The best time of the golf season is here, even if it’s seven months later than we originally expected. The 2020 Masters Championship is taking place, and this year’s event is another star-studded event at Augusta National Golf Club with a course filled with 92 players featuring most of the world’s best golfers.
Tiger Woods defends his fifth green jacket, and as he zips off on a hot start 4 under With his first 18 holes, he was unable to withdraw at the start of his second round on Friday. Justin Thomas and Dustin Johnson are the stars of a large group at the top of the leaderboard, and they will attract the most attention on Saturday once the third round starts. John Ram is one shot from the leaderboards but the favorite to come in on Saturday considering he still has eight holes to play.
While attending the Masters tournament is a dream of many, just being able to watch golf at their greatest stage of all is an incredible pleasure every year. Here at CBS Sports, we’re excited to bring you comprehensive Masters coverage throughout this week with a variety of ways to watch your favorite golfers play one of the most exciting courses in the world.
Enough to talk about it. Here’s how you can watch as many Masters as possible throughout the week. Make sure to stick to CBS Sports for live coverage all the time and Download the CBS Sports app To watch Masters Live on your mobile device.
All times are oriental
The third round – Saturday, November 14th
The second round continues: 7:30 a.m.
Time to start the third round: 10:30 AM
Early TV Coverage: 7:30 AM until the end of the tour is on ESPN
Simultaneous live early television broadcasts: 7:30 AM until the end of the tour Masters.com
Fourth round – Sunday 15th November
Round 4 start time: 8 am
Featured groups: Andrew Catalon, Billy Cratzert and Michael Weigh West begin covering the 2020 Masters Thursday morning with signature kits. Additionally, Brian Crowell and Michael Breed will also act as broadcasters on live broadcast coverage of Featured Couples’ Groups throughout their entire tour each day.
Amen corner: Grant Boone and Mark Immelman each serve as broadcasters for this live broadcast of Holes 11, 12, and 13.
15 and 16: Luke Elvy and Ned Michaels provide commentary and analysis of the live broadcast video in slots 15 and 16.
In addition to other live golf action channels, Masters Live will feature highlights of Augusta’s national videos and antennas, as well as historical highlights and an interview hall. Masters Live and additional features will be available on Masters.com for free at CBSSports.com and on the CBS Sports app for phones and tablets. Masters Live content will also be available via subscription service CBS All Access for the first time this year. Besides CBS Sports’ broadcast coverage of the tournament, CBS All Access subscribers can stream Masters Live content online on CBS.com, on mobile devices via the CBS app and on all major connected TV devices and platforms.
CBS Sports HQ, the free-to-air 24/7 sports news network from CBS Sports, will feature live leaderboard updates and reports as well as the latest stories from the tournament starting Monday with CBS Sports writer Kyle Porter. CBS Sports HQ is available on CBSSports.com, the CBS Sports mobile app and connected TV. Notable events will also be available on CBS Sports’ social channels.
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