Sunday viewership: 6 million
the audience for Woods's win at Augusta (14.63 million) was golf's largest since his victory there in 2001 (19.16 million). But the low viewership for his win at St. Andrews (above) was harder to figure. Not only did this year's British furnish Tiger's lowest number during a major win, it was also only slightly higher than the audience for Todd Hamilton's victory in 2004 (5.99 million).
Chrysler Championship (ABC) Sunday viewership: 1.28 million
every tournament that's up against the NFL gets lousy ratings, but the Chrysler Championship, won by Carl Pettersson, earned the dubious distinction of being 2005's least seen network event. In the six years since its inception the Tampa-based tournament has produced two of the Tour's three smallest Sunday audiences. Football is one thing, but this year the Chrysler couldn't even outdraw pro bullriding on NBC.