If, as expected, Tiger Woods makes his much anticipated return at the Masters, people will be able to get a much different view of him. At least the relatively few people who have 3D capable televisions. The Masters has just announced that it will be televising in 3D this year.
The 3D coverage will focus on the Back Nine (which features the picturesque Amen Corner), a tournament spokesman said. It will be a first for golf.
"Innovation has always been part of Masters tradition," Masters Chairman Billy Payne said in a statement. "Utilizing this technology marks another important milestone in allowing our at-home patrons to better experience the beauty of our course and excitement of our Tournament. We consider ourselves fortunate to be a leader in providing this technology, thanks in large part to our valuable partners who share in our commitment to deliver a meaningful and memorable viewing