Where to watch or stream the 2023 Masters Tournament live on TV

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The 87th Masters Tournament is underway in Georgia, and golf fans can keep up with the action regardless of whether they have tickets to 2023's first major championship at the Augusta National Golf Club.

Round 1 kicked off on Thursday, April 6, and the final round takes place on Sunday, April 9. Tournament coverage, replays and highlights will be shown on CBS, Golf Channel and ESPN, as well as the Masters' website.

For the first time, both PGA Tour golfers and LIV Golf players — including five-time Masters champion Tiger Woods, defending champion Scottie Scheffler, Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth, Jon Rahm and Collin Morikawa — will compete for the green jacket.

Here are the various ways you can watch the 2023 Masters Tournament on April 6-9.

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What channel is the Masters on?

The Masters is broadcast on CBS and ESPN on TV as well as the Masters Tournament's website.

How to watch the Masters on CBS, ESPN and on DirecTV

In the metro Phoenix area, CBS Sports is Channel 312 on Cox, Channel 221 on DirecTV and Channel 158 on Dish.

ESPN is Channel 33 on Cox, Channel 206 on DirecTV and Channel 140 on Dish.

What is the Masters TV schedule? What time does it start?

ESPN has live TV coverage from noon-4:30 p.m. MST on Thursday (Round 1) and Friday (Round 2). For online viewers, watching on ESPN's website requires signing into your TV provider's service and/or an ESPN+ subscription.

CBS has live TV coverage from noon-4 p.m. MST on Saturday (Round 3) and 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday (Round 4).

Golf Channel will also show daily "Live from the Masters" coverage before and after each round.

How to stream the Masters for free online

The tournament is streaming for free on CBS Sports and the CBS Sports App as well as the Masters' website.

Live online coverage on the tournament's website follows the same timeline as CBS and ESPN's schedules.

Check the Masters' full schedule for more details.

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How can I watch Tiger Woods?

You can follow Woods in his featured group on the Masters website. There is a channel dedicated to following featured groups.

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