Even though the 2020 Masters is being held seven months later than usual, and there are a variety of different sports competing for viewers attention, there are still several ways for cord-cutters to view the tournament.
Masters coverage this year is split between two networks — ESPN will cover Rounds 1 and 2, and CBS has the rights to Rounds 3 and 4. While there are several streaming services to sign up for, not every one offers both networks.
Watching the Masters doesn’t have to be pricey, either. While most streaming services charge monthly fees that vary from as little as $5.99 a month to as much as $65 a month, almost all of them offer a free trial. Just remember that if you sign up for the free trial to cancel before the period ends.
Masters.com is also free and allows viewers to see every shot on every hole. Fans can even build their own custom feed to follow only the golfers that they want to watch in 2020.
More details on all the ways to watch and stream the 2020 Masters are below:
Masters live streams 2020
Just because you’re a cord-cutter doesn’t mean you have to go without watching the 2020 Masters. While those with a cable subscription will have access to the even on CBS, ESPN and the channels’ corresponding websites, even those without cable have a plethora of options to choose from in order to watch.
Fans can simply head to Masters.com for live coverage of the event, or they will need to select a service that offers both ESPN and CBS as the former will provide coverage of Rounds 1 and 2, while the latter will cover Rounds 3 and 4.