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2014 Masters live stream, TV schedule & odds; Adam Scott, Rory McIlroy favored

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The 2014 Masters live stream and TV coverage is scheduled to get underway tomorrow, April 9 and run through Sunday, April 13 as the best golfers in the world will gather in Augusta, Ga. for a shot at history. The Masters is one of the top golf tournaments held every year and for the field of 94 ready to tee off, it's a chance of a lifetime. This year one of golfs greatest players will be noticeably absent from the 2014 Masters live stream tournament for the first time in two decades.

According to an ESPN report on April 9, Tiger Woods will not be in Augusta for the first time in 20 year's and his buddy and fellow golfer Phil Mickelson misses him already.

"It's a weird feeling not having him here, isn't it?" Mickelson said. "He's been such a mainstay in professional golf and the majors. It's awkward to not have him here. I hope he gets back soon. I mean, I hope he's back for the other majors, and as much as I want to win and I know how great he is and tough to beat it ... it also makes it special when he's in the field and you're able to win."

Woods announced that he would miss the 2014 Masters after undergoing surgery on his back for a pinched nerve.

While Mickelson may miss Woods, other players may be breathing a sigh of relief that they won't have to face Tiger. Woods may not be the same player he was a decade ago, but the hype for Tiger hasn't disappeared much. Woods is still a fan favorite by far and will be missed, but once the tournament officially tees-off the action and intensity will be high.

Woods has been one of the favorites if not the top favorite at The Masters Tournament almost every year since 1994, but without him the favorite according to several Vegas sports books is last year's champ Adam Scott.

The Australian will try to become the first player to repeat at Augusta since Woods did back in 2001 and 2002.

Scott, along with Rory McIlroy and Phil Mickelson are the top three favorite in this year's tourney.

Fans can catch all the Masters action on ESPN nationally tomorrow and Friday from 3 p.m.-7 p.m. CBS picks up the action for the final two rounds on Saturday beginning at 3:00 p.m. and again on Sunday starting at 2:00 p.m. You can also catch all every putt and drive streaming live online through cbssports.com/video/player/masters-live or Masters.com.

Here is a look at the odds to win the 2014 Masters Tournament. Who is your pick to win?

  1. Adam Scott – 10/1
  2. Rory McIlroy — 10/1
  3. Phil Mickelson – 12/1
  4. Jason Day – 14/1
  5. Matt Kuchar – 18/1
  6. Sergio Garcia – 20/1
  7. Dustin Johnson – 22/1
  8. Bubba Watson – 25/1
  9. Henrik Stenson – 25/1
  10. Zach Johnson – 28/1
  11. Justin Rose – 30/1
  12. Brandt Snedeker – 33/1
  13. Charl Schwartzel – 33/1
  14. Jason Dufner – 33/1
  15. Jordan Spieth – 33/1
  16. Keegan Bradley – 33/1
  17. Hunter Mahan – 40/1
  18. Lee Westwood – 40/1
  19. Angel Cabrera – 50/1
  20. Harris English – 50/1
  21. Ian Poulter – 50/1
  22. Luke Donald – 50/1
  23. Patrick Reed – 50/1
  24. Jimmy Walker – 55/1
  25. Graeme McDowell – 60/1
  26. Gary Woodland – 66/1
  27. Graham Delaet – 66/1
  28. Louis Oosthuizen – 66/1
  29. Rickie Fowler – 66/1
  30. Bill Haas – 80/1
  31. Hideki Matsuyama – 80/1
  32. Jim Furyk – 80/1
  33. Steve Stricker – 80/1
  34. Webb Simpson – 80/1
  35. K.J. Choi – 100/1
  36. Marc Leishman – 100/1
  37. Ryan Moore – 100/1
  38. Victor Dubuisson – 100/1
  39. Ernie Els – 125/1
  40. Francesco Molinari – 125/1
  41. Fred Couples – 125/1
  42. Jamie Donaldson – 125/1
  43. Nick Watney – 125/1
  44. Peter Hanson – 125/1
  45. Russell Henley – 125/1
  46. Thorbjorn Olesen – 125/1
  47. Billy Horschel – 150/1
  48. Martin Kaymer – 150/1
  49. Matt Every – 150/1
  50. Matt Jones – 150/1
  51. Matteo Manassero – 150/1
  52. Trevor Immelman – 150/1
  53. Branden Grace – 200/1
  54. Chris Kirk – 200/1
  55. Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano – 200/1
  56. John Senden – 200/1
  57. Kevin Streelman – 200/1
  58. Miguel Angel Jimenez – 200/1
  59. Stephen Gallacher – 200/1
  60. Thomas Bjorn – 200/1
  61. Bernhard Langer – 250/1
  62. Boo Weekley – 250/1
  63. Brendon De Jonge – 250/1
  64. Jonas Blixt – 250/1
  65. Joost Luiten – 250/1
  66. Scott Stallings – 250/1
  67. Stewart Cink – 250/1
  68. Tim Clark – 250/1
  69. David Lynn – 300/1
  70. John Huh – 300/1
  71. Kevin Stadler – 300/1
  72. Roberto Castro – 300/1
  73. Sang-Moon Bae – 300/1
  74. Thongchai Jaidee – 300/1
  75. Vijay Singh – 300/1
  76. Steven Bowditch – 400/1
  77. Yong-Eun Yang – 400/1
  78. D.A. Points – 500/1
  79. Darren Clarke – 500/1
  80. Ken Duke – 500/1
  81. Lucas Glover – 500/1
  82. Field — 750/1
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