The CBS simulcast coverage is working now too. I was unable to select it from the PGA Tour website, but going to cbs.sportsline.com and then clicking on the "watch live" link makes it work.
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I thought it was the most entertaining segment of the whole day (other than watching Tiger, of course). Also, am I the only one that finds Gary McCord much funnier than Feherty? While both can be overbearing at times and often cheesy, Gary at least seems to be organically comic, whereas David seems to be trying too hard at times.
Sometimes yes. I go back and forth between the two of them with those same descriptions. Sometimes I feel like McCord goes way to far with the cheese (Pretty sure we'll see it next week with his coverage of 16 in Phoenix) and other times he seems natural. Feherty too ... sometimes his little quips seem too rehearsed.
P.S. The lady interviewing the Adidas shoe guy? Yum.
Watching on the live link allows for audio during commercials. Some of the audio is funny. After that horrible tee shot by Tiger on the first, the guys at the fence kept yelling at the camera "Give us the ruling Feherty! What does it mean Feherty?!?"
LOL, he was illustrating how the fans were too close and swung his driver head to within inches of a spectator's face.
The commercial break audio is pretty telling. Before and after Tiger's groups' shots you get a ton of chatter and yelling. During commercial break they showed Snedeker's group teeing off and there was dead silence except for what sounded like 5 people clapping after one guy hit the fairway, and then some inaudible comments between Sneds and his playing partners. It really is a different sport when you're playing in that final group with Tiger.
Tigers tee shots, sure ... but the recovery shots from under the trees and out of the bunkers? Not so much ;)
Regarding everybody else ... at this rate, it's quite possible that Rickie Fowler (among others) could end up in 3rd place while eating a late lunch.
The course is long - and the fairways are tight... But there is a lot of room to miss. So I'm not surprised that he is still whaling on the driver.
Just saw a smooth push draw from Tiger off the driver. It was a good result.
As I stated in my edit above, the "Scrambler" from 2002-09 is back ... at least this week.
i dont know Des, i think for most (not all) of this tourney Tigs has been really straight, and the irons have been magical. he hasnt had to rely on scrambling as much as in the past - im not saying he hasnt scrambled, that bunker shot was awesome, fantastic punch slice to get back in the fairway...