Tiger Woods teeing it up at the Bob Hope Classic? It’s never happened before, but Woods could one day play the Palm Springs-area pro-am, or other PGA Tour events he traditionally bypasses. When the PGA Tour’s Player Advisory Council meets June 1 at the Memorial, among the items that will be discussed is a way to get the Tour’s top stars to play more often, and in events that have struggled recently to attract big names. The call for top players to play more PGA Tour events has grown louder because the Tour is facing two difficult tasks: • It must renew sponsorships and/or gain new sponsors during a recession; • The Tour’s contract with NBC and CBS expires in 2012. The fact that the Tour is introducing this proposal to the PAC would seem to signify that it recognizes the need for increased player participation. An e-mail message from Golfweek to the Tour seeking comment was not immediately returned. “Having the players play more events is going to be good for the PGA Tour, period,” said Paul Goydos, a member of the PAC. “The hard thing is figuring out how to do it without pushing too hard. We are… Read full this story
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