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Comment from: Wendy (UK) [Visitor] Email
It's the date-line Jen. Saturday = Sunday in some parts of the world & TV coverage rules.
02/16/08 @ 14:27
Comment from: Jennifer Mario [Member] Email
That's the stated reason, I know (Asian sponsors, Asian viewers) but the date-line doesn't seem to affect the PGA Tour's two Hawaii season-opening tournaments, which includes the Asian-sponsored Sony Open. Or even the LPGA's new Kapalua Classic in October--it'll be 72 holes.
02/16/08 @ 14:32
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Bivens is shrewd. She placed it there for a reason. Perhaps the LPGA draws a tv audience from those who tend to stay at home on a Saturday night. Be that the case, then the placement of the event in prime time on a Saturday is a damned fine move.
02/16/08 @ 18:50
Comment from: Wendy (UK) [Visitor] Email
Sorry, Jen - you're right - I should have done some more figuring!
02/17/08 @ 05:12
Comment from: Art [Visitor] Email
Go Michelle
02/21/08 @ 01:53

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