If you’re away from the TV this week, a great way to keep track of Masters coverage (besides here on NGN) is on the web at Masters.com, where not surprisingly you’ll find a world-class web site put together by a world-class golf club. Featuring a great short video intro that changes for each new site visit, the site also has a great video bar at the bottom of each page with the last 30 video clips, making it easy to get to the latest videos from the Masters. The site has full tournament information, including patron information, tournament schedule, info on the Par 3 contest, live leaderboard, tournament stats and a bunch of live coverage that will become active once play begins on Thursday (some coverage will be available during the Par 3 contest on Wednesday). It also includes player and pairings info, a full news section and comprehensive information about the course, including info about and photos of each hole, as well as the famous landmarks around the course.
Masters.com is a terrific web site, and the Masters app is just as great. Available for iPad, iPhone and Android, the Masters app lets you take a lot of of the great information from masters.com with you on the go. The app contains most of the great features from the full site including news, photos and video, live leaderboard, players and pairing info, course info and much more.
So if you want to make the most of your Masters experience this year, even if you are watching the tournament on TV, check into Masters.com for additional features and coverage. And if for some reason you have to leave your TV, the Masters app will keep you up to date when you are on the road.