Four days of hole-by-hole coverage, co-produced by SiriusXM and Westwood One, from Bellerive CC in St. Louis, August 9-12
SiriusXM programming to feature shows hosted by Greg Norman, Fred Couples, Dave Stockton, Ben Crenshaw, Hale Irwin and others
NEW YORK, Aug. 6, 2018 — SiriusXM will offer listeners nationwide comprehensive play-by-play and talk coverage of the 100th PGA Championship, taking place August 9-12 at Bellerive CC in St. Louis, MO. PGA Championship programming will be available to subscribers nationwide through SiriusXM radios (Sirius channel 208 and XM channel 92), the SiriusXM app and the streaming web player at SiriusXM.com.
Live hole-by-hole coverage, which SiriusXM will co-produce with Westwood One, will air starting at 12:00 pm ET all four days of Championship play, for a total of 30 hours of live tournament play-by-play from the course.
The broadcast will be hosted by play-by-play voice Taylor Zarzour, with 1992 PGA TOUR Rookie of the Year Mark Carnevale serving as the analyst in the booth. Maureen Madill, John Maginnes, Dennis Paulson, Fred Albers and Bill Rosinski will provide live commentary from around the course, with Debbie Doniger covering the practice grounds and handling interviews.
“We’re excited for another strong field and exciting event at this year’s PGA Championship,” said Scott Greenstein, SiriusXM’s President and Chief Content Officer. “Throughout the tournament and the days leading up to it our listeners will be immersed in everything happening both inside and beyond the ropes at Bellerive.”
Beyond play-by-play coverage, SiriusXM will provide fans with an extensive schedule of daily golf talk and PGA Championship analysis throughout Championship week:
SiriusXM’s exclusive talk programming lineup will include shows hosted by Dave Stockton, who won the PGA Championship in 1970 and 1976, as well as several major champions who have finished near the top of the leaderboard in the PGA Championship, including Fred Couples, Ben Crenshaw, Hale Irwin, Greg Norman and Craig Stadler.
This Wednesday, SiriusXM and the PGA of America will also launch a new weekly talk show hosted by David Marr III—PGA of America Radio. Airing each Wednesday at 4:00 pm ET, PGA of America Radiowill focus on expert PGA Member instruction and analysis, major PGA of America golf events, featured programs designed to grow the game and a unique insider’s perspective from special guests from throughout the golf industry.
SiriusXM’s lineup during Championship week also features shows hosted by current and former PGA TOUR pros Pat Perez, John Cook, Chris DiMarco, Mark Lye and Carl Paulson; top PGA and LPGA instructors Michael Breed, Debbie Doniger, Hank Haney, David Leadbetter, Jim McLean and Larry Rinker; and many others.
Visit SiriusXM.com/golfonsxm for more info and a daily schedule.
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