Last night's final-round telecast of the Sony Open in Hawaii was weird. Like three i's in Hawaii weird.
However, I actually found myself grateful for it and enjoying parts of it, despite the amateur camera work, total lack of on-course sound, the over-reliance on blimp (actually, a plane) shots and the desperate time-killing by the three guys in Orlando who were stuck calling a boring six-hole playoff that they definitely did not sign up to do.
I enjoyed the telecast because I was able to look past all of the things that were wrong with it and appreciated the things that went right with it.
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