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Sony Style Stores Broadcasting the Masters in 3D

Sony Style Stores Broadcasting Masters in 3D

You already know that this year, along with Tiger Woods's comeback, the 2010 Masters will be broadcast in 3D on Comcast (or is it Xfinity? Will someone please decide?). But if you weren't able to get your hands on a pricey 3D TV in time for tomorrow's tee-off, you can head to a Sony Style store and tune in.

Sony announced today that it will be broadcasting two hours of live 3D Masters coverage each day from a select number of stores (five in total) from across the country for golf fans to enjoy. Coverage starts today with the Par 3 tourney, while the tournament begins tomorrow at 4 p.m. EST. Of course, if you don't live near any of the participating Sony Style stores, you can always stream the Masters action in 3D online.

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