Mar 12, 2018 -- 3:19PM, Mighty Whites 2008 wrote:
NBC, who were televising the event in the United States, reported that their third-round figures were up 181% and it was their highest-rated Saturday golf broadcast for a dozen years.
Imagine the Augusta ratings if he's in the mix on Sunday.
Mar 13, 2018 -- 3:31PM, sageform wrote:
I don't often bet the overall winner on golf but I do occasionally bet top 5 and avoid any of the big names (Woods, Mcilroy Speith) as their price is usually hopeless. If people are willing to pay to watch a player who has not won for years that is very sad.
sage as rhino says the greatest player of all time is back playing. In any sport it's great to have the best back. Tiger has the XFactor
Mar 24, 2018 -- 5:19AM, lfc1971 wrote:
Taking a blinki8ng 5 iron off the tee to win the Open at Hoylake , dreadful and not exactly entertaining viewingExpect a top golfer to be able to use a driver, if you cant we don't want to see you on the tv screens
Ridiculous argument. The iron off the tee was a response to the conditions of the course, and he won the frickin tournament. Go fix yourself a cuppa and then take a spell, you need a rest man.