The cause of the annoying buzzing sound that came from the television feed during the recent U.S. Open golf tournament has been revealed.
Wyndham Clarke would win his first major on the weekend, outlasting a number of big golfing names to earn himself a massive $3.6 million bag, per reports. The 29-year-old is relatively unknown and had never finished better than No. 75 in a major tournament.
It appears the Los Angeles Country Club did the trick for the Denver native. Yeah, Denver has another reason to celebrate…
The venue was also the cause of some annoyance as many fans complained about the buzzing sound coming from the television on Sunday.
It’s since been revealed that the noise was coming from a plane that was flying above the country club. According to sports business journo Joe Pompliano, the aircraft was circling the LACC throughout the day’s events.
Pompliano explained that the plane could have been used for the broadcast as it is registered to Island Century Media LLC, a company working in aerial camera and production support.
Safe to say, fans did not find it at all comfortable.
The LACC’s debut as a U.S. Open venue was not a great one as fans had been complaining about the atmosphere from Friday. The buzzing aircraft only served to make things worse.
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