- Tiger Woods is playing the PGA Championship this weekend, and while there’s no guarantee that he’ll even make the cut, it’s sure there will be a lot of photos of the legendary golfer.
- You can see people snapping pictures with their phones every time he tees off.
- Tiger’s career has been so long that there was actually a time where there wasn’t a sea of smartphones every time he took a shot.
The shocking difference between 2002 and 2018 was pointed out by Ryder Cup and European Tour content director Jamie Kennedy in a viral tweet:
2002 🆚 2018
How watching Tiger has changed post-smartphone. pic.twitter.com/CGZd0kQpBM
— Jamie Kennedy (@jamierkennedy) August 8, 2018
While Business Insider couldn’t identify the specific events in the photos above, even pics from Friday show Tiger lining in front of a wall of smartphones.
If there is one place where you can watch Tiger play golf without smartphones, it’s at the Masters, which has a strict no-cell-phone policy.
Here’s a shot of the crowds from this year’s Masters:
Source: Business insider