"We want to celebrate the moment," he said. "We're looking at them coming from the putting green with the soundtrack they choose, and that sound feeds up from the hill when it's their time to go up. They've chosen their walk-up music. It happens in other sports, and it seems to work. It allows them through their choice of music to connect with the fans, and it humanizes them."
"I think the feeling is _ and it seems to be among media and a lot of other people with the stakeholders, not just us as the sponsors _ well, if they're in China and there's a World Golf Championship, this would be a good event to be at because it's a WGC, but a WGC in Asia, which helps elevate the game," said Morgan, adding that both golfers apologized to him privately for missing the event.