PGA Championship airing on Sirius XM through Sunday


Staff member
Oct 7, 2008

The 91st PGA Championship - golf's fourth and final major championship of 2009 - will begin airing from Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska, Minn. on your satellite radio, starting today and running through Sunday, August 16th.
Sirius XM's live coverage (on XM channel 146 and Sirius channel 209with the "Best of XM" programming package) will feature host BobStevens and analyst John Maginnes, with hole-by-hole updates fromroving reporters Mark Carnevale, Fred Albers, Larry Rinker and ChuckGarbedian.

On-course coverage will start Thursday and Friday at 10am ET and Saturday and Sunday at 11am ET and will continue until the conclusion of each day's play.

Play-by-play will immediately be followed by a wrap-up of the day's action on PGA Championship Replay, which will include a recap of the day's action with highlights, analysis and interviews with players.

Following Sunday's live coverage, the final three hours of the final round will be rebroadcast from 8 - 11pm ET.

Hazeltine previously hosted the PGA Championship in 2002, with Rich Beem defeating eventual four-time PGA Champion Tiger Woods by one stroke. Padraig Harrington is the defending champion of the event, having won at Oakland Hills Country Club in Michigan last year. This year's field includes Woods, who is seeking his 15th major championship victory, and Phil Mickelson, winner of the 2005 PGA Championship at Baltusrol.

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