The 2010 Masters Golf Tournament will tee off from the Augusta National Golf Club April 8-11, and CBSSports.com, Masters.com, CBS Sports, and the Masters Tournament detailed plans for Masters Live, which will offer more than 86 hours of live video from the tournament, up more than 50 percent from the 2009 event.
Masters Live will also present a Featured Group channel, which will highlight selected pairings as they navigate holes 10-18.
The Featured Group channel will join Amen Corner Live (streaming video of holes 11-13), 15 & 16 Live, and Masters Extra (live streaming video of the entire field and course for one hour prior to television coverage).
Masters Extra will be produced by CBS Sports with its complete Masters announcer lineup: Jim Nantz, Nick Faldo, Peter Oosterhuis, Verne Lundquist, David Feherty, Bill Macatee, Peter Kostis, and Ian Baker-Finch.
Other talent for Masters Live will include Ian Eagle and Matt Gogel on Amen Corner Live; Bobby Clampett as the announcer for 15 & 16 Live; and Grant Boone and Billy Kratzert following the Featured Group pairings.