Update: Here’s your best bet: The feed at Masters.com. It has a few cool features like a leaderboard pop-up and picture-within-picture (when watching in full screen) that take the experience over the top.
Earlier: Not near a TV for the Masters? CBS is bringing live streaming coverage to the Web, just as they did with March Madness.
Starting at 10:45 a.m. ET today, click here for Internet coverage of the event via CBSSports.com. The video uses Adobe’s standard Flash plugin.
People with some AT&T (T) phones may also be able to watch the competition on their mobile device via the FLO TV service — subscription required.
Update: We have a few more links for golf addicts to check out.
There’s a Masters iPhone app.
AT&T Fanzone is offering some nifty features, like the ability to choose between mutiple camera angles and see clips from previous tournaments. Subscribers to the AT&T Uverse Internet service can also get a free app to add some interactivity to their TV.
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