Masters Live on CBSSports.com Returns with Three “Channels” to Cover the 2011 Masters
via press release:
to Cover the 2011 Masters®
to follow the action from the 2011 Masters Tournament on CBSSports.com and Masters.com
- Amen Corner: Live streaming video of the 11th, 12th and 13th holes from the Augusta National Golf Club. Ian Eagle and Matt Gogel will provide commentary and analysis for Amen Corner.
- 15 & 16: Live streaming video of the 15th and 16th holes from the Augusta National Golf Club. Jerry Foltz and Billy Ray Brown will serve as the announcers for 15 & 16.
- Featured Group: Live streaming video of selected pairings as they play Hole Nos. 10-18 from Augusta National Golf Club. Andrew Catalon and Billy Kratzert will be following the Featured Group pairings.
Immediately following the conclusion of CBS Sports’ television coverage on Saturday and Sunday, CBSSports.com will present a Masters Live Recap Show. Hosted by Eagle and Gogel, the Masters Live Recap Show will review all of Saturday and Sunday’s action and be available live and on demand.In addition to the three channels of live golf action and the Masters Live Recap Show, CBSSports.com will present the following video highlights from the 2011 Masters Tournament:Highlights from Par 3 Contest: First played in 1960, the Par 3 Contest has become a beloved Wednesday tradition at the Masters. The 2011 Masters Par 3 Contest will be held on Wednesday, April 6 and CBSSports.com will provide video highlights of the action.Press Room: Video highlights of player interviews conducted in the Interview Room from the Augusta National Golf Club.Tournament Highlights: Video highlights of play from each day of the 2011 Masters Tournament.Historical Highlights on Demand: On demand video of memorable highlights and classic moments from past Masters Tournaments.Augusta National Aerials: On demand video fly over’s of the Augusta National Golf Club, allowing fans to enjoy the beauty of one of the famous golf courses in the world.All elements of Masters Live will be available free of charge at cbssports.com and masters.com.The Masters, the most renowned tournament in golf, will be broadcast on CBS for the 56th consecutive year, a record for the longest-running sporting event broadcast on one network. This year marks the 75th Masters Tournament, one of the most highly anticipated sporting events of the year.Schedule for Masters Live Video on CBSSports.com and Masters.com in 2011Featured Group*
- Thursday, April 7: 12:00 PM – Completion of play
- Friday, April 8: 12:00 PM – Completion of play
- Saturday, April 9: 12:00 PM – Completion of play
- Sunday, April 10: 12:00 PM – Completion of play
- Thursday, April 7: 10:45 AM – 5:45 PM
- Friday, April 8: 10:45 AM – 5:45 PM
- Saturday, April 9: 12:00 PM – 5:45 PM
- Sunday, April 10: 11:45 AM – 5:45 PM
15 & 16*
- Thursday, April 7: 11:45 AM – 5:45 PM
- Friday, April 8: 11:45 AM – 5:45 PM
- Saturday, April 9: 1:00 PM – 6:30 PM
- Sunday, April 10: 12:45 PM – 6:30 PM
* Start and end times are estimates and subject to change. All times eastern daylight.About CBSSports.comCBSSports.com is a division of CBS Interactive, the best online content network for information and entertainment. With 200 million people visiting its properties each month, CBS Interactive is a top 10 Web property globally and a top 5 Web property in the U.S. in terms of unique video viewers. Its portfolio of leading brands, which include CNET,CBS.com, CBSSports.com, CBSNews.com, GameSpot, TV.com, BNET, Radio.com, and Last.fm, span popular categories such as technology, entertainment, sports, news and business.Follow CBS Sports on Twitter: twitter.com/cbssportsFollow CBS Sports on Facebook: facebook.com/cbssportsMore information about CBS and its businesses is available at cbscorporation.com.