Posts Tagged ‘2011’

CBS Sports has announced that the network will present complete coverage of 23 golf tournaments this year, totaling much more than 155 hours, which includes the Masters, PGA Championship, 20 PGA TOUR events, a single Champions TOUR occasion and nine golf specials.

CBS Sports tees off the 2011 season at the Farmers Insurance coverage Open this weekend on Saturday, Jan. 29 (3:00-6:00 PM, ET) and Sunday, Jan. 30 (3:00-6:30 PM, ET), reside from the South Course at Torrey Pines Golf Course in La Jolla, Calif.

CBS Sports also will broadcast three PGA TOUR Specials and two PGA of America Specials and a PGA Championship Preview Show in addition to other golf specials throughout the year. CBS Sports will present Jim Nantz Remembers Augusta: The 1975 Masters on Sunday, April 10 (1:00-2:00 PM, ET).

Jim Nantz, now in his 26th year general covering golf for CBS Sports, serves as anchor for the Networks golf coverage. Sir Nick Faldo, winner of six majors and much more than 40 tournaments worldwide, returns for his fourth year as lead analyst alongside Nantz in the 18th tower. Nantz and Faldo are complemented by CBS Sports award-winning golf announce team of Ian Baker-Finch, Gary McCord, David Feherty, Peter Kostis, Bill Macatee, Verne Lundquist and Peter Oosterhuis.

Highlights of the 2011 schedule – 20 PGA TOUR events:
Farmers Insurance coverage Open
Waste Management Phoenix Open
AT&ampT Pebble Beach National Pro-Am
Northern Trust Open
Valero Texas Open
The Heritage
Zurich Classic of New Orleans
Wells Fargo Championship
Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial
HP Byron Nelson Championship
The Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide Insurance
FedEx St. Jude Traditional
Travelers Championship
AT&ampT National
John Deere Traditional
RBC Canadian Open
The Greenbrier Traditional
WGC-Bridgestone Invitational
Wyndham Championship and
The Barclays

The Masters, the most renowned golf tournament and the longest-running sports event on CBS Sports will be showcased for the 56th consecutive year from Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga. Coverage contains a pair of 15-minute highlight shows recounting early-round action on Thursday, April 7 and Friday, April eight (11:35-11:50 PM, ET, each nights). Reside coverage of the third round will be broadcast on Saturday, April 9 (three:30-7:00 PM, ET) and live 18-hole final-round coverage will be presented on Sunday, April ten (two:00-7:00 PM, ET).

The 93rd PGA Championship, the seasons final key which annually hosts the strongest field in championship golf, will be broadcast by CBS Sports for the 21st consecutive year. Coverage begins with highlights of early-round action on Thursday, Aug. 11 and Friday, Aug. 12 (12:37-1:07 AM, ET, both nights). Reside, 18-hole coverage of the third and final rounds will be broadcast on Saturday, Aug. 13 and Sunday, Aug. 14 (2:00-7:00 PM, ET, both days) from

The day June 20, 2011 is flooded with breaking news and events all around the globe. Terrible flood in China, the Miss USA 2011, the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series and the victory moment of golfer Rory McIlroy are shown off in this selection of greatest image from about the globe.

The Miss USA 2011 taking location at Planet Hollywood Casino Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada has drawn the attention of US residents in distinct and the complete planet in common. In the final ceremony, the 21-year-old Miss California Alyssa Campanello edged out 50 other contestants to emerge winner. Miss USA 2011 stated that her preferred monarch is Mary, Queen of Scots.

America: Miss California Alyssa Campanello looks so happy when she is announced to be the winner of the Miss USA Pageant

China: Employees at the Yingli Green Power Holding Co factory understand martial art for the duration of the physical education

Philippines: Philippine honor guards hold a national flag to celebrate 150th anniversary of national hero Jose Rizal’s birthday

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: These are photos of seven members of the Baha’i religion displayed on Copacabana beach. The Baha’i community is asking the Iranian authorities to release them

Zhejiang province, China: Individuals are making their way through the flood water

La Rochelle, France: Artem Silchenko of Russia performs a jump from 27.five metre platform in the course of the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series

Pamplona, Spain: Spanish folks protest against the crisis on politics and finance in this country

Gaza City, Palestine: Nearby females are observed for the duration of the protest against France’s ban on full face veils

Burqa Ban: Muslim full-face cover now crime in France

Mumbai, India: This man is listening to the fortune telling machine as people rush to see the ran aground cargo ship due to low tie

Afghanistan: An Afghan refugee boy is washing his face in a slum location on Islamabad,

The dead bus accident in Ivory Coast killing at least 35 men and women, the venom of scorpions being employed to make an anti-cancer medicine, and NASA’s JUNO spacecraft leaving the Earth to collect details on the Jupiter, are amongst the outstanding news in images on August 6, 2011.

Japanese researchers have utilised embryonic stem cells to grow healthy mouse sperm on laboratory dishes, which opens more probabilities of human illness treatment. Because stem cells not only are the body’s master cells and source of all cells and tissues, but also can develop into different sorts of cells and multiply, it is expected by authorities to support treat illnesses and disorders, which includes cancer and diabetes.

