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Comcast to Broadcast The Masters in 3D and in 3D Online

Tiger Woods, 2010 Masters to Be Broadcast in 3D

Now that Tiger Woods is making his big comeback to golf during the 2010 Masters, you could be seeing the action in 3D. Comcast announced yesterday that they will be broadcasting The Masters in 3D via a special channel just for those lucky golf fans who have 3D-enabled TVs. Not only that, if you have a 3D-enabled media player, monitor, and glasses, you can stream the tournament on the official Masters website. Of course, those of us who haven't yet picked up our 3D TVs can still watch, just minus the fun of wearing the accompanying glasses.

If you're on the market and looking for a 3D set to pick up, Samsung will be releasing their first wave of HD 3D-enabled TVs later this month for a cool $2,500, which means you should get delivery before the big tourney kicks off on Apr. 7.

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