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Woods news conference leads off Masters coverage

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ORLANDO, Fla. – 'Live From the Masters' coverage kicks off Monday at 1:30 p.m. ET on Golf Channel, featuring Tiger Woods’ news conference live from Augusta National. GolfChannel.com also will stream the news conference live beginning at 2 p.m. ET. This will be the only time Woods' interview will be seen in its entirety.

Golf Channel’s 'Live From the Masters' will deliver more than 37 hours of comprehensive, wrap-around news coverage from Augusta, featuring live news reports, inside analysis, player interviews and compelling features. The broadcast team will have 25 members, the largest team of reporters and contributors in network history to cover a major championship.

Watch Tiger Woods' Masters press conference LIVE on Golf Channel and GolfChannel.com Monday at 2 p.m. ET!

The team will include Rich Lerner, Steve Sands, Brian Hammons, Frank Nobilo, Charlie Rymer, Jim Gray, Tim Rosaforte, Alex Miceli, Ken Schofield, John Feinstein and GolfChannel.com senior writers Rex Hoggard and Randall Mell. Kelly Tilghman, Kraig Kann, Brandel Chamblee, John Hawkins, Todd Lewis, Tom Abbott, Scott Walker, Win McMurry, Jay Coffin, Michael Breed and historian Martin Davis will report from the network’s Orlando studios. Two-time Masters champion Ben Crenshaw is scheduled to contribute to the network’s weekend coverage from Augusta for a second consecutive year, and PGA Tour veteran Notah Begay will make his Golf Channel on-air debut as an analyst from the network’s Orlando studios throughout the week.

GolfChannel.com’s team of writers and editors will contribute to the popular Shag Bag blog with entries and posts throughout the week, along with daily columns, news articles, features, breaking news and a new blog devoted to Woods’ return, called Tiger Tracks.