The Masters in November is not what fans anticipated at the start of 2020, but now the last major of the year is just two weeks away, and it is going to look both similar and different from previous years. Augusta National Golf Club announced numerous tweaks to the Masters's schedule as it operates the year's most prominent major amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

For starters, this year's edition of the Masters will not include the much anticipated Par 3 Contest. It was previously announced that patrons would not be permitted at Augusta National this year.

Television coverage will also look a bit different. On Saturday, the lead-in to the CBS third-round broadcast will feature ESPN's "College GameDay," which will be set up overlooking Ike's Pond and the Par 3 Course. ESPN announced on Tuesday that College GameDay will originate from Augusta National Golf Club, and will feature longtime ESPN hosts Rece Davis, Lee Corso, Kirk Herbstreit, Desmond Howard.

In addition, ESPN will handle the first two rounds of the tournament while CBS will take over the final two rounds. Sunday's coverage will also start earlier than normal with the tournament wrapping up by 3 p.m. ET.

While viewing the famed golf tournament on television is the typical way of watching the event, viewers can also resort to streaming services to watch it. CBS All Access, Watch ESPN, Hulu + Live TV, fuboTV, and YouTube TV are all reliable streaming options where viewers can view the tournament.

The Masters will also stream the event on their website free of charge.

According to Odds Shark Bryson DeChambeau is the favorite to win the tournament. However, he is followed closely behind by Rory McIlroy, Dustin Johnson, Jon Rahm, and Justin Thomas.