We’ve finally made it.
The first and undoubtedly the most coveted of the year’s four majors is officially upon us, as The Masters will begin on Thursday at Augusta National in Georgia. Held in Augusta since its debut in 1934, The Masters truly is a tradition unlike any other.
Let’s take a closer look at how you can view (and get involved with) the action.
How can you watch The Masters?
The entire 2022 Masters can be streamed in the United States for free on the tournament’s official website, as well as ESPN+ and Paramount+ (for those with subscriptions). As for television, Thursday and Friday coverage can be found on ESPN from 1-5:30 p.m. ET.
For the weekend, CBS will play host, with a schedule of Friday from 9 a.m to noon ET and Sunday from 10 a.m. to the tournament’s finish.
As in years past, ESPN+ will offer alternate viewing, such as specific groupings or holes throughout the event.
Where can you bet on The Masters?
While all major sportsbooks will offer a variety of Masters betting opportunities, FanDuel was recently announced as the PGA Tour’s official betting operator as of January. With the announcement, FanDuel will have the United States rights to use the PGA Tour marks in advertisements.
Other sportsbooks such as DraftKings, which was the Tour’s former official partner, will no doubt have their fair share of advertisements throughout the weekend. One of the tournament’s favorites, Bryson DeChambeau, recently signed an endorsement deal with DraftKings and will no doubt be rocking their logo throughout the week.
Whether you’re’ new to sports betting or a betting pro, our How To Bet and Sports Betting Strategy and Advice pages are for you. You can get started with our Sports Betting 101 Section — including 10 Sports Betting Tips for Beginners — or head to more advanced sports betting strategy — like Key Numbers When Betting Against the Spread — to learn more.