Not a blimp shot, but certainly a new twist for longtime Masters viewers to look for, aided by wireless RF cameras.
“(It’s something) we tested here a few months ago,” Barrow said. “One or two of them around mostly on the practice facility and walking around with the leaders as they go to the tee. It’s never been done here at the Masters, but we will have RF cameras.”
The wireless cameras on the ground will help viewers get even more access around the 365-acre golf club. Sean McManus, the chairman of CBS Sports, said the sheer size of the course makes covering every angle difficult.