If you're stuck at work during the first round of The Masters, there are ways to watch all the action throughout the day. ESPN will coverage the broadcasting duties on TV -- and the full TV schedule can be found in our Masters StoryStream -- but an online stream will be available all day. All you need is a computer and access to the Internet. With the click of a mouse, coverage of the day's featured groups and Amen Corner are available for your streaming pleasure.
The Masters website has taken a big step forward in recent years and the 2011 Masters coverage is no exception. There you'll find live streams of Amen Corner, the 15th and 16th hole, the range and two featured groups per day. You can find all the available streams here.
If standard streams aren't your thing, The Masters is providing 3D coverage of the tournament this year, as well. First round coverage will be broadcast on ESPN3D, for those with a 3D TV, or online at The Masters website, though I have no idea how to watch a 3D broadcast on a computer. As technology progresses, coverage continues to improve, much to the delight of golf fans.
In addition to on-course coverage, you'll find player interviews and Masters in-depth features at masters.com, beginning on Thursday at 12 p.m. PDT.