8.5 million golf fans tuned into CBS to watch the final round of the 2018 PGA championship in St. Louis. It's likely most of them turned on the TV to see if Tiger Woods could complete his return to form by winning another major championship.
Woods finished second, which no doubt disappointed the fans who propelled the annual PGA championship to its best ratings in nearly a decade. At least the smaller but still enthusiastic contingent of Brooks Koepka fans were happy.
But fans were doing more than just watching. You can absorb some useful information just by sitting on your couch and watching as the pros drive and putt their way through 18 holes.
Sure, actually grabbing your clubs and going out on the course offers way more physical benefits, but watching golf can help you improve your game.
Read on to find out more:
So you hook the ball every now and then.
Don't worry about it, we all do. So does Tiger, and Phil and every golfer on the PGA and LPGA tours.