The Masters will see golf’s biggest names come together for one of the four majors of the year.
Rory McIlroy, Dustin Johnson and Tiger Woods will all be battling to don the Green Jacket at the end of the four days.
It all starts on Thursday and McIlroy – who won the Players Championship earlier this year – is ready to go for glory.
“I don’t think I’ve ever started a season this well,” said McIlroy.
“It’s focusing on the small things and not living or dying by the results.”
The Northern Irishman just needs the Master to complete a career swoop of all four majors.
So how can you watch the Masters online this weekend?
Here’s everything you need to know…
Masters 2019 streaming: How to stream the Masters online
The Masters takes place at Augusta once again this year and this is good news for UK viewers.
Augusta is just four hours behind the UK, so when TV broadcasts begin at 3pm on Thursday, April 11 it will only be 7pm in the UK.
Sky Sports are showing all four days of the Masters on Sky Sports Golf and either Sky Sports Main Event or Sky Sports Mix.
Coverage on Thursday, Friday and Saturday starts at 7pm, with Sunday’s broadcast beginning at 6pm.
However, the BBC will also be broadcasting the final two days of the Masters, while also showing the live coverage on their iPlayer service.
But viewers won’t be able to watch every second of the Masters. And this is why…
Is it legal to stream Masters in FULL?
The Masters will not be completely broadcasted on UK television this week.
That’s because the early rounds on Thursday and Friday morning are to being filmed for live television.
Organisers at Augusta have refused to budge on this as they want to retain some of the ‘prestige’ of the tournament.
By not letting broadcasters film live throughout the tournament, they have missed out on millions of dollars worth of TV rights money.
Sky Sports will not be showing the Masters Day One and Two early rounds, with coverage starting at 7pm.
That’s 3pm at Augusta when the big-hitters will be out on the course.
It is illegal to stream the Masters outside of the official Sky Sports or BBC players.