moko jumby wrote:
Of course I'll watch and all the ppl having a fit over $30 or whatever need to get themselves checked out
In round comments on WRX will be more interesting than the contrived banter. Especially if Fergie is online.
"How much would you pay for the Tiger Woods vs. Phil Mickelson pay-per-view?
Jack Nicklaus Productions staged what is believed to be the first and perhaps only such event, in April 1988, when the Golden Bear teamed up with Lee Trevino in a match against Greg Norman and Ian Woosnam in what was dubbed the Desert Scramble. The winners took home $100,000 each while the losers got $25,000 apiece, and viewers were promised innovations such as miked-up players and, somewhat oddly, in-match golf lessons from Nicklaus himself.
It cost $12.95 to watch (the equivalent to about $30 today) and was a complete bomb: The Los Angeles Times reported at the time that only 50,000 homes ponied up to watch it, short of the 65,000 needed to break even."
Good poll. I was wondering about who will pay to see this and how much. I would pay 10 bucks, not a penny more. I guess some people might get together with friends and split the cost. But I have no friends so that's not an option for me ; )
Now, if this was back pre-2009, I'd pay to see that.
Opinions are my own and are never to be taken seriously.
and for God's sake, if you're going to whine about Jim Nantz, have the respect to spell his name correctly.
Driver: Callaway XHot Pro 9* Stiff
3W: Tour Edge Exotics 13* Stiff
3-4 HY: Callaway Rogue Stiff
5-PW: Callaway Rogue Stiff steel, True Temper
48* Titleist, 52* Callaway
Putter: Nike Method
Ball: ProV1 -- or whatever I find in the woods while looking for my ProV1
DFS PFD wrote:
I'd only watch if it were their own money, or $500,000/hole skins match cash up front.