The LIV tournament in Tucson didn't even show up in the weekly sports TV ratings compiled by showbuzzdaily.com from Nielsen data. Only six golf telecasts did: the NBC weekend coverage of Valspar (the high was a 1.62 rating and about 2.6 million viewers on Sunday), Golf Channel's weekday coverage, Golf Channel's early Saturday show, and the Golf Channel late Friday telecast of the Champions Tour (a 0.09 rating and 154,000 viewers). Everything else golf-related didn't make the cut.
Overall, 163 programs were rated, down to two shows with 100,000 viewers: the sports car race in Sebring and a World Baseball Classic game.
Update: According to Sports Business Journal, LIV Golf averaged 274,000 viewers for its final round on CW. Saturday's second round averaged 284,000. Twenty-four percent of households, or 29 million homes, were unable to view the telecast because their affiliate did not carry it.