The already extended Master’s telecast is getting even bigger. ESPN will air 10 hours of the tournament in 3D. The Worldwide Leader will air two hours during each of the four rounds as well as two during Wednesday’s Par 3 competition.

It’s an extension of the precedent set in 2010 when “the Masters became the first major sporting event produced and broadcast in 3D live internationally on television and the Internet.”

ESPN, which is pulling out all the stops for the broadcast, will also produce “a special 43-hour Masters tribute on ESPN Classic.” Man, that’s a lot of Tiger Woods.