The first golf major of the year, The Masters, tees off live from Augusta, Georgia on April 11! Storylines include Tiger going after that elusive 15th major title, Brooks Koepka looking for his 4th major in his last 6 tries, and Patrick Reed defending his green jacket. You can stream The Masters live on your Roku players or Roku TVs on ESPN and CBS All Access.
ESPN will broadcast live action of the first and second rounds of the tournament, including Wednesday’s Par 3 contest, while CBS will have the coverage on Saturday and Sunday. If you’re looking for specific tee times, here’s a full Masters schedule.
How to watch The Masters on ESPN:
- Use your subscription from a participating cable or satellite provider to authenticate the ESPN channel
- ESPN is also available with a subscription to PlayStation Vue, Sling TV, DIRECTV NOW, Hulu or YouTube TV (you can also use your subscription to these services to authenticate ESPN)
How to watch The Masters on CBS:
- CBS All Access (starts at $5.99/month after a 7-day free trial)
- Available in select markets with a subscription to DIRECTV NOW, Hulu with Live TV, PlayStation Vue, fuboTV, and YouTube TV
Looking for more? Here’s how to stream live sports on the Roku platform.
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