Woods’ presence out here is larger than life, so his absence feels even bigger. “Tiger Woods is one of the greatest competitors in the history of all sports, and he is and forever will be a part of the fabric of Augusta National and the Masters tournament,” he said.
He just tweeted this afternoon, saying “I will continue to focus on my recovery and family, and thank everyone for the overwhelming support and encouragement I’ve received.” “As in November, this week’s broadcast will feature sweeping drone views and aerial views of the golf course. In addition, we have added a second fly cam at the 12th Tee which will provide a unique perspective of Amen Corner,” Ridley explained.
But from what’s missing to what’s coming, Chairman Ridley gave us a sneak peek into what we can expect this year for the viewing experience. He also announced a new video game they’re working on with EA Sports, The Road to the Masters.
— Tiger Woods (@TigerWoods) April 7, 2021 pic.twitter.com/uN8lsmDO1D
It’s scheduled to drop ahead of the tournament next year, something to look forward to playing even when rain clouds keep you off the course. “We believe the attention to detail surrounding the course and our traditions will be world class and will provide new and current fans around the globe with a fun and interactive way to look at Augusta National,” Ridley said.
FOLLOWING MASTERS WEEK He did say the right to vote is fundamental and that no one should be disadvantaged in exercising that right. The chairman also brought up Georgia’s recently enacted voting law.
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