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Posted at 3:50 PM ET, 04/ 8/2010

Tiger Woods in 3-D?

By Washington Post editors

For those who want to see Tiger Woods's return to golf from every angle, Comcast is offering a 3-D feed of the Masters golf tournament at Augusta National. It is the first time a national sporting event is being broadcast live on TV in 3-D, WTOP reports.

There's a catch. You'll need a 3-D TV and special glasses to get the full effect. But you can play the 3-D stream on your computer using a 3-D media player, 3-D monitor and 3-D glasses at the official Masters Web site.

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By Washington Post editors  | April 8, 2010; 3:50 PM ET
Tags:  3D television, Augusta National Golf Club, Comcast, Golf, Masters Tournament, Television, Tiger Woods  
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Elin is such a strong lady, especially for staying with Tiger after woman after woman after each on of those tramps. I feel she should have sued those house wreckers. But anyways there is an article out there I just read that's like a letter to sandra bullock from Elin, I think it's made up but its pretty good check it out

Posted by: republicanblack | April 8, 2010 4:19 PM | Report abuse

Such a waste of technology

Nobody wants 3D Technology except those makers of it

Nobody has the money to buy a 3D TV and nobody wants to wear glasses

Just get HD more clear

Posted by: Bious | April 8, 2010 6:56 PM | Report abuse

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