Tiger Woods ex coach rips into ESPN coverage of US PGA

Tiger Woods' former golf coach Butch Harmon hits out at ESPN's coverage of the US PGA, but he's possibly on the wrong channel (?!)

Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods' former long-time golf coach Butch Harmon has ripped into ESPN's coverage of the US PGA as 'the worst golf coverage I have ever seen'.

Woods, 48, won eight of his 15 career majors and 34 PGA Tour titles during his time with Harmon from 1997 to 2004. 

Harmon started working with Woods as far back as 1993.

The legendary golf coach recently spent time working with Rory McIlroy, who has since gone on to win back-to-back PGA Tour events. 


But back to the top of the story, and Harmon is fuming with ESPN's coverage so far of the US PGA at Valhalla. 

Harmon has taken aim at ESPN's constant 'betting' updates during the first-round coverage where Xander Schauffele has hit the front. 

According to renowned golf writer Bob Harig, it would appear Harmon has more than likely slipped over to the ESPNBet stream on ESPN+ by mistake rather than be on the main channel. 

Harmon took to his official Instagram page to voice his concern over the US PGA coverage on ESPN. 

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