In what's become a bit of an annual gathering, Golf Channel convenes its top analysts and a gaudy set piece borrowed from Dove Mountain's Finchem Suite for a Friday night confab on all things Tiger. (The Woods theme was a bit much during the first and second versions of the show).
If there's time, a few other topics about the state of the game are on the docket, though with Tiger and Rory ousted Thursday it's hard to imagine they'll get time to talk about anything else but those two.
The Golf Channel is promising talk of bifurcation and Vijay's legacy. You can imagine which discussion I'd like to see end up on the editing room floor and sent to Guantanamo in lieu of the latest enhanced interrogation technique.
For Immediate Release:
State of the Game: Friday, Feb. 22 at 10:30 p.m. ET, the biggest names in golf that cover the game – Dan Hicks, Johnny Miller, Nick Faldo, Brandel Chamblee and Frank Nobilo – will discuss golf’s biggest issues on State of the Game. A Golf Central special, State of the Game will be a roundtable discussion of relevant events making news at the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship, including World No. 1 Rory’s McIlroy’s outlook for 2013; Tiger Woods continued quest for Jack Nicklaus’ record of 18 majors and the growth of the Woods / McIlroy rivalry; the possibility of separate rules in golf for amateurs and professionals; and Vijay Singh’s legacy.