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How to Stream Tiger's Rounds at 2023 Masters

Mike Noblin
Written by Mike Noblin
April 5, 2023
How to Stream Tiger's Rounds at 2023 Masters

88 players will tee it up at the 2023 Masters, and Tiger Woods will be one of them! The GOAT hasn't played in a tournament since February when he played at Riviera Country Club for the Genesis Invitational. Woods finished in a tie for 45th place, and many folks are wondering if he'll even make the cut at Augusta National this year.

Tiger will tee off on Thursday, April 6th, at 10:18 AM Eastern Time. He'll be paired with Viktor Hovland and Xander Schauffele. That same group will tee it up at 1:24 PM Eastern Time on Friday, April 7. ESPN+ is available on most devices and offers you exclusive, commercial-free access to featured groups, allowing you to watch every shot Tiger takes on Thursday and Friday.

ESPN Streaming Options

Stream the Masters Exclusively on ESPN+

Including Tiger's Rounds

Best Way to Stream Tiger's Rounds at Augusta: ESPN+

Want to make sure you don't miss any of Tiger Woods' rounds at The Masters? The best way to follow Tiger is by subscribing to ESPN+. For just $9.99 per month, you'll get to not only watch Woods in action, but you'll get exclusive access to almost all PGA Tour tournaments as well.

Another option is to pay the yearly subscription fee of only $99.99 for ESPN+. This will save you around 20% off the monthly price option. As an ESPN+ subscriber, you'll get to see featured holes and featured groups throughout the entire PGA Tour season. More importantly, you won't miss any shots from The Big Cat at Augusta National.

Signing up for ESPN+ is quick and easy! All they need is some basic information, and you'll be off and running. ESPN + can be streamed on any iOS or Android device, as well as a whole host of other devices like Roku, Amazon Fire TV, XBOX, Oculus, Facebook Portal, Xfinity, and PlayStation.

This means whether you are at home or at work, you won't have to miss any of Tiger's shots at The Masters! For a whole list of golf streaming services, check out our list for 2023.

How Will Tiger's Featured Group Be Covered on the ESPN+ Stream?

Featured groups are a great way to watch your favorite golfer. You will see every shot Tiger hits during the featured group stream and will also see highlights from other groups in between shots.

ESPN+ does a great job of ensuring you don't miss a shot by keeping the action on the screen if there are any commercial breaks, but typically, when watching a featured group, commercials are kept at a minimum and timed between holes.

If you would rather watch the main Masters feed, ESPN+ obviously has that available as well, and it is a pretty safe bet they won't miss any of Tiger's shots.

What are Tiger's Odds to Win the Masters?

Woods is considered by many to be a long shot to win the 2023 Masters. That being said, most experts said that exact same thing back in 2019, when Tiger shocked the world by winning his 5th green jacket. Woods' main issue will be walking the rugged Augusta National terrain for a full 4 days.

DraftKings currently lists Woods at +9000 to win the 2023 Masters. The shortest odds on Woods to don his 6th green jacket can be found at BetMGM (+6600). In the famous words of Lloyd Christmas, "So you're telling me there's a chance?"

Tiger Looking for Sixth Green Jacket

If Tiger were to win the 2023 Masters, it would be the 6th green jacket of his career. Here is a look back at his previous five wins here at Augusta:

  • In 1997, he won with a final score of -18.
  • In 2001, he won with a final score of -16.
  • In 2002, he won with a final score of -12.
  • In 2005, he won in a playoff with Chris DiMarco, with a final score of -12.
  • In 2019, he won with a final score of -13.
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