It's moving day at The Masters as the third round begins at Augusta National on Saturday. The field has been narrowed and golfers have passed the halfway point, with only 36 holes to go until the 2011 Masters champion is crowned. The arrival of the weekend brings a shift in coverage as Jim Nantz takes over in the broadcast tower and CBS assumes the production role at The Masters. There's nothing quite like a weekend spent watching golf's first major, signifying the arrival of spring for many.
The broadcast begins at 12:30 p.m. PDT on Saturday, live on CBS. With golfers hitting the course just about three hours later than they did over the first two rounds, more golfers will be on the course, and the final pairings, made up of the leaders after 36 holes, will be featured throughout the broadcast. Rory McIlroy and Jason Day are the final pairing on Saturday, with Tiger Woods lurking three shots behind and in the second-to-last group.
The online stream will be up and running again on Saturday as The Masters website broadcasts Amen Corner, holes No. 15 and 16, the featured groups and more. If you're unable to make it to a TV or itching to watch even more Masters coverage, those streams will be available at 8:45 a.m. here on the West Coast.
Settle in and get ready for a day of golf, and plenty of story-lines to boot as the 2011 Masters enters the home stretch with Saturday's third round.
For more on the tournament, including the leaderboard and tee times, check out our 2011 Masters StoryStream. For more on the tournament, check out SB Nation’s full 2011 Masters coverage, or head over to SB Nation Atlanta.