The 2014 Masters is coming to a close on Sunday, and fans can watch the final day online via free streaming video to see the exciting conclusion to the year’s first major.
So far there are some surprises on the leaderboard, with 2012 champion Bubba Watson at the top along with 20-year-old Jordan Spieth. Both are tied at 5-under-par, with Matt Kuchar (68) and Jonas Blixt (71) one shot back.
While Spieth is in unfamiliar territory, Watson finds himself just where he was two years ago.
“If I can hit greens that means I’ve hit good tee shots, and I hit good irons shots and just trying to make par from there and throw in a birdie here and there,” Watson told reporters.
“I’m trying to get the jacket back,” he added. “I want that feeling again.”
Golf fans who watch the Masters live online may see a dark horse candidate — Miguel Angel Jimenez, the longtime veteran who has more than 20 wins on the European Tour. He is just two shots off the lead.
“When you reach the 50s, it’s not about how you feel now, because people take more care of themselves and you are more healthier at this age, no?” Jimenez said. “Probably the main thing is that I’m doing what I like to do in my life, and I’m enjoying it completely.
“It’s my 26th year on Tour. And probably some people say, `That’s so many years, that’s got to be hard and that’s got to be hard on the body,'” Jimenez said. “No, I love what I’m doing. I hope I’m still in the same conditions for another 25.”
Golf fans who want to watch the 2014 Masters golf tournament live online can catch free streaming video through Masters.com, and video will be available to European viewers through the BBC and Sky Sports.