You can watch the Masters golf final day on several different sites and services and on this page we're going to explain all the options!
The Masters is the world's world's biggest golf tournament and this year has been one of the most anticipated Masters tournaments in recent memory with the return of Tiger Woods providing just one of the many subplots at Augusta National in Georgia.
The Masters lasts four days in total – Thursday to Sunday – and it's Sunday's final round that usually gets all the attention. It's the final day when the best and most in-form players shoot-out for the title of Masters Champion 2018, as well as the legendary Green Jacket and (gulp) $11m in prize money.
The final days sees a showdown between the overnight leader Patrick Reed taking on second placed Rory McIlroy as well as Ricky Fowler and the rest of the field. If you want to tune in to the coverage, here's how:
Live stream the Masters with a VPN
Below we've listed all of the best places to live stream the final round of the Masters golf online. If there is no official broadcast option in your country, you'll need to use a VPN to dial in to a country that does have one. 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 Express VPN as the best option currently available:
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To watch with a VPN simply sign up and install Express VPN, 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
1. BBC Two or BBC Sport website
In the UK there are several options for live streaming the US Masters final round. The easiest way is to watch the BBC coverage which is 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.
If you're planning on using a VPN to dial in to the BBC coverage from another country, we'd recommend avoiding official BBC sites and instead tuning in to BBC 2 on TVPlayer.com. BBC sites don't like being used by VPN users while TVPlayer is well up for it!
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 one 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. Plus if you've paid for Sky you might as well watch it, right?
3. Watch the official US Masters stream at Masters.com If you're a die hard golf fan and you want to watch the official coverage, you can do that for free at Masters.com. The only catch is that because the BBC and Sky Sports have exclusive rights in the UK, you'll need to sign up for a VPN and dial in to the US in order to watch this stream.
Live stream the US Masters: US stream
As mentioned above, in the US the best way to watch or stream the US Masters final day is at the official site – Masters.com. 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 Masters.com and start streaming now!
If you're not in the US but 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 Masters.com.
If you want to watch on your TV, you can catch all the action from the final round on CBS!