Masters 2019

Masters 2019: Definitive TV Schedule and Live-Stream Guide for Thursday

Tiger Woods is not about to stop the pursuit of his fifth Masters and 15th major title any time soon.

When the 43-year-old tees off Thursday morning at 11:04 a.m. ET with playing partners Jon Rahm and Haotong Li, he will open his first round believing another championship is in front of him.

Woods has never lacked for self-confidence, and with his health problems seemingly behind him, he is one of the tournament’s betting favorites.

“I just feel like I’ve improved a lot over the past 12-14 months,” he said, per Christine Brennan of USA Today. “But I’ve more than anything just proved to myself that I can play at this level again. I’ve worked my way back into one of the players that can win events.”

The first round will be telvised by the Golf Channel and ESPN. The former begins its coverage at 8 a.m. ET and will continue until the latter begins live coverage at 3 p.m.

The Golf Channel’s coverage is live-reporting of the event and will help viewers keep up-to-date with the scoring, and it also includes analysis from its crew of experts as well as feature pieces.

Thursday, April 11: 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. ET, The Golf Channel3 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. ET on ESPN

Live-streaming will be available throughout the tournament via Viewers may also use WatchESPN, CBS Sports HQ to follow the tournament.

Here’s how breaks down its Thursday coverage (All times ET):

7:45 a.m.-8:30 a.m.: Honorary starters
8:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m.: On the range
10 a.m.-7:30 p.m.: Featured group coverage
10:45 a.m.-6 p.m.: Amen Corner live feed
11:45 a.m.-7 p.m.: Holes 15 and 16 live feed

The start of the Masters begins with the ceremonial tee-off by all-time greats Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player. After those two strike their opening shots at the first hole, the tournament begins in earnest.

Opening Round Tee Times

(ET, *denotes amateur, competitors from the U.S. unless otherwise stated)

8:15 a.m. Honorary starters Gary Player (South Africa), Jack Nicklaus

8:30 a.m. Andrew Landry, Adam Long, Corey Conners (Canada)

8:41 a.m. Ian Woosnam (Wales), Keith Mitchell, Kevin Tway

8:52 a.m. Mike Weir (Canada), Shane Lowry (Ireland), *Kevin O’Connell

9:03 a.m. Angel Cabrera (Argentina), Aaron Wise, Justin Harding (South Africa)

9:14 a.m. Danny Willett (England), Brandt Snedeker, *Takumi Kanaya (Japan)

9:25 a.m. Fred Couples, Si Woo Kim (Korea), J. B. Holmes

9:36 a.m. Branden Grace (South Africa), Emiliano Grillo (Argentina), Lucas Bjerregaard (Denmark)

9:47 a.m. Charl Schwartzel (South Africa), Charles Howell III, Eddie Pepperell (England)

9:58 a.m. Sergio Garcia (Spain), Tony Finau, Henrik Stenson (Sweden)

10:09 a.m. Adam Scott (Australia), Hideki Matsuyama (Japan), Kyle Stanley

10:31 a.m. Patrick Reed, Webb Simpson, *Viktor Hovland (Norway)

10:42 a.m. Charley Hoffman, Louis Oosthuizen (South Africa), Marc Leishman (Australia)

10:53 a.m. Tommy Fleetwood (England), Xander Schauffele, Gary Woodland

11:04 a.m. Tiger Woods, Haotong Li (China), Jon Rahm (Spain)

11:15 a.m. Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland), Rickie Fowler, Cameron Smith (Australia)

11:26 a.m. Sandy Lyle (Scotland), Michael Kim, Patton Kizzire

11:37 a.m. Trevor Immelman (South Africa), Martin Kaymer (Germany), *Devon Bling

11:48 a.m. Larry Mize, Jimmy Walker, Stewart Cink

11:59 a.m. Jose Maria Olazabal (Spain), Kevin Na, Thorbjorn Olesen (Denmark)

12:10 p.m. Bernhard Langer (Germany), Matt Wallace (England), *Alvaro Ortiz (Mexico)

