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Bolts and nuts for Tiger's return to DC



Tiger Woods plays the weekend in Washington, DC. It's been three years now that we have been able to say that and we are in a position to make this event a blast. This is almost certainly the last year of Quicken Loans National, a tour stop that Tiger and his folks organized and launched in 2007. Quicken takes their sponsorship dollars to a new event in the Detroit area and the "National" as DC – A stop will probably stop existing. Unless there is a late Ave Maria, it will not be on the upcoming schedule for 2019, which is due each day.

The failure to put this event on the map is a shame, and in many there are guilty directions. We will plunge into this polemic stuff when it's over, but right now we're here to enjoy the present.

And the gift is Tiger Woods on the hunt for the weekend at a real, current PGA Tour event. Woods is after a second round with 5 under 65, which catapulted him into the leaderboard until the weekend. He started near the cutting line on Friday and finished just outside the top 10. He is four strokes from the lead and seems to be comfortable with his new mallet putter. This leading figure will not move a ton, given the heat and conditions in DC all weekend.

The course was only supposed to run firmer, faster and harder, and many of these laps in the mid-60s were to evaporate. If Tiger can post a few laps under par (#LiveUnderPar baby), then we're in DC for fireworks on Sunday afternoon (timely reference).

The Tiger's starting time is at 12:25. on Saturday, most of his lap will fall into the TV broadcasting window. But first you can see his first few holes on Facebook, where the PGA Tour now covers the coverage of the weekend. If you're a PGA Tour Live subscriber, you will not be able to access it in this app and you'll need to watch Facebook. It's okay to use this app now, but I'm not a fan of being "exclusive" early on the weekend. It's annoying in my opinion, but that's what we're sticking to now.

Here are your media options for Saturday at Quicken Loans National:

Saturdays Third Round Reporting

Television:

1 to 14:45. ET – Golf Channel

3 to 6 pm ET – CBS

Online Streams:

8 pm to 1 pm – "Featured Groups" coverage on Facebook

  • 7:55 am – Jimmy Walker / Anirban Lahiri
  • 8:22 am – Bill Haas / Doug Ghim
  • 12:05 pm – Rickie Fowler / Sam Ryder
  • 12:25 pm – Tiger Woods / Joel Dahmen

13:00 to 18:00 – PGA Tour Live offers holes in the holes – Nos. 1, 14 and 17 (no subscription required)

1 to 14:45 ET – Golf Channel LiveExtra simulcast stream

3pm to 6pm ET – PGATour.com/CBS simulcast stream [19659020] Radio:

Noon at 7 pm ET – PGA Tour Radio on Sirius-XM (Ch. 92/208 and here)


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