The masters is sold out in advance-the waiting list for tickets is so long that officials stopped adding names to it in 1978—network television coverage is limited to the back nine, and the telecast of Sunday's final round doesn't start until 4 p.m. Eastern time. So head to the Web to follow the leaders.
The tournament's official site offers scores and stats, plus a virtual tour of Augusta National's hallowed course and clubhouse. Page through the Masters library for features on past tournaments and champions from Slammin' Sam to the Golden Bear to Mark O'Meara (above).
The Masters's hometown paper, The Augusta Chronicle, leaves no stone unturned or story unreported on its Web site, a joint venture with CNN/SI. Delve into the archives, including SI's tournament coverage back to 1955, for historical nuggets and follow the action with up-to-the minute dispatches.
Grab a seat in the PGA Tour's cyber-clubhouse for hole-by-hole updates. You can check out bios of every Masters entrant and see how he has been performing going into the season's first major.
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Hershiser fans can follow the former Dodgers/Indians/Giants righthander to New York, as he joins the Mets.
Chat room for NBA execs hoping the end of March Madness means a boost to the league of their own.