An Iconic Tournament Finds Its True Voice In A Video Game

You can't bring The Masters to a video game without CBS Sports' Jim Nantz, who will be the lead announcer for Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12: The Masters.

Nantz vouches for the authenticity of the virtual course, playable for the first time in high definition. EA Sports has used a laser scanning technology, taking three years to implement, to replicate all of the features of Augusta National, from the first tee, to Amen Corner, to the 18th green.


The Masters will be a feature of the game on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Wii. It will support Wii MotionPlus and PlayStation Move. All of the series' courses, golfers and features from before will be included in this year's edition, which moves from a traditional mid-June release date to March 29 in North America, April 1 in Europe. Caddies will also be a part of the game, dispensing club suggestions and shot advice, and Nantz is joined in the booth by analyst David Feherty,

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