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Keep up with the 2011 Masters

The first round of the Masters Tournament kicks off in Augusta, Ga., today. If you’re looking to keep up with the tournament coverage while you’re at work — not that we endorse that sort of thing — there are a few options for you.

First up, online streaming video:, and the Masters Tournament Web site are all streaming coverage online of Amen Corner and the 15th and 16th holes. The sites are also showing footage of selected groups throughout the tournament.

If video isn’t quite your thing, check out live leader boards from The Washington Post, and the tournament’s site. ESPN also has live chat coverage via its Golfchat feature.

And, of course, the Masters hasn’t neglected the mobile market, launching an app for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad as well as for Android phones. The app is free, except for the iPad-optimized version, which costs $1.99 The app boasts comprehensive news coverage, live scoring, course information and five live video streams.

Reports on Apple’s App Store and the Android Market say that the streaming video doesn’t work that well for all users, however, so you may have to rely on your computer to see all the action.

For more comprehensive coverage of the tournament as the day unfolds, be sure to check out The Washington Post’s Masters coverage.

Related stories:

Hole-by-hole course guide

Masters 2011 tee times

Remembering Jack Nicklaus’s stirring 1986 Masters victory

Hayley Tsukayama covers consumer technology for The Washington Post.



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