TSN taps Amen Corner, and Masters

TSN heads
to Augusta National Golf Club for all-encompassing coverage of the first major
of the 2007 golf season –
The Masters
April 5 to 8. In
addition to television coverage of all
four rounds
and hour-long preview shows, TSN Broadband will provide exclusive Canadian
online coverage of the famed Amen Corner on Thursday and Friday.

and TSN HD have live coverage of the tournament’s first two rounds and prime
time encore coverage of the third and final rounds (see broadcast schedule

Thursday and Friday, TSN Broadband will provide Canadian golf fans with
exclusive live action of Amen Corner at www.TSN.ca. Made up of holes 11, 12 and
13, Amen Corner is where much of the critical play takes place as golfers must
deal with heavily protected fairways and greens. TSN Broadband will also
provide interviews and highlights of The Masters on-demand throughout the
four-day tournament, while TSN.ca will feature a real-time Top 10 Leaderboard.

TSN and
TSN HD will air 60-minute preview shows live from Augusta National prior to all
four rounds. Rod Black will host alongside analyst Jim Nelford, with
resident golf expert Bob Weeks reporting. Beginning Monday, April 2, the
trio will file daily reports from

for SportsCentre, featuring analysis and interviews with the golfers.

broadcast schedule for The Masters is as follows:

April 5

Corner live at 10:30 a.m. ET (TSN Broadband)

Round Preview Show live at 3 p.m. ET (TSN and TSN HD)

Round live at 4 p.m. ET (TSN and TSN HD) (encore at 11 p.m. ET)

April 6

Corner live at 10:30 a.m. ET (TSN Broadband)

Round Preview Show live at 3 p.m. ET (TSN and TSN HD)

Round live at 4 p.m. ET (TSN and TSN HD) (encore April 7 at 11:30 a.m. ET)

April 7

Round Preview Show live at 2:30 p.m. ET (TSN and TSN HD)

Round Prime Time Coverage at 7:30 p.m. ET (TSN and TSN HD)

April 8

Round Preview Show live at 12 noon ET (TSN and TSN HD)

Round Prime Time Coverage at 8:30 p.m. ET (TSN and TSN HD)

TSN will
also televise six Augusta Masters Classics, airing daily at 2 p.m. ET from
April 2 to 6. These episodes are a collection of highlights and recaps
from previous tournaments.

ESPN Classic

can relive more of The Masters greatest moments as ESPN Classic airs Masters
Revisited, a 6-hour retrospective on Tuesday, April 3 with some of the greatest
moments in the tournament’s storied history.

6 p.m. ET
– 1960 Masters – A young Arnold Palmer takes his second of four career green

7 p.m. ET
– 1986 Masters – At 45, Jack Nicklaus becomes the oldest player to win The
Masters with his fourth and final win at Augusta

8 p.m. ET
– 1996 Masters – Greg Norman surrenders a six stroke lead in the Final round
and virtually hands Nick Faldo the green jacket

9 p.m. ET
– 1997 Masters – At age 21, Tiger Woods becomes the youngest Masters champion,
breaking a tournament record by one stroke with an 18-under-par 270. His
12-stroke victory over Tom Kite is also a tournament record

10 p.m. ET
– 1998 Masters – Mark O’Meara becomes the oldest golfer to win a green jacket
for the first time at age 41

11 p.m. ET – 2003 Masters – Mike Weir captures
the green jacket and instantly becomes a Canadian golf legend