Surpassing even the best-selling videos of the Corona quarantine season, the fundraising golf match is reported live among the world’s top golfers such as Tiger Woods, Peyton Maning, Phil Mickelson, and Tom Brady have set a record of views on American television, which were more than 5.8 million views.
According to Turner Sports, this is the largest audience watching the Golf narrative in American cable television history. After appearing on 4 US domestic television channels and 1 international TV channel – CNN International, the video reached the highest record of 6.3 million views between 5:45 and 6. : 00 pm.
The golfers made $ 20 million from the golf tournament
Record spectators climbed to a record during Tiger Woods and Manning’s victories after tough weather: heavy rains hit the game – and raised $ 20 million for attempts to repel Corona. ESPN also announced that the golf tournament reporting program also achieved high views through both channels: ESPN and ESPN2.
Along with the number of views surpassing the documentary video “The last dance” – the last-minute hits of basketball legend Michael Jordan is temporarily holding the No. 1 position in terms of views. The view of the golf match is understandable because of the urgency and significance of this period for the United States and for Europe.
During this time, American TV channels did not lack the appearance of famous professional golfers such as former world No. 1 golfer Thomas or NFL legend and the programs of famous commentators. However, the Tiger Woods and his friends’ philanthropic golf event narrated by other shows to hit a record number of views during the Corona quarantine season.
Golfers competing in extremely difficult weather
The total proceeds from the tournament amounted to 20 million dollars. Four legends in the match make a great mark. As a team of superheroes fighting under unbelievably dire weather.
Currently, a number of fundraising golf tournaments for the prevention of the Corona pandemic are facilitated by the authorities, provided that there is no audience. The PGA Tour has been delayed for another 2 months during the quarantine process. And the schedule continues to postpone until 11/06 this year for locations in Texas, USA.