Masters Live: The PGA Tour is back at Augusta National Golf Club for the 2021 Masters Tournament. A year removed from the pandemic moving the tournament to November, this year we’re back on schedule. The normal spring dates mean we shouldn’t have to deal with suspensions due to darkness, and the tournament will not be in the final month of hurricane season as it was last fall.
Dustin Johnson is the defending champion a year after finished tied for second. That win was the second major of his career. He finished -20 for the tournament and five strokes up on Sunjae Im and Cameron Smith. Johnson entered the 2021 Masters as the betting favorite DraftKings Sportsbook with odds at +950.
The second round of the tournament gets underway on Friday, with tee times starting at 8 a.m. ET. ESPN will broadcast the second round of the tournament on Friday, with television coverage from 3:00 to 7:30 p.m. ET. Masters.com and the Masters app will offer a simulcast of that coverage. You can also watch featured hole and group coverage on ESPN+ starting at 8:45 a.m.
Below is a full list of tee times for Round 2 of the Masters Tournament on Friday. The featured groups on Friday, according to Pro Golf Weekly, include the following with associated tee times.
10:30am – Bryson DeChambeau, Adam Scott, Max Homa
10:42am – Tony Finau, Louis Oosthuizen, Justin Thomas
10:54am – Jordan Spieth, Collin Morikawa, Cameron Smith
1:36pm – Dustin Johnson, Lee Westwood, Tyler Strafaci (a)
1:48pm – Rory McIlroy, Xander Schauffele, Jon Rahm
2:00pm – Patrick Reed, Daniel Berger, Paul Casey
It’s the pinnacle of the golfing year — and time to learn how to watch the Masters 2021. And trust us, you won’t want to miss the action from the Augusta National, because based on the first round, it’s going to be an excellent tournament.
Britain’s Justin Rose currently leads the field by four shots, after shooting a superb seven-under-par 65 in the first round. He sits ahead of Brian Harman and Hideki Matsuyama, both on -3, while 2018 winner Patrick Reed is at -2 and 2015 champion Jordan Spieth lurks at -1. Shot of the day, though, belonged to Rory McIlroy, whose wayward drive at the seventh hole hit his own dad, Gerry, on the leg.
It’ll be fascinating to see what happens among those iconic azaleas and super-fast greens from this point — which is why so many people will be wondering how to watch the Masters 2021 via a live stream.
The good news is that there are lots of ways you can tune in to a Masters live stream, wherever you are in the world. Here’s how to watch the Masters 2021 live stream online.