Beaulieu wrote: »
So the Beeb not showing it then & is this just for 2020? Golf TV rights landscape is about to change massively over the next few years I gather.
Season 2 wrote: »
Awful pity there wasn't just a dedicated subscription golf channel. I have no interest in football or tennis or cricket etc.
ronnie3585 wrote: »
I'd say the Masters has to be in doubt this year given the way Covid-19 is spreading:(
Ollieboy wrote: »
I reckon they will play it with no fans allowed to attend.
MicksJaguar wrote: »
I'd take the masters with no crowds versus no masters
FixdePitchmark wrote: »
Can't see that happen.Any restrictions that apply to crowds will happen to players.
coylemj wrote: »
Not necessarily, there could be restrictions on large gatherings of people. Which would rule out the fans but not affect the players ability to turn up and play. Most of those players fly around in private jets so there's little risk to them playing in tournaments with no fans.
Russman wrote: »
Not to veer too far off topic, maybe it’s worth it’s own thread, but whatever about the Masters (which I think will definitely be postponed), might we be looking at the Ryder Cup finding its way back into odd numbered years ?
Mushy wrote: »
Dunno how to embed on mobile, but day 1 played out as expected
IRISHMEN AND IRISHWOMEN: "In the name of God and of the dead generations from which she receives her old tradition of nationhood, Ireland, through us, summons her children to her flag and strikes for her freedom"
Mantis Toboggan wrote: »
Did I hear Lowry is joint top?