Excitement for the first fall Masters is building as Augusta National Golf Club is set to take center stage in November for the first time.
The annual April event was moved seven months down the calendar out of concerns for COVID-19. As such, patrons will be be allowed on site.
“Given the circumstances brought about by the pandemic, the delivery of quality content is as important as ever to the storytelling of the Masters Tournament,” Fred Ridley, Chairman of Augusta National Golf Club, said in a statement posted on Masters.com. “While we will dearly miss our patrons at Augusta National this fall, we are excited to showcase what promises to be a truly memorable Masters in a variety of ways for viewers around the world.”
But the viewing experience is getting bigger and better.
Long-time broadcast partner CBS will team up with ESPN to provide 18 hours of live television