12:32 p.m. Alex Noren (Sweden), Keegan Bradley, Matthew Fitzpatrick (England)

12:43 p.m. Vijay Singh (Fiji), Billy Horschel, *Jovan Rebula (South Africa)

12:54 p.m. Kevin Kisner, Kiradech Aphibarnrat (Thailand), Shugo Imahira (Japan)

1:05 p.m. Zach Johnson, Ian Poulter (England), Matt Kuchar

1:16 p.m. Francesco Molinari (Italy), Rafael Cabrera Bello (Spain), Tyrrell Hatton (England)

1:27 p.m. Bubba Watson, Patrick Cantlay, Satoshi Kodaira (Japan)

1:38 p.m. Dustin Johnson, Bryson DeChambeau, Jason Day (Australia)

1:49 p.m. Phil Mickelson, Justin Rose (England), Justin Thomas

2:00 p.m. Jordan Spieth, Paul Casey (England), Brooks Koepka

Defending champion Patrick Reed will tee off with Webb Simpson and amateur Viktor Hovland at 10:31 a.m., while Rory McIlroy, Ricke Fowler and Cameron Smith will start their round at 11:15 a.m.

Francesco Molinari has been one of the best golfers in 2019, and he will begin his round at 1:16 p.m. with Rafael Cabrera Bello and Tyrrell Hatton.

After Molinari and his playing partners tee off, many of the biggest names on the tour follow. Dustin Johnson, Bryson DeChambeau and Jason Day begin their round at 1:38 p.m., while Phil Mickelson, Justin Rose and Justin Thomas follow at 1:49 p.m.

Jordan Spieth, Paul Casey and Brooks Koepka will be the last threesome of the day to tee off, and they will start their round at 2 p.m.

2019 Masters Odds

Here’s a look at the odds for the top 25 golfers in the field, per Oddschecker.

Rory McIlroy, +650 (bet $100 to win $650)
Dustin Johnson, +1100
Justin Rose, +1200
Tiger Woods, +1800
Jon Rahm, +2000
Justin Thomas, +2000
Rickie Fowler, +2000
Jordan Spieth, +2500
Francesco Molinari, +2500
Hideki Matsuyama, +2500
Paul Casey, +2800
Brooks Koepka, +3000
Bryson DeChambeau, +3000
Tommy Fleetwood, +3000
Jason Day, +3300
Bubba Watson, +3300
Tony Finau, +4000
Xander Schauffele, +4000
Louis Oosthuizen, +4000
Marc Leishman, +4000
Matt Kuchar, +4000
Phil Mickelson, +4500
Adam Scott, +4500
Sergio Garcia, +4800
Henrik Stenson, +6600

McIlroy comes in as the favorite after playing some of the best golf of his career. He is second in FedEx Cup points to Matt Kuchar and in a position to move to the top if he can win his first green jacket.

The 29-year-old has played 10 events this season, and he has finished in the top 10 in seven of them. His victory in the Players Championship in March is significant because that event included the most high-powered field of the year until the Masters.

McIlroy has career victories in the U.S. Open, British Open and the PGA Championship. If he can win the Masters, it will give him the career grand slam, something accomplished by only Gene Sarazen, Ben Hogan, Nicklaus, Player and Woods.

Even all-time greats Sam Snead and Arnold Palmer did not reach that level, and if the Northern Irishman can join that elite quintet, it would be a stellar moment for him.

McIlroy is a worthy favorite, but the strength of the field makes winning the Masters one of the most challenging events of the year for him and every other golfer in the field.

The Masters 2019

Masters 2019: Tee times for Friday, Round 2 TV schedule, how to watch live

April 11, 2019 5:51pm EDT April 11, 2019 5:45pm EDT PGA Tour, Golf, The Masters, Tiger Woods It’s a tradition unlike any other. Here is everything to know about the 2019 Masters, including the tournament TV schedule, round-by-round tee times for Tiger Woods and the field, plus updated betting odds.

