As longtime readers know, my medical team has strictly forbidden me from watching the Saturday CBS telecast from the AT&T National Pro-Am for fear that I may break out in hives at the fifteenth blatant ass smooching of a CEO who also might buy ad time on the network (hello friend, Cindy Davis!). And especially when my beloved Shackleford is running at Gulfstream (sixth, after a layoff).
But based on a Tweets, I see the six-hour and twenty-minute round featured more than the usual sucking up to CEO's mixed with the not-so-hilarious antics of Ray Romano and Bill Murray.
Mercifully, there's a golf tournament shaping up for Sunday to help the victims of Saturday's carnage regain some faith in the game's ability to entertain.
Here's Steve Elling on Tiger's round, and Bob Harig on the Phil-Tiger pairing.
The PGA Tour's highlights from Saturday include a pretty swell hole-out from Steven Bowditch, a remarkable achievement considering he had to carry Ray Romano for three days.