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Oct
12
2010
By Stephanie Wei under PGA Tour

As you know I’m on vacation, even though I’m really bad at the concept of time away from my precious blog. I am happy to say that I didn’t watch a second of the McGladrey Classic, but it sounds like it would have been a good means to induce narcolepsy. I had a few friends who were covering the event and apparently it was a total snooze fest. Shocking! One media member — let’s call him Joe — texted me, “There were five people here [on Wednesday]. The tournament is expecting 7,500, but their expectations are probably a little high.” (Well, yeah, to my understanding, Sea Island is a ritzy vacation area and not the most accessible place.)

Joe, who wishes to remain anonymous because he doesn’t want to bear the wrath of the Tour, also had to exert lots of energy just to stay awake all week, which included listening to hard rock music on his iPod (actually, I don’t know what kind of music, but I’m guessing it wasn’t, like Michael Bolton). He wrote a little synopsis about his impressions of the oh-so-mind-numbing inaugural McGladrey Classic:

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