All the eyes in the golf world are on this one, folks! The Masters kicks off Thursday as the sport's best look to put their way into the coveted green jacket.
How to Watch the Masters
The Masters will be broadcast on CBS Sports and ESPN, and it can also be streamed on the watchESPN app or CBS All Access (ESPN for the first two days, CBS for the next two). Live streams of the tournament are also available via the Masters site-- you can follow specific players, or watch from four different static locations on the course. If you'd rather watch the live broadcast, you can follow this reddit link and click on any of the options for ESPN or CBS links, depending on which day of the tournament it is.
This year's tournament down in Augusta will once again be highlighted by the likes of Tiger Woods, Jordan Spieth and Rory Mcllroy. Here are some key tee times to watch out for:
11:04 am: Tiger Woods, in search of his first Masters championship since 2005
“I feel like I can win,” Woods said during today’s press conference at Augusta. “I’ve worked my way back into one of the players that can win events.” He is ready to tee off on Thursday at 11:04 a.m. ET. – TGRhttps://t.co/DwzMce7nTm— Tiger Woods (@TigerWoods) April 9, 2019
11:15 am: Rory McIlroy, Rickie Fowler, Cameron Smith
"He’s melted the last few times he’s ended up in a group with Tiger Woods. As long as he avoids playing in an important round with Tiger I think he’s okay. But his putting and driving of the golf ball is suspect sometimes." @GolfShopGreeny on Rory Mcllroyhttps://t.co/B1XuE6jrOz pic.twitter.com/lSYGXcwRlK— 730 The Game (@730TheGame) April 11, 2019
2 pm: Jordan Spieth, Paul Casey, Brooks Koepka
Notable tee times for Thursday's 1st round of the Masters:— Zak Keefer (@zkeefer) April 9, 2019
Patrick Reed: 10:31 am
Tiger Woods: 11:04 am
Rory McIlroy: 11:15 am
Dustin Johnson: 1:38 pm
Phil Mickelson, Justin Rose, Justin Thomas: 1:49 pm
Jordan Spieth, Brooks Koepka: 2 pm
That's a whole lot of championship hardware in just those pairings alone. Many of these guys are looking to pick up multiple Masters championships, which puts professional golfers in rare air. 17 men in history have repeated, including Woods, Phil Mickelson and others who are coming back for more.