Woods won his third event of the year on Sunday, shooting a 2-under 69 and showing that he'll forever be golf's biggest draw.
CBS' coverage of the AT&T National on Sunday brought in a 4.6 overnight rating, which is 171 percent above last year's final-round coverage, USA Today reports. Last year, it was Nick Watney winning it all.
Even Saturday's ratings were stellar for golf — a 2.2 overnight, up 69 percent from last year. Both days' ratings may go up farther, too, as several East Coast cities' figures were missing from the usual 56-market group due to powerful storms throughout the weekend.
Woods may not be drawing the record ratings that once marked his career, but — just like the rest of his game — those may not be far off, either.