Well, she is their lead anchor, so perhaps a little on-air representation of LPGA tour nightlife is par for the course.
As far as the 2 reporters and how they performed, I thought each did a decent job given the circumstances of, despite the tranquil backdrop, being eye to eye in 5 minute ready-set-go scenario with a guy who I'm beginning to belive could win the World Series of Poker if he wanted to.
As far as CBS actually declining their interview, that was the ultimate bonehead move. They could have run it coinciding with the NCAA tournament and kept and even increased viewership on their channels as well as web hits and downloads. Sheer stupidity when also considering that they broadcast The Masters in a couple weeks and Tiger is by far the most prevailing story to captivate the masses.