Where to watch The Masters Tournament in Lakeland, FL

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The links on Cleveland Heights Golf Course | Photo via @lizleon

In case you weren’t aware, today marks the start of The Masters, a four-day golf tournament with a whopping prize of $11.5 million, and National Beer Day. Sounds like a great combo to us.

If you’re looking for the perfect place to cozy up with a local brew and watch the tournament, check out these seven spots where they’ll be showing it live.

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This sunrise over Cleveland Heights Golf Course has us shopping for clubs. | Photo via @kdprice2015

Dissent Brewing, 125 S Kentucky Ave. | Grab a bite to-go from your favorite downtown eatery and bring it to Dissent. We recommend the Blueberry Marshmallow Berliner Weisse.

Swan Brewing, two locations | Regardless of which location you’re at, you can catch the event while enjoying local brews on draft. Hungry fans should head to the downtown location for bites from the La Palapa Time food truck.

Walk-On’s Sports Bistreaux, 3772 US Hwy. 98 N. | Grab your spot at the bar to watch the tournament. Don’t forget to try the waffle cheese fries.

Winner’s Circle Sportsbar & Grill, 4215 Florida Ave. S. | Pro tip: come for the golf and stay for a live comedy show with Frankie Paul on Fri., April 8 at 9 p.m.

The End Zone, 6206 US Hwy. 98 N. | This sports bar offers local brews on draft, including one of our favorites — Florida Brewing’s Beach Me Up Grapefruit Shandy.

Linkster’s Taproom, 209 E. Main St. | Order a canned local beer or a classic domestic draft to keep you cool while you watch this year’s event.

Union Taproom, 245 W. Central Ave., #102 | This Winter Haven taproom offers local brews at its pour-it-yourself tap wall. Pro tip: order from their pizza kitchen to take your experience from 10/10 to 11/10.

If you’re in the mood to hit the links yourself, check out this list of 11 Lakeland courses where you can take a swing at the sport.