We are just about to come into one of the most exciting golf dates on the calendar, the Masters. The Masters sees the world's best players battle it out after what can only be described as a bumpy 12 months. If you haven't decided where you will be tuning into the Masters yet, here are some of the best app options.
What apps can you use to watch the Masters?
There are so many ways that you can watch the Masters. There are several streaming partners if you don't mind signing up for a subscription (or you already may have one?) Some examples are; DirecTV Stream, YouTube TV, Sling TV, Hulu + Live TV, ESPN +, and Paramount +.
Many viewers prefer to watch it through an app, though - even better if you can place a wager on your favorites. DraftKings offers masters odds, as well as other in-round information. You'll also find the Masters streaming on CBS Sports App, ESPN app, Xfinity, and Optimum.
Tuning in via an app can be better than watching from a computer or a TV because you are freer to move around - and take the app wherever you go! And, if you've watched the Masters before, you'll know there are some things that you don't want to miss.
What are some of the most iconic moments in the Masters?
Since the Masters has been running since 1934, and over the years, there are plenty of amazing moments to choose from.
Sudden Death Play-off
In 1979 the first sudden-death play-off at the Masters occured. A pair of green coats used an envelope and a flagstick to see who was away on the 10th green. Plenty of putts were missed on the green, but Fuzzy Zoeller knocked a seven-footer on the second extra hole. A photo of the moment shows Zoeller throwing his putter and jumping for joy.
No matter where you see a sliding tackle, you are bound to wince, and in 2019 a surprise sliding tackle happened on the green. Tiger Woods was already known for making it through numerous back surgeries at the time, but a security guard who slipped almost took him out. The crowd was getting excited, and the security guard was keeping them at bay when disaster struck, and he slid tackled his way into Tiger.
Tiger limped on and ended up putting one of the most iconic birdies to date (which was an indicator of the week he was about to have).
2013 put Adam Scott into a sudden-death play-off with Angel Cabrera. Scott managed an impressive 20-footer on the final hole for a birdie in regulation to make the playoff and then added another birdie 15 feet on the 10th to win the title. Adam Scott finally won his first major title, and the coveted green jacket was his.
Not only that, but if the rules remain the same, this is the only Masters win by someone using an anchored putting stroke.
Greg Norman dominated the golf scene in 1987, and Ballesteros had already bagged himself two green jackets - formidable players. However, a much lesser-known professional golfer called Larry Mize managed to beat them both with a chip-in!
Tied for the lead, the three of them began their play-off, and first to get knocked out was Steve Ballesteros - failing to make par on No. 10.
Mize and Norman carried on to No.11, and it was there that Norma reached the green and needed to make a 20-foot putt. Mize missed to the right because he was watching the water on the left of the No.11 green. In the end, it worked out for him.
Mize ended up hitting the perfect chip shot, and the ball clattered into the cup for a birdie. Norman was clearly shaken by this and couldn't make his birdie. Larry Mize managed to snatch victory from the clutches of two golf titans at the time. That was also Mize's only major championship win.
This shot by Mize has gone down as one of the most memorable next to Bubba Watson's wedge shot (2012).
Jack Nicklaus in 1986 was considered to be long beyond his prime gold playing days at the age of 46 - but boy, did he prove everyone wrong. Although he had yet to claim a title since the 1980 PGA Championship, it wasn't going to be his last.
Some familiar big names in golf were all ahead of him on the leaderboard, including Bernhard Langer, Steve Ballesteros, and Greg Norman.
A bogey, five birdies, and then an eagle at No. 15 on the back nine. And after all of his hard work, the rest of the field failed to match him. It led him to his 6th green jacket and the final major victory of his career.
No matter what way you slice it, the Masters has some of the most intense matches - who knows what this year will bring!