The best time of the golf season is here, even if it came seven months later than originally expected. The 2020 Masters is underway and this year’s event is another high profile affair at the Augusta National Golf Club with a crowded 92-man field home to most of the best golfers in the world.
Tiger Woods is defending his fifth green jacket, and while he’s had a hot start 4 under Due to his first 18 holes, he could not retreat at the beginning of his second round on Friday. Justin Thomas and Dustin Johnson are the stars of a large group on the leaderboard and will get the most attention on Saturday after round three starts. Jon Rahm is one shot back from the leaders, but the favorite to start on Saturday considering he has eight holes left.
While participating in the Masters is a dream for many, every year it is an incredible pleasure to be able to watch golf on the biggest stage of all. Here at CBS Sports, we’re excited to bring you full coverage of the Masters this week, with a variety of ways to watch your favorite golfers play on one of the most exciting golf courses in the world.
Enough of it. This will allow you to see as many Masters as possible throughout the week. Make sure to stay with CBS Sports for live coverage Download the CBS Sports app to watch Masters Live on your mobile device.
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Round 3 – Saturday November 14th
Round 2 continues: 7:30 a.m.
Start time for round 3: 10:30 am
Early TV coverage: 7:30 a.m. until the end of the round on ESPN
Formerly TV simulcast live stream: 7:30 a.m. until the end of the round Masters.com
Round 4 – Sunday November 15th
Start time for round 4: 8 o’clock
Selected groups: Andrew Catalon, Billy Kratzert and Michelle Wie West start reporting on the 2020 Masters with Featured Groups on Thursday morning. In addition, Brian Crowell and Michael Breed will serve as announcers for selected groups’ live streaming coverage of selected pairings throughout their round each day.
Amen corner: Grant Boone and Mark Immelman will announce the live streaming coverage of the 11th, 12th and 13th holes.
15 & 16: Luke Elvy and Ned Michaels provide commentary and analysis for live streaming videos on the 15th and 16th holes.
In addition to the other channels for live golf action, Masters will present Live Video Highlights and Augusta National Antennas, as well as historical and interview room highlights. Masters Live and additional features on Masters.com are available for free on CBSSports.com and in the CBS Sports app for phones and tablets. Masters Live content will also be available for the first time this year through the CBS All Access subscription service. In addition to CBS Sports’ coverage of the tournament, CBS All Access Masters subscribers will be able to stream live content online at CBS.com, on mobile devices via the CBS App, and on all major connected TVs and platforms.
CBS Sports HQ, CBS Sports’ free 24/7 streaming sports news network, has live leaderboard updates and coverage, as well as the latest stories from the tournament, which kicks off Monday with CBS Sports golf writer Kyle Porter. CBS Sports HQ is available on CBSSports.com and the CBS Sports app for mobile and connected TVs. Highlights will also be available on CBS Sports’ social channels.