All eyes will be set on the prestigious Masters Tournament when its 82nd edition gets underway from the 5th of April 2018. The Augusta National Golf Club will be lit up again to host the first major of the year. The fact that it has the smallest field amongst the four majors doesn’t hamper the excitement. It opens up prospects of having a new golfing master every year. The five different winners in the last five edition are enough to prove how open and unpredictable the Masters Tournament has always been.
Fans are more excited for the Masters Tournament every year as it is the first major of the year. The fact that Masters Tournament ends their 4-month long wait for some significant golfing action makes it obvious for fans to get their calendars ready well before time. Due to the low number of official broadcasters available for the 2018 Masters Tournament, live streaming becomes much more important for all the golfing fans. To help you get your calendar ready, we’ve got you the schedule of 2018 Masters Tournament along with a few live stream options.
The 2018 Masters Tournament is scheduled to be played from 5-8 April 2018 at the Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia. The practice rounds will start from 2nd April with the Par 3 round on 4th April. The Main rounds will begin from 5th April 2018, and the final round will be played on 8th of April. Here is how the full schedule looks like.
Masters 2018 full schedule
|Dates||Rounds||Gates Open Time||Gates Close Time|
|2nd April 2018||Practice||8:00 am||6:30 pm|
|3rd April 2018||Practice||8:00 am||6:30 pm|
|4th April 2018||Practice Round/ Par 3 Contest||8:00 am||Half hour after the end of the play|
|5th April 2018||Round 1||8:00 am||30 minutes after the end of the play|
|6th April 2018||Round 2||8:00 am||30 minutes after the end of the play|
|7th April 2018||Round 3||8:00 am||30 minutes after the end of the play|
|8th April 2018||Round 4||8:00 am||30 minutes after the presentation ceremony|
Live Stream information
The 2018 Masters Tournament will be streamed live exclusively on the golf channel and its official broadcasters Sky Sports and CBS Sports. As those channels do not cover every country of the globe, VPNs have become an essential option for streaming the 2018 Masters Tournament.
Fans can also opt for sticky bundles like DirecTV, Sling TV, Ruku, KODI, PlayStation Vue, or Hulu with Live TV. Owing to the packages and the free VPNs available on the internet, watching the 2018 Masters Tournament on your favorite device won’t be very easy. To help you sort that we’ve got a separate guide prepared on the different options available for you to watch the 2018 Masters Tournament. Do check that out!