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Do you watch golf when you're not playing?

Beginning of summer Sports illustrated We surveyed a number of PGA Tour players on a variety of golf-related topics, from tournaments with the best food to rule suggestions to must-visit golf courses and more. We think you'll enjoy the answers.

Previous topics: Pay to play | Best Tour Advantage | The best food on the tour | Bucket List Courses | Best advice for beginners

Today’s question:

Do you watch golf when you're not playing?

“I never watch golf, well, maybe the last round of the Masters.” —Jimmy Walker

“I watched the back nine of the Masters this year. I watch pretty much every major I'm not playing in.” — Matt Kuchar

“I'll watch some, I watched a lot more during the Ryder Cup years.” — Zach Johnson

“Sure, I watch a lot of golf. I watch the end of almost every tournament.” — Stewart Cink

Very rarely. Maybe the last round of a tournament I'm not participating in.” — Adam Scott

“No. I'm usually on the road, unless I'm with friends on a European tour.” — Francesco Molinari

“Sure, I watch golf. I watch most sports.” —Ryan Palmer

“Not really, I’m too busy with the kids.” — Aaron Baddeley

“Not much, I always have something to do with the children.” —Keegan Bradley

“No golf, no time.” — Gary Woodland

“It depends. I watch all sports.” — Jordan Spieth

“I would rather watch my kids play golf than watch other people play golf on TV.” — Tony Finau