We're not even 50 minutes into the telecast here on the west coast and already Bobby Clampett is in rare form.
In the opening he declared that there was a 50-50 chance that someone outside the top 50 in the world ranking would win. On a Mike Weir approach to 18 that was 15 yards right of the ideal line he declared that the ball finding the bunker was "unlucky."
On an Ernie Els putt he asked us to note the brown patch where the putt would roll faster (and declared that the less green the greens are, the faster they are).
And of course, the usual redundancies (a variety of different shots, etc...).
Thankfully, Mike Tirico and Ian Baker-Finch are talking a lot.