It’s time to continue a tradition unlike any other with the 2019 Masters.

Golf’s most storied tournament tees off once again from Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, featuring the best players in the world vying for the legendary green jacket.

Patrick Reed, the 2018 champion, will be one of the big stories as he tries to keep his green jacket for a second straight year, a feat accomplished by only a select few in the past.

MORE: Watch the Masters live and on-demand with fuboTV (7-day free trial)

With landmarks that include Amen Corner and Magnolia Lane, Augusta National has played host to the Masters every year since the tournament’s inception in 1934. It’s the only major that has the same home course every year.

The Masters is the first major of 2019 and the first since the 2018 PGA Championship, when Tiger Woods finished second. Woods is still searching for his first major win since the 2008 U.S. Open. He has four career wins at Augusta.

Here is everything to know about the 2019 Masters, including the TV schedule, round-by-round tee times for Tiger Woods and the field, plus updated betting odds. You can also follow our “Tiger Tracker” and live leaderboard for hole-by-hole updates throughout the tournament.

MORE: Why isn’t the Masters on TV in the morning? Because Augusta says so

Masters 2019 TV schedule, live stream

  • TV channels: ESPN, CBS
  • Live stream: | fuboTV (Rounds 3-4 only)
  • Leaderboard: Follow SN’s live tracker

All four days of the Masters will be featured on major networks. ESPN takes the first two days while CBS will broadcast the final two. Golf Channel and will provide additional coverage in the days leading up to and during the Masters. You can also live stream Rounds 3-4 by signing up for fuboTV, which offers a free seven-day trial.

ESPN’s Scott Van Pelt will host ESPN’s coverage of the tournament and Jim Nantz will once again lend his voice for the final two rounds on CBS.

Date Time TV Channel
Thursday, April 11 3-7:30 p.m. ET ESPN
Friday, April 12 3-7:30 p.m. ET ESPN
Saturday, April 13 3-7 p.m. ET CBS/fuboTV
Sunday, April 14 2-7 p.m. ET CBS/fuboTV

LIVE: Full Masters leaderboard

Tiger Woods’ Masters tee times

Tiger Woods will tee off at 1:49 p.m. ET on Friday. He’s once again paired with Jon Rahm, who is tied for the lead, and Haotong Li for Round 2.

Round Time Pairing
1 11:04 a.m. ET Haotong Li, Jon Rahm
2 1:49 p.m. ET Haotong Li, Jon Rahm

TIGER TRACKER: Follow Tiger Woods’ Round 1 at the Masters

Who else is in the Masters field?

The Masters field is a who’s who of golfers. As is usually the case, big names will make up a large portion of the field. Woods and Reed, the defending champion, will be playing, as will the top five golfers in the world: Dustin Johnson, Justin Rose, Rory McIlroy, Brooks Koepka and Justin Thomas. Recent Masters champions Danny Willett, Sergio Garcia, Jordan Spieth and Bubba Watson will also be a part of the field.

Corey Conners was the final golfer to be added to the Masters field after winning the Texas Open on Sunday.

In addition to the 81 professionals, six amateur golfers will play in the Masters, including Viktor Hovland and Takumi Kanaya, who are among the top 10 amateurs in the world.

