The Last Angry Fan has a good post about who might be behind the aerial jabs aimed at Tiger and his recent history.
Rhonda Cook, an intrepid reporter for AJC, did a swell bit of investigating, and found out that the banners were set up through a Toledo, Ohio ad agency, but the company, Air America Aerial Ads, would not reveal who actually purchased the banners.
But don’t be too disappointed–there’s more on the way. Four more of the Tiger-bashing aerial ads will grace the skies over Augusta before the weekend is through.
It didn’t seem to have much of an impact on Woods, who shot a 68 on Thursday.
I just hope some reporter has the balls to ask Tiger about the signs.
Update: SPORTSbyBROOKS reports that the plane has been grounded by the FAA.
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