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GOLF CHANNEL Tames Winds at Bob Hope Chrysler Classic with Extended Coverage in Prime TimeWow, the sacrifices they make! For all 8 of you who tuned in for the Sprint Post Game...
Demonstrating the cable network’s commitment to follow golf's breaking stories, the GOLF CHANNEL extended live tournament coverage to capture Charley Hoffman’s come-from-behind victory in a playoff over John Rollins at the final round of the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic hosted by George Lopez.
With its pre-scheduled broadcast window scheduled to conclude at 7 p.m. ET, GOLF CHANNEL extended its live broadcast to provide viewers with shot-by-shot coverage and analysis of the first playoff of the 2007 PGA TOUR season.
On Golf Central (1 a.m. ET), Vince Cellini will sit down with Hoffman to break down his first PGA TOUR victory. Golf Central also will highlight the top celebrity moments of the week.
Oh, let me go TiVo that. I wonder if I'll get a chance to see Oscar De La Hoya shadow boxing in front of a camera? The other 42 times weren't enough.
Missed any of the final round action due to the NFL Playoffs?
No one was watching those lousy games! Come on. I mean, Sprint Post Game or Brady v. Manning down to the wire? Please.
GOLF CHANNEL has viewers covered, with an encore presentation of the final round of play airing in its entirety beginning at 10 p.m. ET, and on Monday in prime time as a part of the network’s Monday Night Lights franchise at 8 p.m. ET.
You know I like this Monday Night Lights thing. If they keep playing these 5 hour + final rounds, they'll be finishing Monday nights under lights.