Where to watch The Masters live online

If you’re stuck at work or nowhere near a TV, you can still get your golf fix by catching The Masters online (at their official website) or even on your iPhone.

CBS Sports has some live streaming going on, and ESPN is touting “action from the opening round from Augusta National” starting at 4pm EST. The New York Daily News seems to be liveblogging events at the golf tournament, too, if you can’t get away with video coverage at your desk. Another alternative is the free Masters iPhone app, with video, radio, screenshots, a leader board and info on the course. (Clicking the iPhone app link will open iTunes, be warned.)

The Masters marks the return of Tiger Woods to competition after his lengthy fall from grace starting last Thanksgiving. Woods expressed concerns that he may be slightly out of practice:

“The fact that I haven’t really played at all, that’s a little bit concerning,” Woods said early in the week. “I’m hoping I get my feel back quickly, my feel for the game, my feel for shots, feel more how my body is reacting and what my distances are going to be. I hope I get that back, you know, relatively quickly. Maybe, hopefully, the first hole. But if not, please hope it’s the second hole.”