NEW YORK (AP) With Tiger Woods in contention and looking to extend his season, the Wyndham Championship on Sunday produced a solid rating for CBS.
The final round had a 3.9 rating - the best for a nonmajor on any network since NBC drew 5.7 in May 2013 for Woods' win at The Players Championship.
The rating was also the highest for a nonmajor on CBS since Woods' win at the AT&T National in July 2012.
Woods began play Sunday two strokes off the lead but struggled in the final round. He needed a victory to earn a spot in the FedEx Cup playoffs opener next week. Davis Love III won by one stroke.
Ratings represent the percentage of U.S. homes with televisions tuned to a program.