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After the Pacific vistas of San Diego’s Torrey Pines, PGA Tour coverage moves inland to the rowdy environs of the Waste Management Phoenix Open at TPC Scottsdale. Then it’s back to the California coast, this time further north for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, before chasing the sun back to southern California and the Genesis Open.
After a short winter run, CBS Sports’ golf coverage continues with the Masters April 9-12 in Augusta, the first of its two majors this season. The second, the PGA Championship, follows in mid-May.
This season’s PGA Tour calendar will see a few more adjustments after last season’s restructuring. The Rocket Mortgage Classic moves up a month to the end of May, pushing back the Memorial Tournament, RBC Canadian Open and Travelers Championship by a week. The 3M Open, which debuted in 2019 over July 4th weekend, drops back to late July, switching places with the World Golf Championships-FedEx St. Jude Invitational.
CBS Sports coverage of the PGA Tour culminates with the Northern Trust, the first tournament of the FedExCup Playoffs.
This season’s announce crew also takes on a new look, with Davis Love III joining the broadcast coverage. Love, a recently inducted member of the World Golf Hall of Fame, boasts an extensive resume that includes 21 PGA Tour titles and a PGA Championship win. Trevor Immelman, a previous CBS Sports contributor, steps into an analyst role. Immelman, who won the 2008 Masters, has two PGA Tour and four European Tour titles to his name. Frank Nobilo and Dottie Pepper will enjoy more prominence on broadcasts, Nobilo as a full-time analyst and Pepper as lead on-course reporter.
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