldest golf tournaments still running and has long gone traditions. The first edition of the tournament was held back in 1934, still then at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia. The Masters is one of four major golf tournaments every year, the others being the PGA Championship, the U.S. Open and the Open Championship. The tournament is an invitation only which makes the Masters to an exclusive tournament where only the best players are attending. The invitation criteria are pre-determined and mostly focus on players records from various major golf tournaments. The 50 best golf players according to the Official World Golf Ranking are always invited to play in the Masters.


The Masters 2021 – Schedule

8th April – Round 1
9th April – Round 2
10th April – Round 3
11th April – Round 4


1.     Tea Olive, 445 Yards, 4 Par
2.     Pink Dogwood, 575 Yards, 5 Par
3.     Flowering Peach, 350 Yards, 4 Par
4.     Flowering Crab Apple, 240 Yards, 3 Par
5.     Magnolia, 495 Yards, 4 Par
6.     Juniper, 180 Yards, 3 Par
7.     Pampas, 450 Yards, 4 Par
8.     Yellow Jasmine, 570 Yards, 5 Par
9.     Carolina Cherry, 460 Yards, 4 Par
10.  Camellia, 495 Yards, 4 Par
11.  White Dogwood, 505 Yards, 4 Par
12.  Golden Bell, 155 Yards, 3 Par
13.  Azalea, 510 Yards, 5 Par
14.  Chinese Fir, 440 Yards, 4 Par
15.  Firethorn, 530 Yards, 5 Par
16.  Redbud, 170 Yards, 3 Par
17.  Nandina, 440 Yards, 4 Par
18.  Holly, 465 Yards, 4 Par

Previous Champions & Records

The Masters is a tournament with a long and honorable history. The players who have won the tournament throughout the years includes the best players we’ve ever seen on a golf course. Jack Nicklaus is the player who has the most Masters wins, having won the tournament six times between 1963-1986. Last year’s tournament saw Dustin Johnson clinch a record-breaking win as he managed to finish on 268, 20 under par. Dustin Johnson became the first player to ever reach 20 under par in the Masters history.

The winner of the Masters not only get a hefty amount of money and his name engraved on the Masters trophy, but he also gets awarded with a green jacket, a jacket only worn by those who’re members of the Augusta National Golf Club. The winner keeps the jacket for a year until another tournament champion is crowned and the jacket is passed on.

Year, Champion, Score, To Par

2020, Dustin Johnson, 268, -20
2019, Tiger Woods (5), 275, -13
2018, Patrick Reed, 273, -15
2017, Sergio Garcia, 279, -9
2016, Danny Willett, 283, -5

Most Masters Titles

Jack Nicklaus, 6 titles
Tiger Woods, 5 titles
Arnold Palmer, 4 titles

Watch the Masters 2021 live on TV & Live Stream

Watching from the US – ESPN and CBS will be covering the whole tournament, including the pre-tournament events taking place during the week. The Masters will be shown live on both TV and live stream. Find the complete schedule here on and info on how you can watch the Masters 2021.

Watching from Canada – If you’re watching the Masters 2021 from Canada you will have to tune in either TSN or RDS. These two networks will broadcast the whole tournament live on both TV and live stream.

Author: Dan Anderson