No matter if Tiger Woods is leading a golf tournament by 10 shots or miles outside the cut line, viewers want to see the man.
Woods brings eyeballs like no other, and next week at the British Open, your eyeballs will have the opportunity to follow each and every golf shot he hits.
ESPN announced that they will have a Tiger-cam of sorts, showing all of his shots for the entire four days of British Open coverage.
Here is what they had to say, via a press release:
ESPN3 will offer a feed following Woods for his entire round each day he plays. If Woods does not advance to the weekend, other players will be spotlighted.
It might seem like overkill to follow a man making just his second PGA Tour start since early March, but this is Tiger Woods and for the most part, we see every shot he hits anyway.
The feed allows viewers a chance to "walk around" Hoylake with the man that won on this same golf course in 2006, giving you more of a feel for Tiger's round than you usually would.
So all Tiger Woods, all the time next week at the British Open. Will you be tuning in on the ESPN3 coverage to see what this Tiger station is all about?
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