What is going on at the CBS Sports website? It’s gotten embarrassing.
There’s not even an accessible article about Sang Moon Bae’s win this past weekend. I clicked on what looked like a link, and it sent me to Porter’s Eye on Golf blog.
Speaking of which… has Porter given up? Most of his pieces now are little more than four or five embedded GIFs with no informational value to golf fans whatsoever. The rest are mostly nonsense about Tiger Woods. Today, for example, Porter has a headline announcing that Woods went to two football games. Who in the world would cares about that? That vapid of a headline calls for an ironic “Quick, someone alert the media” comment. Oh, wait, Porter is supposed to be the media.
You’d think the network that has the television rights for the Masters could do a little better job of covering golf. That they don’t makes me thing they may phase out the golf section on CBSSports.com. There is a website called CyberGolf.com that bills itself as an official partner to CBSSports.com. It looks more like an advertising website than a real, meaty golf website, but, hey, at least they have an article on Bae’s win.
It’s frustrating for those of us who try to support the CBS Golf website presence, as we seem to be the only ones who even care.