How to live stream Masters 2019 golf FREE: Tiger Woods’ historic win, reaction

Live stream the thrilling Masters golf finale online from anywhere

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(Image credit: Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

Well you can't deny that the 83rd Masters Tournament golf has been tremendous so far. Some ridiculously low scores, a competitive leaderboard  and the rejuvenation of that man Tiger Woods. Stick with us to find out your options and how to live stream Masters coverage absolutely FREE.

If you're a golf fan then you won't need us to tell you that it's the world's biggest golf tournament and that every player at Augusta National in Georgia this week is desperate to pull on the famous Green Jacket as the overall winner at the end of Sunday.

And the 2019 edition of the US Masters Tournament has so far been one of the most compelling for years. There's barely anything at all dividing out the leaders, with some top quality names in the mix as the players go in to the weekend. Francesco Molinari, Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson, Tony Filau and, yes...Tiger Woods, are all in contention. We just can't predict who will emerge as winner of the Green Jacket (oh, and $11m prixe money!) on Sunday evening.

It's worth noting that the start time has been brought forward for the final round this year - the leaders are set to get going at around 2pm BST this afternoon, rather than the early evening. 

So if you want to tune in to the coverage of this epic finale (and we can't quite imagine why you wouldn't) then read on to discover how to get a 2019 Masters live stream.

How to watch the Masters golf live stream

How to watch the Masters golf live stream

Live stream the Masters online with a VPN

Live stream the Masters online with a VPN
Below we've listed all of the free places to live stream the final round of the Masters golf online - including the FREE coverage that you can only get in the US. But if you find yourself outside your country and wanting to get around a geo-blocked broadcast then you'll need to use a VPN to dial in to your country. A VPN is perfect for this as it allows you to change your IP address so you appear to be in a completely different location. We've tested hundreds of VPNs and can recommend ExpressVPN as the best option currently available:

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To watch with a VPN simply sign up and install ExpressVPN, open the app and select a US or UK server location (it's super easy). Then follow the instructions below.

Live stream the US Masters: UK streams

Live stream the US Masters: UK (free and without commercials)

As they have done in the previous few years, two broadcasters both have the rights to show a Masters live stream in the UK.

1. BBC Two or BBC Sport website
Come the business end of things, the BBC gets involved to give truly free-to-air access to UK golf fans. You can obviously watch on your television or by streaming live on BBC iPlayer without any commercial breaks. So wherever you are, if you want to watch without any rude interruptions, the BBC is the place to be. You can watch on BBC 2, or live on the BBC Sport website.

2. Sky Sports Golf HD
If you're a Sky Sports subscriber in the UK you will be able to watch all four days of the Masters in HD on Sky Go or via Now TV. The advantages of this coverage over the BBC is that Sky invests a lot in its coverage so it tends to be extremely high end, plus you also get all four days instead of the final two. And if you've paid for Sky you might as well watch it, right?

3. Not in the UK this week?
You'll need a VPN to watch either the BBC or the Sky Sports coverage of the Masters. If you're planning to dial back in to the BBC coverage from another country, we'd recommend tuning in to It's an easy-to-use, robust and (most importantly) legal streaming site that has top quality video of all the Freeview channels.

Live stream Masters: US stream

Masters live stream: watch in the US for FREE

As well as the official TV coverage from ESPN CBS, US golf fans also have a free way to live stream the Masters Tournament - at the official site. The coverage is streaming completely free, you don't even need to sign in. So if you're in any of the 52 US states, go to and start streaming now!

If you've badly timed a trip or holiday outside the US while the Masters is on, but still want to watch the official US coverage, you're going to need a VPN to do so. Simply sign up for Express VPN, dial in to a US location (it's really easy) and then go to

If you'd sooner the broadcast-quality coverage provided by ESPN and CBS but don't have cable on which to watch the Masters coverage, you can always go for an over-the-top service like PlayStation Vue, Sling or Hulu Live. The great thing is that they all have free trials, too, so it's another potential way to get a free Masters live stream.

Live stream the US Masters: Australia stream

Masters live stream: watch in the Australia for FREE

Want to watch for free Down Under? It's even easier than in the UK and US. That's because the Nine Network's Gem station has the whole thing. Now that's a hole-in-one.

And remember, if you're away from Australia while the golf is on but still want to watch Gem's online Masters live stream, then it's a Virtual Private Network that you need. The Rory McIlroy of the VPN world is ExpressVPN, which makes things really easy, fast and secure.

If you're a golf obsessive and want the best possible coverage, then you will have to part with some cash. Sports streaming subscription service Kayo has all the action and an additional three cameras for even more golf! Prices for Kayo Sports Basic Package costs $25 per month or you can upgrade to the Kayo Sports Premium Package, which provides three concurrent streams for $35 per month. 

That also means you'll have access to loads more sports action from Kayo, such as the NRL, FA Cup soccer, F1 and loads more.

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