Cole Swindell Is Furious That He Can’t Watch The Masters

by Charles Craighill
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Like so many other Americans, American country music singer Cole Swindell just wants to enjoy his weekend relaxing and enjoying The Masters. His internet and cable provider had other plans. Most Americans sympathize with Swindell’s frustration, as even the rerun of Tiger Wood’s 2019 Masters win charted the most viewers for a sporting event during the quarantine. That encore boasted 2.16 million viewers on CBS.

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As Swindell mentions in his Tweet, The Masters app and website air the event live all weekend. While his TV provider may let him down, The Masters app certainly won’t. With that said, nothing quite feels like sitting back on your couch with an iced Arnold Palmer watching Tiger Woods at Augusta on your big screen.

Cole Swindell Music Career

Cole Swindell burst onto the country music scene of Nashville both as a songwriter and as a singer. Over the years, he wrote singles for country music stars such as Thomas Rhett, Scotty McCreary, and Luke Bryan. On his own, he released three studio albums with Warner Bros Records in Nashville. His most recent album, All of It, came out in 2018. He has released a few live singles since then, along with his most recent single, Single Saturday Night, on May 22 of this year.

The Masters Updates

As of early Saturday afternoon, red-hot Dustin Johnson sits atop the leaderboard at fourteen below par and shows no signs of stopping. Rory McIlroy makes a third-round push to re-join the conversation at the top of the leaderboard. Justin Thomas sits just three back from the lead, making the final holes interesting. Abraham Ancer and Sunjae Im also sit at 11 under, tied for second.

To many viewers’ dismay, Tiger has fallen out of striking distance on this Saturday of The Masters. After feeling his mojo in the first two rounds, Phil Mickelson turns in an abysmal performance in the third round. Bryson Dechambeau is all but disqualified at even par.

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