It might have been a balmy 27 degrees in Miami most of last
week, but the exploits of the world's best golfers left the American crowd cold.
The problem? The world's best golfers are all European.
Organisers of the WGC-Cadillac Championship, the first big
strokeplay event of the new season, had the bright idea of trying to generate
crowd excitement by grouping the top three in the world together.
But the tactic backfired spectacularly. The number of people
following the group would have shamed a Sunday morning at the Madeira Island
One American golf writer counted just 58 peopleRead More »from Europe rules, America doesn’t care