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The Masters 2021 live stream, day four: tee times, how to watch the golf at Augusta

The Masters 2021 live stream, day four: tee times, how to watch the golf at Augusta
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It's day four of the 85th edition of The Masters 2021 live from Augusta National today and it has all the makings of an historic major. Hideki Matsuyama tops the leaderboard and looks to become the first Japanese golfer to win a green jacket. Can Justin Rose, Xander Schauffele, Will Zalatoris or Marc Leishman reel him in? Make sure you know how to watch the final day of The Masters 2021 live stream wherever you are in the world.

The Masters 2021 live stream

Date: Thursday 8th April – Sunday 11th April 2021

Course: Augusta National Golf Club, USA

US stream: ESPN+ / Paramount+ (free trial) / FuboTV (free trial)

Watch anywhere: Try ExpressVPN risk-free

UK stream: Sky / Now (from £9.99 per day)

AUS stream: Kayo Sports (free trial)

The stage is set for The Masters 2021 and it should be a fascinating spectacle. None of Lee Westwood, Rory McIlroyor or Dustin Johnson have made the cut for the final day's action but there are five US players in the current top 10 all looking for a big round on home soil.

Also alongside Americans Xander Schauffele, Jordan Spieth, Will Zalatoris, Brian Harman and Tony Finau are Australian Marc Leishman, Canadian Corey Conners and South Korea's Kim Si-woo, the last of whom starts in tenth on two under par. Bryson DeChambeau begins the days two over and former world number one Jon Rahm of Spain on evens. Full Masters tee times are listed below.

Day four of The Masters 2021 begins at 3pm BST with Schauffele and Matsuyama taking to the first at 7.40pm. Follow our guide on how to watch The Masters 2021 live stream from anywhere in the world.

The Masters free live stream 2021

The Masters 2021 live stream: how to watch the golf at Augusta, tee times

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The rights to show The Masters 2021 golf in the USA are split between ESPN (Thurs/Fri) and CBS (Sat/Sun). 

If you want to stream the whole tournament, you'll need to subscribe to ESPN+ and Paramount+ (CBS' newly-launched streaming platform).

US golf fans can grab a free 7-day trial of Paramount+ and watch the final two rounds – when all the drama kicks off – for free! You get the best commentary, too – three-time Masters champ Sir Nick Faldo and CBS lead analyst Jim Nantz.

Another good option is FuboTV. The cable-cutting service carries both ESPN and CBS, so you can stream every shot of the Masters 2021 live. Better yet, FuboTV offers new users a free 7-day trial.

Of course, these FREE trials are only available in the USA. Don't forget to use a VPN if you're US citizen trying to access these free live streams from abroad. We recommend ExpressVPN as it comes with a 30-day, risk-free money-back guarantee.

Paramount Plus

Paramount Plus free 7-day trial - Watch The Masters 2021
Sign up to the monthly Basic ($5.99) or Premium ($9.99) plan and you'll get your first seven days of access completely free! You can cancel at any time. In addition to the The Masters 2021 golf, you'll get access to 30,000 TV shows and 2500 movies such as The Godfather.

FuboTV free trial

FuboTV free 7-day trial – Watch The Masters 2021
FuboTV offers a 7-day free trial with access to stream over 100 channels of live sports, TV shows and movies. Two of those channels are ESPN and CBS, so you can watch The Masters 2021 golf from start to finish.

After your FuboTV free trial ends you'll pay $65 per month. It's not cheap but it's designed to replace your cable subscription and included access to almost every major entertainment and sports broadcaster in the US. 

The FuboTV app is available on smart TVs, games consoles, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Roku and all mobiles, tablets and laptops.

Watch The Masters 2021 from abroad using a VPN

Even if you have subscribed to the relevant Masters 2021 holders, you won't be able to access them when outside your own country. The service will know your location based on your IP address, and will automatically block your access.

A Virtual Private Network (VPN) helps you get around this obstacle. VPNs are a doddle to use and create a private connection between your device and the internet. All the information passing back and forth is entirely encrypted.

We recommend paid-for VPN services, such as ExpressVPN because they are entirely safe, come with 24/7 customer support and can be used to watch sport and other entertainment from any part of the world on almost any device. Try it out with the link below and get three months free.


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ExpressVPN offers a 30-day money back guarantee with its VPN service. You can use it to watch on your mobile, tablet, laptop, TV, games console and more. There's 24/7 customer support and three months free when you sign-up. Try it – it's easier than you think.

