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How To Watch The Masters Live Online From Augusta 2024

Make sure your streaming service is up to par for this years Masters tournament.

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The 2024 Masters Invitational is the 88th installment of the prestigious golf tournament that kicks off the men’s major golf championships. Each year since 1934, the Augusta National Golf Club has invited previous Masters winners, major championship winners, and winners of reputable amateur golf championships to compete for their own green jacket.

This year, we see the likes of Hideki Matsuyama, Adam Scott, Larry Mize, and Jordan Spieth returning to the Masters alongside amateurs like Sam Bennett, Harrison Crowe, and Aldrich Potgieter, all with one goal in mind. Secure the green jacket and go down in history. 

If you want to keep an eye on every second of the action at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, you’ll need a streaming service (or collection of streaming services) that offers both channels.

How to stream the Masters live this weekend

The Masters will broadcast on ESPN and CBS, and you don’t need to pay for a cable plan just for these two channels. Find ESPN and CBS on a wide variety of streaming services

Streaming ServiceCost per MonthChannels Free Trial
Sling TV$40+31+No
Hulu + Live TV$76.99+90+No
YouTube TV$72.99+100+Yes
Paramount Plus$5.99+20+No
ESPN Plus$10.99+Thousands of live eventsNo

Watch the Masters with Sling TV (featured partner)

PlanCost per MonthChannels Free Trial
Blue $4041No
Orange & Blue$5547No

To gain access to ESPN, Sling TV is a straightforward option. You can find ESPN on Sling Orange, which costs $40 per month on its own or $55 per month when coupled with Sling Blue. Sling Blue is where you’ll also find FS1 and NFL Network, often priorities for sports fans. 

Diehard fans will also find a Sports Extra package for $11 monthly, boasting SEC Network, ESPN U, MLB Network, NBA TV, NHL Network, and more. To get CBS, pair this streaming service with Paramount Plus to get full coverage of this years tournament. Currently there’s no free trial, but you’ll get half off for your first month for new subscribers bringing your total right around $20-$27.50.   

Watch the Masters with Hulu + Live TV

PlanCost per MonthChannelsFree Trial
Live TV Only$75.9990+No
Hulu + Live TV, Disney Plus,
and ESPN Plus
Hulu (No Ads) + Live TV, Disney Plus (No Ads), and ESPN Plus$89.9990+No

Hulu + Live TV is a great one-stop shop if you need both networks offering live TV coverage of the 2024 Masters. For $76.99 per month, you get the Live TV Only plan, netting you CBS and ESPN livestreams and over 85 other channels. But for only a little more, you can bundle Hulu’s entire on-demand library, Disney Plus, and ESPN Plus.

For $89.99 per month, you get the same number of channels without ads from Hulu and Disney Plus — you’ll keep them on ESPN Plus. This is a great all-around option for sports fans, thanks to the sheer volume of networks on offer, like ABC, Fox, NBC, FS1, FS2, and more. However, you’ll just have to trust us since you can’t get a free trial. 

Watch the Masters with YouTube TV

PlanCost per MonthChannels Free Trial
Base Plan$72.99100+Yes
Spanish Plan$34.9928+Yes

Here we have another great service for golf fans who need both ESPN and CBS, and a few dollars cheaper than Hulu + Live TV as well. A YouTube TV Base Plan costs $64.99 per month before any add-on networks or plans, like the $34.99 per month Spanish Plan.

Unlike Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV offers a free trial, meaning that any sports fans looking for a quick way to access networks like ABC, Fox, NBC, FS1, FS2, NBA TV, NFL Network, and the 2024 Masters coverage have a risk-free way to do so. 

Watch the Masters with Fubo

PlanCost per MonthChannelsFree Trial

Fubo is a third one-stop-shop for both networks scheduled to broadcast the 2024 Masters. For $74.99 per month, you get 161+ channels, including FS1, NFL Network, FS2, ESPN, and more, with the Pro Plan. For $84.99 per month, you get everything in the Pro Plan, plus MLB Network, NBA TV, NHL Network, and more with the Elite Plan. For $94.99 per month, you get over 242 channels, including everything in the previous two plans and NFL RedZone, MLB Strike Zone, Fight Network, and more.

The Latino Plan nets you over 57 channels, including ESPN Deportes HD, for $32.99 per month. Fubo is a great option for sports fans who want to watch it all. 

Watch the Masters with Paramount Plus

PlanCost per MonthChannels Free Trial
Paramount Plus With Showtime$11.9920+Yes

If you can get your hands on ESPN and just need quick and easy access to CBS, you can’t go wrong with Paramount Plus. For only $5.99 per month, you’ll get a small chunk of live channels, but not your local CBS station. Look to Sling TV to team up services and gain full coverage to the entire Masters tournament.

For $9.99 per month, you get the same channels, ad-free on-demand streaming, and your local CBS network, where you can find the 2024 Masters. For $11.99 a month, you can add SHOWTIME, too. If all you need is CBS, it’s hard to do better than Paramount Plus, but it doesn’t offer much like other networks. 

Watch the Masters with ESPN Plus

PlanCost per MonthChannels Free Trial
ESPN Plus Monthly$10.99N/ANo
ESPN Plus Annual$109.99N/ANo
Disney Bundle Trio Basic1 $14.99N/ANo
Disney Bundle Trio Premium2 $24.99N/ANo
1Disney, Hulu, and ESPN Plus; All with ads
2Disney and Hulu (No Ads); ESPN Plus

When all you need is quick and easy ESPN access, you can’t go wrong with ESPN Plus. For $10.99 per month, you get a standalone ESPN Plus Plan, which nets you tons of live events, studio shows, and acclaimed series you won’t be able to find on ESPN networks. 

For $14.99 per month, you can bundle Disney Plus and Hulu — not Hulu + Live TV — with ads, or spend $24.99 per month for no ads. ESPN Plus offers the full collection of The Masters Films and a one-hour recap of every Masters tournament, and since it’s ESPN, it offers tons of other sports coverage, so you’ll never go bored. 

Final Take 

Every year since 1934, the biggest names in professional and amateur golf gather to pit their skills against each other. Unless you buy a ticket, Masters TV coverage is your only shot at keeping an eye on the excitement. Services like Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, and FuboTV are all excellent options for golf fans looking for a way to watch the 2024 Masters — all three offer both networks broadcasting coverage. 


How can I watch the Masters if I don’t have cable?

You can watch the Masters on ESPN and CBS, which you can find on several streaming services. Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, and FuboTV offer both networks carrying Masters coverage. 

Can I watch the Masters on Amazon Prime?

Amazon Prime will not be carrying Masters coverage. However, if you bundle Paramount Plus with your Amazon Prime plan, you’ll get CBS, which will have Rounds 3 and 4 coverage. 

Will the Masters be on Paramount Plus?

Rounds 3 and 4 will be on CBS, meaning you can get them with the right Paramount Plus plan. Make sure you get a livestream of your local CBS network.

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