A photographs released on August five, 2011 captures infant mice born from sperm that is made from stem cells

Rescuers collect bodies of victims into a boat recovered from a lagoon in Abidjan, Ivory Coast on August 5, right after an overcrowded bus plunges off the Felix Houphouet-Boigny Bridge, leaving at least 35 dead

The venom of a scorpion is extracted by a technician in Santa Clara, about 174 miles from Havana, Cuba on August 5, 2011. The venom is becoming employed to make an anti-cancer medicine by Cuban scientists

NASA’s JUNO spacecraft, which takes 5 years to reach orbit about Jupiter and then spends 1 year gathering information on Jupiter’s magnetic field, atmosphere as well as interior, is noticed from launch pad 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, US on August five, 2011

Fishing boats take shelter in Zhoushan, eastern China’s Zhejiang province on August five, 2011 in preparation for Typhoon Muifa, a single of the most potent storms to strike the region in current years with winds of up to 100 miles per hour

Thousands of fans cheer the efficiency of Ozzy Osborne in the course of Wacken Open Air heavy metal music fest in Germany on August 5, 2011

Thailand’s initial female Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, a US-educated businesswoman, offers a Thai traditional “wai” greeting at parliament in Bangkok, on August five, 2011

Tiger Woods reacts immediately after missing a birdie putt on the 8th hole during the second round of the Bridgestone Invitational golf tournament at Firestone Nation Club in Akron, Ohio, Friday, on August five, 2011

South Sudan becoming the world’s newest country following decades of conflict with northern Sudan; golf matches on the third day of the Scottish Open golf tournament at Castle Stuart golf course being suspended due to landslides plus floods; and more than 10,000 demonstrators matching across Malaysia’s largest city demanding electoral reforms are among the most outstanding news in pictures on July 9, 2011.

South Sudan became the world’s newest country early on July 9, 2011, following decades of conflict with northern Sudan. Church bells began ringing at midnight (21:00 GMT Friday) to mark the historic day. South Sudan is now Africa’s 54th country and the world’s 193rd country. It also expected to be admitted into the United Nations.

Southern Sudanese migrants perform the jumping to celebrate their country’s independence in Kasarani, on outskirts of Nairobi, Kenya on July 9, 2011

Space shuttle Atlantis is observed through the window of a Shuttle Training Aircraft as it lifts off from the Kennedy Space Center Friday on July 8, 2011 in Cape Canaveral, Fla. Atlantis is the 135th and final space shuttle launched for NASA

French President Nicolas Sarkozy and his wife, Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, go to the beach at Fort de Bregancon in Bormes les Mimosas, France on July 9, 2011

A boy enjoys a water chute in Mogyorod near Budapest, Hungary on July 9. Temperatures reached 96.8 degrees Fahrenheit

U.S. President Gerald Ford and his wife Betty Ford wave to delegates at the Republican National Convention after he was nominated to run for a second term on August 19, 1976 in Kansas City, Missouri. The former first lady died on July 8 at the age of 93

A greenskeeper works to move pools of water on the first hole fairway on the third day of the Scottish Open golf tournament at Castle Stuart golf course near Inverness, Scotland on July 9. The golf matches were suspended due to landslides and floods at the Castle Stuart course caused by heavy overnight rain

Buddhist monks walk on a road in Stok, 13 miles north of Leh, Kashmir, on July 9. The Buddhist dominated Ladakh region, which is situated at a height of 11,499 feet and well-known for its monasteries, landscapes, mountains and rich cultural heritage

A Malaysian activist from

The 140th British Open Golf Championship is held in England, eight rebels were killed in Libya, the 2011 San Fermin festival in Spain ends, the Super Bock Super Rock festival is taking place in Portugal, and so on are several of the most outstanding news in picture on July 15, 2011.

The 140th British Open Golf Championship is being held on the famous linksland course of Royal St George’s Golf Club in the ancient town of Sandwich in Kent, England. The event is scheduled to take place from 14th to 7th July 2011. This is the 14th time Royal St George’s Sandwich has ever hosted the 2011 British Open. The last time The British Open was held in Kent was in July 2003.

Donning special dresses, spectators watch play on the course during the first day of the British open golf championship in Sandwich, UK

Carrying empty plastic bottles around the waist, this boy jumps into the Dambovita river in Bucharest, Romania

Libyan men gather at a cemetery of eight rebels who were killed during clashes with loyalist troops in Zintan, Libya

The Super Bock Super Rock festival, one of the most popular festivals in Portugal, which draws the attention of many rock and metal fans, is taking place in Meco, Portugal. The festival is expected to be held at this region from 2010 to 2020.

People shower at the camping park of the Super Bock Super Rock festival

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu arrives at the conference of the Federation of Jewish Communities in Tel Aviv, Israel

Models stands on backstage preparing for the Montse Liarte catwalk show during the 080 Barcelona Fashion Week held on July 14, 2011 in Barcelona, Spain

The 2011 Taipei Pet Show, a competition for dogs and cats is held in a four-day show inside the Nangang Exhibition Hall in Taipei, Taiwan.

The photo shows a long-haired dachshund leaping through a race course at the 2011 Taipei Pet Show

Palestinian children throw footballs in the air at an event organized by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency. They set a world record for the largest number of footballs dribbled simultaneously in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip on Thursday, July 14, 2011.