Sport news site sport.co.uk to offer live coverage of the US Masters

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Digital Sports Group today announced they are expanding the coverage of the sport.co.uk website to include Golf News.

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This is such an exciting time both for Sport.co.uk and Golf fans as we look to massively expand our coverage into Golf with live minute-by-minute coverage

Golf fans have been treated over the past few years with some incredible team and individual performances, with the unlikely European victory in the Ryder Cup to exceptional individual play from the likes of Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy. The 2013 Masters is shaping up to be the closest fought in years and with the US players in a very rich vein of form having won the first 14 events of the PGA tour despite an apparent European “golden era”.

Head of Operations at DSG, Matthew Tait had this to say: “This is such an exciting time both for Sport and Golf fans as we look to massively expand our coverage into Golf with live minute-by-minute coverage, scorecards and the quality features that our readers have come to expect with other sports. The public's appetite for Golf has never been stronger and with three Brits in the top five in the world there should be plenty to cheer at The Masters. We are determined to provide our fans the best seats in the house as well as provide a platform for conversation.”

Simon Boynton, Managing Director of DSG believes that Sport.co.uk will be the perfect venue for Golf News. “Sport.co.uk has grown rapidly since its re-launch in mid January in both coverage and readership and we have grown from just a handful of writers to approaching one hundred. The great quality of our journalists and feature writers are already providing a great service to Golf fans. Sport.co.uk is the perfect hub for Sport in the UK.”

Digital Sports Group are the official partners of the PFA and publish sites such as football.co.uk, sport.co.uk and the Footymad network.

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