Masters Live Streaming 2013: Complete Online Guide for Third Round
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We are now entering the second round of the Masters, which means the Internet will be buzzing with millions of people desperately trying to stream some epic golf action.
Now that they have weathered that storm (and more literal ones), everyone can watch the best player in the world with their medium of choice. So, where in cyberspace can you find all the Masters information you will ever need?
First and foremost, check out the Masters’ website. It has live streaming, up-to-date leaderboards and more tournament news than you thought existed. Plus, it has some of the most gorgeous pictures of Augusta ever.
CBS Sports is putting a lot of effort behind its Masters coverage. You can stream everything and get all the statistics your heart desires, while also benefiting from expert picks and analysis. They even have a section highlighting Masters equipment.
If you are just looking for headlines and general Masters info, check out TSN’s coverage. Canadian golf fans can stream certain special content on their iPhones or iPads by downloading TSN’s Masters app.
For coverage beyond the tournament itself, SB Nation is doing everything in its power to provide golf fans with infotainment. While you can still find all the latest statistics and headlines, you will also come across stories about Rory McIlroy’s girlfriend and adorable gifs of Robert Garrigus’s son.
Of course, Bleacher Report is always a destination for in-depth Masters coverage and stories about Lindsey Vonn’s floppy hat. How many places can give you for ridiculously thorough and informative slideshows along side “10 Things You Can Buy Instead of Overpriced Weekend Badges”?
Wherever you go to get your Masters fix, just make sure you are glued to your television or computer screen as Woods, McIlroy, Phil Mickelson and the rest of golf’s superstars chase current leaders Marc Leishman, Trevor Immelman and Sergio Garcia.
The coverage is sure to pick up come the third round as the front of the pack begins to separate itself from the competition and everyone else struggles to keep up with the leaders. As a golf fan, this is must see TV.
No matter how you are watching, you will be seeing golf at its finest.
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