*** Update *** Well, we’re in 2009 now, but this link still shows up near the top of google searches, so I thought I’d give you some updated information. The links below still work, and most of these places are still offering great Masters coverage. However, there are a couple new ways to watch the Masters.

If you have DirecTV, they have expanded their detailed Masters coverage, offering live leader boards, camera angles from around the course and driving range.

If you have an iPhone, goto the app store on the phone and search for Masters, they have put together an AWESOME little iPhone app that will give you hole fly-overs and actually have streaming video!

Here’s the information from 2008 and some links to 2007 too! Hope you all enjoy watching the Masters at Augusta!

Last year I thought there was a tremendous amount of live coverage of The Masters available…but looks like we’re going to be blown away with even more this year! If you were a little slow to start the 2008 golf season…get your clubs ready…here we go!

The Masters at the Augusta National is back and AT&T is providing live footage and on demand content from across all three screens, including the AT&T blue room. Don’t miss any of the action from the first shot off the tee to the green jacket ceremony.

AT&T wireless is giving customers access to live action and on demand footage from the 2008 Masters, the toughest ticket in all of sports without the wait list – where and when they want it, on their wireless device.

In addition to previews and daily highlights, live tournament action and player interviews from 2007, this year features live feeds from the Par 3 Contest, Amen Corner and the 15th and 16th holes.

Additional information including live video of Masters Extra and Amen Corner Live and real-time scoring will also be available on the Masters official Web site. Fans can also text GOLF to 4884 to receive Masters Trivia and Alerts on your AT&T phone.

Also check out these Masters Moments clips from 2000 and 1975.

For those of you with DirecTV service at home, you’ll be treated to up to 4 channels of live video from Augusta throughout the day: DIRECTV To Offer First Interactive, Multi-Screen Coverage of Masters Tournament.

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