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At The Most Tense Moment, A TV Station Cuts Away From The US Open.
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At The Most Tense Moment, A TV Station Cuts Away From The US Open.


On Sunday, golf fans in Iowa were left in suspense as a local TV station cut away from the action at the worst possible time during the U.S. Open.

Viewers watching the match on WHO 13 in Des Moines witnessed Louis Oosthuizen attempting to sink a putt that would keep him within one stroke of leader Jon Rahm:

https://t.co/MGAAWOg1MR pic.twitter.com/QTIWWPhrdN — Defector (@DefectorMedia) June 21, 2021

The Midwest station cut away to report on severe weather, which included a tornado.

The NBC affiliate eventually switched to a split-screen to show the weather and the golf, but by then, it didn't matter because Oosthuizen had already missed, and Rahm would win the tournament, which was held at Torrey Pines Golf Course in California.

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