The Masters 2021 Day 3: how and where to watch - times, TV, online

All the information you need on how and where to watch the third day of the 2021 Masters from Augusta National Golf Club, Georgia, on Saturday 10 April.

The Masters 2021 Day 3: how and where to watch - times, TV, online

Day 1 of The Masters saw Justin Rose grab all the headlines, shooting his best ever round at Augusta National. In what was a day marked by swirling winds, Rose was two over through seven holes, and an eagle on the par 5 eight sparked one of the greatest runs ever witnessed in Masters history. The English golfer went -9 in the final 11 holes, ending his incredible first round on -7 to soar to a 4 shot lead over Hideki Matsuayama and Brian Harman.

And on Day 2, despite a really tricky start, it was Rose who held his nerve and reach the clubhouse at the halfway stage still out in front, but by a slender single shot. As is customary, he'll be heading out in the final group.

With it all to play for, and plenty in the hunt, you'll not want to miss a thing on Day 3.

When and where is the 2021 Masters being held?

The 2021 Masters is being held at the Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia and will be contested from 8 April to 11 April 2021.

Day 3 of the 2021 Masters will tee off on Saturday 10 April at 8 am ET. The action gets underway with Paul Casey and Ian Poulter teeing off in Group 1 this morning and will be brought to a close this afternoon with Justin Rose (-7) and Will Zalatoris (-6).  Check out all the pairings and their associated start times.

Find out what time the Masters tees off where you are in the world.

Where can I watch Day 3 of the 2021 Masters?

In the US, ESPN and CBS will be broadcasting 18 hours of action daily from Augusta, with simultaneous online coverage on and the official Masters app.

Internationally, various broadcasters will be showing the 2021 Masters.

Masters 2021 selected broadcasters

UK: Sky Sports

Canada: TSN

Australia: Kayo Sports

Is Day 3 of the 2021 Masters online?

The 2021 Masters is available in most nations through the rights holders’ online platform, if they have one. The best option is to check who is showing the tournament in your country and if they have an online service or Ios/Android app to watch it on.

For example, in the US FuboTV is available for a free trial and includes ESPN and CBS in its starter package. ESPN is also available through its streaming service, ESPN Plus ($5.99), while CBS also has a streaming service, Paramount Plus ($9.99 without ads, $5.99 with ads).

The 2021 Masters: AS English live coverage

You can also follow our live, stroke-by-stroke text commentary of the tournament here on AS English. We’ll be picking through the rough and the smooth of the field throughout the Masters with an up-to-date account of the action as it unfolds.