The Masters 2019 Live Stream | Schedule & Start Time

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Spring is here, the azaleas are blooming and the Masters is ready to begin in Augusta, Georgia.

There will be live broadcast coverage throughout the entirety of Masters week from the driving range to the green jacket ceremony and everything in between. Here’s your guide to each day of TV coverage action leading up to the main event, which begins on Thursday, April 11.

Masters coverage: The basics

When: April 8-14, 2019

Where: Augusta National Golf Club, Augusta, Ga.

Live Stream: Watch Here

Throughout tournament week, the Masters website and the Masters app will have live coverage of Featured Groups, Masters on the Range, Amen Corner, Holes 15 and 16, the television broadcast and Green Jacket Ceremony.

Feature group coverage of the event will be available each day Thursday through Sunday.

Here are Friday’s feature groups:

9:58 a.m. – Zach Johnson, Ian Poulter, Matt Kuchar
10:53 a.m. – Phil Mickelson, Justin Rose, Justin Thomas
1:49 p.m. – Tiger Woods, Haotong Li, Jon Rahm
2:00 p.m. – Rory McIlroy, Rickie Fowler, Cameron Smith

Full Masters week TV schedule

TV: ESPN on Thursday and Friday, CBS on Saturday and Sunday. (Broadcast times below)

(Times will be updated as they become available)

Saturday, Apri 6
  • Noon – 3 pm: Augusta National Women’s Amateur final round
Sunday, April 7
  • 8 am – 1 pm: Drive, Chip and Putt National Finals
Monday, April 8
  • 7 am – 9 am: Morning Drive
  • 2 pm – 5 pm: Live from the Masters
Tuesday, April 9
  • Morning Drive
  • Live from the Masters
Wednesday, April 10
  • 7 am – 9 am: Morning Drive
  • 9 am – 3 pm: Live from the Masters
  • 9 am – 11 am: On the Range
  • 2 pm – 5 pm: Masters Par 3 Contest
  • 3 pm – 5 pm: Masters Par 3 Contest
Thursday, April 11
  • 7 am – 9 am: Morning Drive
  • 9 am – 3 pm: Live from the Masters
  • 7:45 am – 8:30 am: Honorary Starters
  • 8:30 am – 10:30 am: On the Range
  • 10 am – 7:30 pm: Featured group coverage
  • 10:45 am – 6 pm: Amen Corner live feed
  • 11:45 am – 7 pm: Holes 15 and 16 live feed
  • 3 pm – 7:30 pm: First-round broadcast coverage
Friday, April 12
  • 7 am – 9 am: Morning Drive
  • 9 am – 3 pm: Live from the Masters
  • 8:30 am – 10:30 am: On the Range
  • 10 am – 7:30 pm: Featured group coverage
  • 10:45 am – 6 pm: Amen Corner live feed
  • 11:45 am – 7 pm: Holes 15 and 16 live feed
  • 3 pm – 7:30 pm: First-round broadcast coverage
Saturday, April 13
  • 7 am – 9 am: Morning Drive
  • 9 am – 3 pm: Live from the Masters
  • 11 am – 1 pm: On the Range
  • 11:15 am – 7 pm: Featured group coverage
  • 12:30 pm – 6 pm: Amen Corner live feed
  • 1:30 pm – 6:30 pm: Holes 15 and 16 live feed
  • 3 pm – 7 pm: Third-round broadcast coverage
Sunday, April 14
  • 7 am – 9 am: Morning Drive
  • 9 am – 3 pm: Live from the Masters
  • 10:45 am – 7 pm: Featured group coverage
  • 11 am – 1 pm: On the Range
  • 12 pm – 6 pm: Amen Corner live feed
  • 1 pm – 6:30 pm: Holes 15 and 16 live feed
  • 2 pm – 7 pm: Third-round broadcast coverage
  • 7 pm: Green Jacket ceremony

You can also listen to the action on the radio live throughout the week. CBS Radio will have coverage alongside the TV broadcast.

What is the 2019 US Masters?

The US Masters Tournament, also known as The US Masters, is one of the four major championships in professional golf. Held annually in the first full week of April, the US Masters is the first major of the year and always held at the same location, the Augusta National Golf Club.

The 2019 US Masters will be the 83rd edition of the 72-hole championship which is considered one of the best tournaments in golf. The 2019 US Masters is open to past winners and qualifying amateurs but limited in numbers, unlike the US Open and Open Championship.

US Masters History

The Masters was started by amateur champion Bobby Jones and investment banker Clifford Roberts. Jones attained the former plant nursery and co-designed Augusta National Golf Club with architect Alister MacKenzie.

First played in 1934, the tournament is an invitational event and features a smaller a field than the other major championships. The US Masters is an official money event on the PGA Tour, the European Tour, and the Japan Golf Tour.

Since 1949, the iconic green jacket has been awarded to the US Masters champion. The green jacket is stored with other champions’ jackets in a specially designated cloakroom and must be returned the following year.

Who has won the most US Masters titles?

Jack “Golden Bear” Nicklaus has won six Masters titles. His first title came in 1963 and his most recent was in 1986 when he wasn’t expected to win at such an advanced age.
Arnold Palmer and Tiger Woods are next best in US Masters’ history with four wins each. Jimmy Demaret, Sam Snead, Gary Player, Nick Faldo and Phil Mickelson have all won three times.

Source: pga.com, freetips.com

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