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After closings and delays, fans look forward to their favorite sports resuming a (somewhat) regular schedule. It was opening day for baseball April 1stand the PGA Masters returns to its 85th tournament tomorrow April 8th. The tournament takes place at Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia with 72 holes over 7,475 meters of green and current champion Dustin Johnson wears the Masters jacket and will defend the title. So you can follow the four-day tournament live and free of charge.

How to watch

ESPN and CBS will report live to cable subscribers on the Masters tournament. For those who can only look online, will simulcast the entire tournament for free. You can also go to to watch it live or download it CBS Sport App to capture the highlights in real time.

Other platforms stream the tournament for a nominal price, but you can watch the entire tournament with a free trial depending on the platform.

Paramount + covers the tournament and offers a free seven-day trialYou can register, watch the Masters and cancel as soon as the four days of the tournament are over.

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FuboTV Also broadcasts sports live and on demand. You can see the Masters tournament from multiple devicesand they also offer one free seven-day trial that you can cancel at any time.

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When to see

The tee starts light and early tomorrow morning 8:00 p.m. ET with US players Hudson Swafford and Michael Thompson. A full list of tee times can be found on the PGA Tour website Here. Catch the Honorary starter every morning at 7:45 am ET where greats like Robert “Lee” ElderThe first African American to take part in the Masters tournament starts the day with a celebratory tee.

With “On the Range” you can also report on your favorite players every day from 12 noon to 2 pm ET on ESPN and CBS Sports before the start with “On the Range”. Later you can see interviews and highlights from the game of the day and the players on “Live at the Masters” on the website Golf Channel.