Direct TV Offers Enhanced Coverage of Masters Tournament

Another reason I’m glad I ditched Comcast and went to Direct TV: the satellite channel will offer “enhanced” Masters coverage this year:

The centerpiece of DIRECTV’s coverage of the Tournament will be the Masters Mix Channel, offering viewers a unique window on the fabled Augusta course with access to four different views on one screen, including a view dedicated to covering the famed “Amen Corner,” another focusing on critical finishing holes 15 and 16, a continuously updated highlight channel showcasing Tournament leaders and their scores, and the CBS national broadcast.

Viewers will also be able to access scores and stats, a top five leader board, Masters trivia and Tournament history by clicking on a small menu icon that appears on each channel.

There’s more, too, on two separate channels. It sounds really cool.


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2 thoughts on “Direct TV Offers Enhanced Coverage of Masters Tournament”

  1. I think we better get used to 4 different camera angles on Tiger all at once.

    With Tiger as dominant as he is, I think it is going to be a good year for Champions and LPGA.


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