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Sunday
Aug192012

Where You Can Watch The Wyndham Final Round Since You Sure Won't Find Out On The CBSSports Website!

A quick look at the CBSSports.com golf page--and that's about all I can muster these days (no offense, Shane Bacon)--does not reveal to readers when you can watch CBS Sports' production of the rain-delayed Wyndham Championship.

What a wonderful PGA Tour Partner, looking out for the fans who might not have seen the golf today but were curious about watching a pretty attractive finish where Sergio Garcia will try to fend off Tim Clark.

Thankfully, Helen Ross noted the TV and satellite radio start times in her blog post about the weather delay. And Golf Channel sent out a release because, unlike CBS Sports and their website, the aforementioned entities actually care about their fans.

FYI, the final round of the Wyndham Championship will resume on Monday with Golf Channel airing live coverage beginning at 9 a.m. ET.  Sergio Garcia is currently leading at 15-under-par.  Morning Drive will air live for two hours leading into live tournament coverage beginning at 7 a.m. ET, featuring live interviews on-site from Greensboro.  Golf Central will air live following the conclusion of the Monday’s final round coverage.
 
Below is Golf Channel’s Monday morning programming schedule (all times Eastern):
 
7-9 a.m.                                                       Morning Drive (Live)
 
9 a.m.-12 p.m. (Approx)                                Final Round Wyndham Championship (L)
 
After conclusion                                             Golf Central (Live)

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Reader Comments (2)

A public service announcement for the twelve people who will watch today's finishing round...
08.20.2012 | Unregistered Commentertlavin
12? Anyway, just had time to check: Congratulations, Sergio!
08.20.2012 | Unregistered CommenterKLG

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