04/05/2016

The Masters at Augusta National Golf Club. Just saying it or reading those words is likely to cause goosebumps for any golf fan.  Even the most casual golf fan has attending The Masters on their bucket list.

Problem is, tickets are a little hard to come by.  OK, they’re a LOT hard to come by.  You can’t just stroll up to the ticket window a few hours before the event and see what’s available.

So, for the vast majority of us, attending The Masters in person will remain a dream, but there is good news.  The Masters is coming to you!  Well, at least to your computer.

Editor’s Note: If you’re having trouble digesting enough Masters content (we know, there’s a lot), consider our 2016 Masters Preview, chalk full with picks, great articles, soothing videos and predictions for the week.

CBS Sports and Masters.com is providing golf fans the opportunity to watch The Masters online, and even better, you don’t have to wait until Thursday when play gets underway to do it. 

Watch The Masters coverage right now, right here!

Starting on Monday you can watch the practice range at Augusta live from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. ET and on Tuesday and Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.  You can also watch the famed Par-3 contest live on Wednesday starting at noon.  Television coverage won’t begin until three hours later. 

When The Masters officially tees off Thursday, CBS Sports and Masters.com will again have you covered.  Do you want to watch just Amen Corner? You can do that.  What about the main featured groups?  You can do that, too. Jordan Spieth on the practice range? Phil Mickelson trying to eagle the par-5 15th?  Yes and yes. 

The tournament begins at 8 a.m. and beginning at 9:30 a.m. you can watch the featured groups until the close of play.  In addition, you’ll be able to watch Amen Corner from 10:30-7:30, the practice range from 11-1 and holes 15 and 16 from 11:30 until the last group finishes their round.  Same deal for Friday play as well.

For the weekend, the set-up is the same but the times vary slightly.  The featured groups time shifts an hour later to 10:30-7.  Amen Corner also changes to 12-7 while holes 15 and 16 will be 12:45-7.

Again, all of your Masters online viewing can be found at CBSSports.com or The Masters official website, Masters.com.

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If you can’t be at Augusta National this week, watching The Masters online is definitely the next best thing to being there. So go make enough pimento cheese sandwiches to last you through the week and make sure your azaleas are in bloom. 

Masters week has finally arrived and the first major of the year is just a click away.