For anyone who’s into golf, today marks as a momentous event in the industry. Today is the first practice round for The Masters, which is as exciting as the tournament official kick off date on Thursday, April 6th. The coverage for the practice round starts today at 12 PM ET as there will be a livestream from a camera on “Masters On the Range”. This will then be succeeded by a livestream from Hole No. 16 at 2 PM ET.
If you’re quite excited to be part of this prestigious golfing event, you can still watch the livestream while you’re on the go. All you need to do is download The Masters Tournament app, which is now available for free from the App Store. This app is compatible with iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, and Apple Watch devices. Once you’ve downloaded the app on your device, you can already start watching The Masters.
For more details on how to watch the tournament, here is a quick guide:
From your Mac or computer: Go to masters.com > click on Watch (on the top).
From the iPhone/iPad app: Tap on the 3 lines icon on the top > Watch
From Apple TV: Tap on the 3 lines icon on the top > Watch > Choose Live Video
You can watch live broadcast coverage for The Masters Tournament throughout April 6th-9th. There is also an option to watch 8 different livestreams starting today, this is available in the US only. The livestreams available are:
- Masters On the Range – Livestreamed Practice Range show from today until Sunday, April 10th
- Hole No. 16 Camera (Monday)
- Par 3 Contest (Wednesday)
- Honorary Starters (Thursday)
- Tournament play at Amen Corner (Hole 11, 12, and 13)
- Tournament play at Hole 15 and 16
- Featured Groups channel that follows key players around the course
- Masters Green Jacket Ceremony
The Masters Tournament app also includes the following features:
- Master Radio
- Leader Board Everywhere
- Video Everywhere
- Shot Tracking Feature
- Course Overview
- Exclusive Live Scoring
- Tee Times
The Masters coverage is also available on ESPN’s new Apple TV app and on paid cable subscription through CBS Sports and ESPN.