They used to be notorious for not even allowing cameras on the front nine. They would only come on the air for, like, 2 hours on Saturday and Sunday and that was it. They're a lot better now. I will be watching Thursday and Friday from my desk here on masters.com. You can watch Amen corner all day long, or holes 15 & 16 all day long, or one of 2 featured groups. Actually, it's 7.5 hours of scheduled coverage for each 'featured group' channel, so it might actually be 4 featured groups total.
Then the same schedule again for Friday.
On the weekend, if I remember correctly, they show the leaders entire rounds now.
Definitely no shortage of TV/internet coverage if you have time to sit and watch. :)
Oh trust me, I watched all of the internet coverage the past 2 seasons, and it sucks compared to the coverage for the other majors. The featured groups are usually pretty bad, and you typically only catch the last 10 holes of their rounds (if I'm not mistaken...at least for the 2nd/afternoon featured groups). I don't remember if it was the US Open or the PGA Championship last year, but the app+internet coverage put the Masters to shame, and even other championship sporting events.
Really the only good internet coverage is of Amen Corner and 15/16. But that still leaves out the entire front 9. I know most of the back 9 holes pretty well, but every year I forget what some of the first few holes look like until I see the Saturday/Sunday coverage of the leaders.