So who cares that Ben An, after shooting 73 the first round at the CJ Cup was “plus 75,000” to win, in betting terms, whatever plus 75,000 means (I’ll call my degenerate gambling pal Rob to find out).
So now the PGA Tour is on board with the gambling on sports craze and seems the Golf Channel digs the action as well, flashing odds during the telecast of the CJ Cup as if everyone at home wants to get on the phone with a short-term investment broker (aka bookie) and bet that Brooks Koepka would make a birdie on that pretty easy, 510-yard par five closing hole at Shadow Creek.
Well, the talking heads were making imaginary bets that he would and Brooksie, to end a pretty sloppy first day back, made bogey. Good thing it was imaginary, fellas.
So now you have to put up with that sort of nonsense.
So we’re sending everyone involved with that from the Golf Channel, to the Dog House.
Perhaps the dogs can give them some gambling pointers, although we hear our Dogs prefer college football.
Good for them!