A meteorologist in Atlanta mentioned she gained demise threats from audience for interrupting the Masters match that featured the historical and incredible win by means of Tiger Woods.
The Atlanta Magazine-Charter reported that CBS 46’s Ella Dorsey took to Twitter to protect herself and the published that most effective took up part the display right through the match.
“To everybody sending me demise threats at this time: you wouldn’t be pronouncing a rattling factor if a twister was once ravaging your own home this afternoon. Lives are extra vital than five mins of golfing. I will be able to proceed to copy that if and after we reduce into programming to stay other people secure.”
Serious climate moved via north Georgia Sunday, leaving scattered injury around the house, Fox5Atlanta.com reported. A Twister Watch that lined maximum of north Georgia ended at 2 p.m.
The paper quoted her information director who referred to as one of the feedback “insane.”
Woods’ 13-under was once sufficient to defeat Dustin Johnson, Xander Schauffle, and Brooks Koepeka by means of one stroke.
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Along with Woods’ 5th Masters championship and 15th primary identify (trailing most effective the good Jack Nicklaus in each classes), Sunday marked his 81st victory at the PGA Excursion, one clear of the occupation report held by means of Sam Snead. It was once additionally the primary time Tiger had received one in every of golfing’s 4 primary championships when now not coming into the overall spherical with no less than a percentage of the lead.