MORE: 2019 Masters field by the numbers

2019 Masters tee times, pairings

Friday, Round 2

Tee time (ET) Pairings
8:30 a.m. Sandy Lyle, Michael Kim, Patton Kizzire
8:41 a.m. Trevor Immelman, Martin Kaymer, Devon Bling
8:52 a.m. Larry Mike, Jimmy Walker, Stewart Cink
9:03 a.m. Jose Maria Olazabal, Kevin Na, Thorbjorn Olesen
9:14 a.m. Bernhard Langer, Matt Wallace, Alvardo Ortiz
9:25 a.m. Alex Noren, Keegan Bradley, Matthew Fitzpatrick
9:36 a.m. Alex Noren, Keegan Bradley, Matthew Fitzpatrick
9:47 a.m. Kevin Kisner, Kiradech Aphibarnrat, Shugo Imahira
9:58 a.m. Zach Johnson, Ian Poulter, Matt Kuchar
10:09 a.m. Francesco Molinari, Rafael Cabrera Bello, Tyrell Hatton
10:31 a.m. Bubba Watson, Patrick Cantlay, Satoshi Kodaira
10:42 a.m. Dustin Johnson, Bryson DeChambeau, Jason Day
10:53 a.m. Phil Mickelson, Justin Rose, Justin Thomas
11:04 a.m. Jordan Spieth, Paul Casey, Brooks Koepka
11:15 a.m. Andrew Landry, Adam Long, Corey Conners
11:26 a.m. Ian Woosnam, Keith Mitchell, Kevin Tway
11:37 a.m. Mike Weir, Shane Lowry, Kevin O’Connell
11:48 a.m. Angel Cabrera, Aaron Wise, Justin Harding
11:59 a.m. Danny Willett, Brandy Snedeker, Takumi Kanaya
12:10 p.m. Fred Couples, Si Woo Kim, J.B. Holmes
12:32 p.m. Branden Grace, Emiliano Grillo, Lucas Bjerregaard
12:43 p.m. Charl Schwartzel, Charles Howell III, Eddie Pepperell
12:54 p.m. Sergio Garcia, Tony Finau, Henrik Stenson
1:05 p.m. Adam Scott, Hideki Matsuyama, Kyle Stanley
1:16 p.m. Patrick Reed, Webb Simpson, Viktor Hovland
1:27 p.m. Charley Hoffman, Louis Oosthuizen, Marc Leishman
1:38 p.m. Tommy Fleetwood, Xander Schauffle, Gary Woodland
1:49 p.m. Tiger Woods, Haotong Li, Jon Rahm
2 p.m. Rory McIlroy, Rickie Fowler, Cameron Smith

Masters purse, winnings

The Masters purse for 2019 has not been announced yet, but it is projected to be at least $11 million, which was the total the past two years. Patrick Reed pocketed $1,980,000 as the champion last year, so expect the winner to get that amount, if not more. The second place consolation probably won’t be too bad either. They are expected to earn over $1 million.

With The Players Championship increasing its purse to $12,500,000 this year, the Masters purse may get raised, too, making potential payouts even larger.

MORE: Picks, sleepers, betting advice for 2019 Masters

Odds to win the Masters

Players Championship winner McIlroy is the betting favorite to win the Masters, thanks largely in part to his seven consecutive top-10 finishes. Johnson and Rose, who have both won tournaments in 2019, come in right behind McIlroy.

Woods’ odds at +1400 make him an intriguing betting option. Spieth and Fowler and +2000 could also be interesting picks.

Golfer Odds
Rory McIlroy +750
Dustin Johnson +1100
Justin Rose +1200
Tiger Woods +1400
Jon Rahm +1800
Justin Thomas +1800
Brooks Koepka +2000
Jordan Spieth +2000
Rickie Fowler +2000
Francesco Molinari +2200

Masters past winners

The Masters has featured a wide variety of winners over the last 10 years, save for Bubba Watson’s two victories in 2012 and 2014. Jack Nicklaus (6) has the most Masters victories of all time, while Woods (4) has the most of anyone in this year’s field.

Woods’ last victory came in 2005. He is also the most recent golfer to win back-to-back Masters. Nicklaus and Nick Faldo are the only other two to accomplish the feat, so Reed will have the opportunity to join even more elite company this year.

Year Winner Score
2019 TBD
2018 Patrick Reed -15
2017 Sergio Garcia -9
2016 Danny Willett -5
2015 Jordan Spieth -18
2014 Bubba Watson -8
2013 Adam Scott -9
2012 Bubba Watson -10
2011 Charl Schwartzel -14
2010 Phil Mickelson -16
2009 Angel Cabrera -12