UK: The Masters live stream 2021

The Masters 2021 live stream: how to watch the golf at Augusta, tee times

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Rights to air The Masters 2021 in the UK belong to Sky Sports and the coverage from Augusta will be shown on Sky Sports Golf and Sky Sports Main Event. You can find the best Sky TV deals and sign up to Sky Sports.

Not a full Sky subscriber? Fans can enjoy The Masters 2021 live stream with a Now day pass (£9.99) or a monthly pass (£33.99). Keep your eyes open for occasional discount as well as the option of the Now Mobile Month Pass which offers mobile device access for just £5.99 per month.

Now TV Sky Sports Pass

Now Sky Sports Pass From £5.99/month
Watch The Masters 2021, plus Premier League games, for a one-off fixed price. Prices start at £5.99 for the Mobile Pass. For smart TV access, use a Day Pass (£9.99) or Month Pass (£33.99). Add the Boost Pass for £3/month to get full 1080p HD, 5.1 Dolby surround sound and watch on three screens at once.

Virgin Media customers are be able to watch The Masters 2021 with a Sky Sports subscription through the Virgin Media’s Bigger + Sports bundle which covers all the Sky and BT televised sport.

If you have a Virgin TiVo box and access to BT or Sky, you can watch on-the-go through Virgin's TV Anywhere app.

USA: The Masters live stream 2021

The Masters 2021 live stream: how to watch the golf at Augusta, tee times

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EPSN and CBS will share coverage of The Masters 2021 golf. ESPN will supply live coverage of Thursday and Friday, while CBS gets the juicy stuff – Saturday and Sunday.

Don't have cable? Simply sign up to the ESPN+ and Paramount+ streaming services. Paramount+ costs from only $5.99 per month and you can cancel at any time – there's no lock-in contract to worry about.

The other option is to subscribe to FuboTV. The cable-cutting streaming service carries both ESPN and CBS, and a plethora of other sports and entertainment channel. It costs $59.99 per month, you can currently grab a free 7-day trial. You'll need to input your credit card details to verify your identity.

Both free trials are only available in the USA, so any US citizen stuck outside their own country will need to use a VPN to get access.

The Masters 2021 live stream in Australia

The Masters 2021 live stream: how to watch the golf at Augusta, tee times

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Streaming service Kayo Sports offers the best coverage of The Masters 2021 golf down under. You can live stream every round, from the first tee shot to the final putt.

Subscription costs $25 per month for Kayo Basic or $35 per month for Kayo Premium. The latter is a good option if you want to stream the coverage to various TVs and devices throughout your home.

Better still, Kayo Sports is currently offering a free 14-day trial.

Of course, the free trial is only available in Australia, so any Aussie stuck outside their own country will need to use a VPN to get access.

The Masters 2021 tee times

The Masters 2021 live stream: how to watch the golf at Augusta, tee times

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All times in British Summer Time. Nationality US unless stated.

DAY FOUR – Sunday 11th April 2021

1500 A Scott (Aus), J Herman

1510 J M Olazabal (Esp), B Todd

1520 G Woodland, C Bezuidenhout (Rsa)

1530 B Horschel, P Casey (Eng)

1540 M Thompson, A Ancer (Mex)

1550 T Hatton (Eng), I Poulter (Eng)

1600 B DeChambeau, H English

1610 L Oosthuizen (Rsa), J Kokrak

1620 S Munoz (Col), C Champ

1640 C Morikawa, M Jones (Aus)

1650 M Fitzpatrick (Eng), T Fleetwood (Eng)

1700 B Watson, M Laird (Sco)

1710 C Schwartzel (Rsa), M Wallace (Eng)

1720 M Hughes (Can), S Lowry (Ire)

1730 J Rahm (Esp), S Scheffler

1740 J Niemann (Chl), W Simpson

1750 F Molinari (Ita), P Mickelson

1800 J Thomas, C Smith (Aus)

1820 R Palmer, V Hovland (Nor)

1830 S Cink, H Stenson (Swe)

1840 K Na, P Reed

1850 B Wiesberger (Aut), Si Woo Kim (Kor)

1900 R MacIntyre (Sco), T Finau

1910 B Harman, J Spieth

1920 C Conners (Can), W Zalatoris

1930 J Rose (Eng), M Leishman (Aus)

1940 X Schauffele, H Matsuyama (Jpn)

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