CBS Sports lined up its coverage plans for The Masters, marking the 60th consecutive year broadcasting the famed event. The company tees off programming with the third-round of the tournament on Saturday, April 11 at 3p, with Final-round 18-hole coverage slated for Sunday at 2p. For the 30th consecutive year Jim Nantz will cover the event, joining Sir Nick Faldo in the 18th hole tower as lead analyst. Ian Baker-Finch calls the action at the 17th hole; Verne Lundquist, the 16th hole; David Feherty, the 15th hole and Highlight Shows; Bill Macatee, the 14th hole; Peter Kostis, the 13th hole; and Frank Nobilo at the 11th and 12th holes.
In addition, CBS Sports and the Masters Tournament announced that Masters Live, featuring live full-day video coverage on CBSSports.com, will again offer five channels of golf action for the 2015 Masters Tournament. Talent assignments will see Andrew Catalon, Brian Crowell, Bobby Clampett and Billy Kratzert call the live video streaming action for Masters On The Range; Grant Boone and Matt Gogel for Amen Corner; Billy Ray Brown and Luke Elvy for 15 & 16; Catalon and Kratzert for Featured Group1 and Carter Blackburn and Rich Beem for Featured Group 2.