Re: Sick of Kelly Tilghman?Absolutely not trying to start an argument, but, respectfully, GC's coverage of the Mercedes and the Sony was anything but mid irons and short putts. Virtually every shot of the leaders was shown, with the layout facing the golfers off the tee in view, and mapped, and occasional shot tracking inset with the ball flight (like picture in picture). When they panned off to some of the other players, it was reduced to a lot of putts at the Sony, however. I thought the views of the holes at the Mercedes in particular were great and really showed the character of the course and what the golfers were facing -- I wish CBS would do more like that with Augusta, in terms of getting more perspective on the up and down of the course (now, at the Mercedes it was very dramatic, so maybe that's why it came through on screen). Faldo's okay, but he sure looked uncomfortable when they put Azinger in the "booth" for a bit and mentioned he would be joining some of their coverage this year. Not at all taking away from the greatness of the Ryder Cup accomplishment, but Azinger seems a little full of himself at times when talking about it (the players did have to play, regardless of his little "pod" theory), and his remarks sometime after the Cup suggesting something about a "union" for players, with him presumably in the Gene Upshaw role (a little egocentric and the day spoiled golf pros unionize, I, and I think many others, start losing interest in pro golf and fast, even if Paul is their leader).