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Watching the Masters golf tournament on my TV it struck me just how much improvements in broadcasting and screen technologies have transformed the viewing experience. Back in the day, which was not that long ago, watching golf on TV was a grainy, blurry, optically challenged show. You could not see the golf ball, for the most part, either on the greens or in flight. The viewer had to use their imagination and the flattened images of Augusta National gave no real indication of what the course was like. Now, we can see the steep slopes and perception of the course geography is dramatically enriched.

Masters Golf Viewing Transformed Via Technologies

High-definition TVs have transformed the golf viewing experience. Greens are beginning to reveal their true dimensions via the drastically improved screen technologies. Golf as a television spectator sport has the opportunity to really come into its own.

A game that involves so much subtlety can finally be revealed on screen for the enjoyment of the viewing public.

Big screen TVs in high definition are capturing the depth and changes in elevation of fairways and greens. Cameras from a variety of perspectives are sharing the complete experience with viewers around the world.

Watching Golf Balls At The Masters

The journey of the golf ball is a curious one. The small, dimpled sphere is not afraid of heights, as it is frequently launched into the heavens. Spending some time sitting on the grass, awaiting its owner to make his way up the fairway, patience is its virtue. The white nugget is not averse to going for a swim or dive into the many recreational bodies of water on-course. Rolling your rock is the key to winning the Masters and watching its meandering journeys on the greens can be full of surprises. Golf balls enjoy a variety of forays both long and short, but they all count the same.

The modern viewer can enjoy watching the Masters like no one before her or him.

Golf is now made for TV. It used to be an uncomfortable fit with large parts of the game’s magic missed by the broadcasting experience.

Golf is a game of millimetres and milliseconds. The golf ball is a small ambassador to follow on a such a majestic arena. Only now, have technologies caught up enough to convey the depth and dimensions of the game of golf via cameras and screens. High definition broadcasting captures every incline, dogwood flower, pine straw lie, and roll of the logo on the golf ball as it makes its way across the green.


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