Friday, September 24th 2010
The only broadcaster to air all four days of The Masters live will be Sky.
Sky has announced it will be the only broadcaster to screen all four days of Masters golf in the UK and Ireland from 2011.
The pay-TV provider revealed it will offer Sky Sports subscribers the opportunity to watch exclusive live coverage of the first two days of the tournament, starting with footage of the par-three competition on April 6th.
Furthermore, the contest at Augusta National Golf Club will be the first of the sport's Majors to be available in 3D, although the October 1st to 3rd 2010 Ryder Cup clash between Europe and the US will also be shown on Sky 3D.
Managing director of Sky Sports Barney Francis said subscribers who watch The Masters in 3D will enjoy a "unique" experience which captures the contours of the famous course.
He added: "Sky Sports has enjoyed a great partnership with golf for nearly two decades ... [and] we are excited that The US Masters is now at the heart of our golf calendar."
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