The 2011 Masters TV Schedule: Jim Nantz, Nick Faldo Headline CBS' Saturday Coverage at Augusta

As the final 36 holes at the 2011 Masters await, ESPN will hand off their coverage at Augusta National to the CBS network starting on moving day. Jim Nantz, Nick Faldo, David Feherty, Ian Baker-Finch, Vern Lundquist, Peter Oosterhaus and more will head up CBS' television coverage for the final 2 days of action, with Saturday's schedule looking like this:

CBS: 3:30-7:00 ET (12:30-4 PT) Live coverage of the 2011 Masters 

Here are the other options for watching the action at Augusta National: 

Masters.com: The official website of the 2011 Masters will have live streaming broadcast from the first tee time until the end of the day including exclusive coverage from amen corner, holes 15 and 16, as well as two featured pairings throughout the day. They also have highlights, interviews, and a live leaderboard to keep you up to date.

Golf Channel: Their program 'live from the Masters' will air at 12:30-3:30 ET (9:30-12:30 PT) with complete pre-round coverage live from Augusta National as well as detailed analysis and discussion from names like Rich Lerner, Alex Miceli, Notah Begay III, Brendel Chamblee, and Kelly Tilghman. 

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