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It’s time for everybody’s favorite annual spring complaint: Why do we have to wait until 3 p.m. ET to watch The Masters? In the age of technology and news at our fingertips, it’s increasingly archaic and mind-numbing that we have to wait six hours to start watching golf on TV after players are out on the course.
I mean, there are cameras everywhere. The announcers are in place. Analysts are following around specific threesomes starting to air online at nine. I’ve literally spent three hours watching people chip, putt and drive on the range on the Golf Channel. Seriously, why can’t the cameraman just shift his camera 180 degrees to show real, live, meaningful golf. Why do Masters officials insist on limiting coverage to everybody’s favorite golf event? Why not just put the whole darn thing on television?
Because they can and no one can tell…
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