Interest level will be high at Bighorn
PALM DESERT, CALIF. -- So here goes, the third primetime match play event on network television in as many years, all featuring Tiger Woods. There is no surprise there; quite simply, without Woods, there is no grand demand to put a golf event on primetime network television. Still, this year figures to be a little different and slightly more interesting than the past two matches (which saw Woods defeat David Duval and lose to Sergio Garcia).
The field really gives us a chance to appreciate ...
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