A Sunday at Augusta National Golf Club is a beautiful thing as golf fans usher in the start of spring with the final round of The Masters. For many, the final round invokes memories of gathering around the TV to watch golfers battle it out at golf's most tradition-rich major. The 2011 Masters enters the final round on Sunday, with plenty of TV coverage to go around for golf fans itching to see who wears the green jacket this year.
CBS has the broadcasting duties again on Sunday, with Jim Nantz taking the microphone in Butler Cabin to narrate the action, along with some help from his on course friends. The coverage window is larger for Sunday's final round, with CBS picking up the action at 11 a.m. here on the West Coast. Coverage is expected to last until sometime after 4 p.m., but could go longer depending on when the final go longer depending on the length of the final round.
Just like the first three rounds, coverage can also be found online at The Masters website. Coverage of the featured groups begins at 9:30 a.m. PDT as cameras follow a few of the groups to watch. Amen Corner coverage will also be ongoing throughout the day beginning at 8:45 a.m. here on the West Coast.
Tune-in early as the final round of The Masters gets underway on Sunday. For more on the tournament, including tee times and leaderboard updates, check out the rest of our 2011 Masters StoryStream.