Final Round Broadcasts Of The Masters On YouTube
If you can’t get enough of Augusta National and The Masters, YouTube has a treat: The final round broadcasts of every Masters going back to 1968.
You can relive Jack’s triumph in 1986 and The Shark’s collapse in 1996. Or Seve’s breakthrough in 1980. Or Mickelson’s magic in 2010. Or Crenshaw’s bittersweet win in 1995.
They’re all here for the watching.
If you don’t have a smart, connected tv that can show YouTube directly, you can still watch it on your big screen with a PlayStation (that’s what I do), XBox, or a Chromecast. I’ve also got a Chromecast. That works pretty well, too.
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