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Three PGA Programs to Debut on Golf Channel
December 11th 2015 - Be sure not to miss multiple airings of "2016 Ryder Cup One Year to Go Show," "PGA of America 2015 Year in Review" and "2015 PGA Championship Highlight Show, presented by OMEGA - One Fine Day" next week on Golf Channel.
Narrated by Tony Adamson and produced by European Tour Productions, the "2016 Ryder Cup One Year to Go Show" recaps all of the pomp and circumstance surrounding the One Year to Go Ryder Cup celebrations that took place in and around the Twin Cities area, Sept. 27-29.
The 30-minute program, which debuts Tues., December 15 at 6:30 p.m. EST on Golf Channel, elicits anticipation for next year's 41st Ryder Cup by introducing viewers to U.S. Ryder Cup Captain Davis Love III and his counterpart from Ryder Cup Europe, Captain Darren Clarke, as they meet for the first time in their official capacities at Hazeltine National Golf Club.
The one-hour "PGA of America 2015 Year in Review" program is narrated by David Marr III and debuts on Tues., December 15 at 7 p.m. EST on Golf Channel. The show, which chronicles the PGA's memorable championship moments from 2015, features highlights, insights and reflections from champions Jason Day, Inbee Park, Colin Montgomerie and Matt Dobyns on their career-altering victories.
Viewers will be treated to highlights from the PGA's roster of championships and events such as the Senior Professional Championship presented by Mercedes-Benz USA, National Car Rental PGA Assistant Championship, PGA Cup, PGA Junior League Golf Championships, PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championship and Junior PGA Championship presented by Under Armour and Genesis Networks.
Finally, the "2015 PGA Championship Highlight Show, presented by OMEGA - One Fine Day" relives Jason Day's victory and historic effort at the 97th PGA Championship, where he became the first player in golf's rich history to finish 20-under in a major.
Jim Nantz narrates this PGA of America Production -- it debuts Wed., December 16 at 10 p.m. -- that serves as a round-by-round historical capsule, and includes all of the week's drama, shot making and interviews. Golf enthusiasts will enjoy their reintroduction to Whistling Straits, which hosted its third PGA in 11 years; a Sunday charge from Jordan Spieth rife with historical implications; and experiencing many of the behind-the-scenes events that accompany a PGA Championship.