CBSSports.com and Masters.com Tee Up Masters Live

As golf’s royalty returns to Augusta National Golf Club for the 2011 Masters Golf Tournament, to be held April 7-10, Masters Live will return, as well, adding three online channels to television coverage of the major event, available via CBSSports.com and Masters.com.

The three channels will run throughout the tournament, free-of-charge, adding more than 75 hours of live video from The Masters. They are:

Amen Corner: Live streaming video of the 11th, 12th, and 13th holes, with commentary and analysis from Ian Eagle and Matt Gogel.

15 & 16: Live streaming video of the 15th and 16th holes, anchored by Jerry Foltz and Billy Ray Brown.

Featured Group: Live streaming video of selected pairings as they play Holes 10-18, followed by Andrew Catalon and Billy Kratzert.

Other video available via Masters Live will include: highlights from the Par 3 Contest, to be held Wednesday, April 6; highlights of player interviews; highlights of play each day; on-demand video of highlights from past tournaments; and on-demand video fly-over footage from Augusta National.

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