The first major golf tournament is approaching soon. The Masters is coming to Augusta, Georgia and you just found out that you’re having a Masters party at your house. We have some ways to help you plan the day. The most important thing we need to discuss, is the way we are going to watch the Masters live from Augusta.
When you find out about the Masters party being at your home, we simply need to focus on where the best coverage of the Masters will be coming from and can you play it on your home TV. If you have any cable subscriptions, of course, you’ll be able to view the Masters from CBS or ESPN. DirecTV now is one of the main cable channel sources these days if you do not have Comcast or AT & T.
If you have any cable subscription, you should find it very simple to watch the Masters on your television. If you have a smart TV, you should have DirecTV Now on it too, you’ll be able to see CBS from it, we’re positive. If not, there are many live streaming services available if you do not already subscribe to one. The Golf Channel will be showing the Masters live as well as Masters.com and CBS, ESPN, and Sky Sports and Sky Sports GO.
Hulu is a fantastic option for you to get the Masters live from an online streaming service provider. Hulu with Live TV cost $44.99 per month for a single bundle. You have the option to change your bundle and add to it. You can add premium channels to it, for a price per month. There is a 7-day free trial that is offered if you aren’t sure if Hulu with Live TV is right for you.
PlayStation Vue is another option to watch the Masters live. It is pricey however. You should be able to make a fast decision if you do not already have one of these to watch the Masters live on.