Wednesday, August 5, 2009

RE: TGX Golf Radio Show 08/05/2009

Great guests on my show today !!

TGX Golf Radio Show Professional Golfer
Mr Chris Arceneaux:
http://www.carceneaux.com/Main.html

Mr. Julian Phillpis
Christian Cultural Center
http://www.cccinfo.org/pages/page.asp?page_id=66923

Mr J. Eric Eckard
Golf and Travel writer
http://www.secondgolfer.blogspot.com/

Buick ends Sponsohip of Two PGA Tour Events

The PGA Tour is feeling the strain of the downturn in the economy. Buick a General Motors company announced Monday that they are pulling their title sponsorship of two PGA Tour stops. Buick will no longer sponsor the Buick Open and the Buick Invitational played in La Jolla California at Torrey Pines Golf Club.

The PGA Tour also has 10 other tournament with sponsorship deals the are set to end in 2010. Only time can tell if they will be able to keep those events on the schedule.


Edward Wanambwa
www.thegolfwriter.com

Sunday, August 2, 2009

Tiger Woods Wins the 2009 Buick Open



Tiger woods shot a final round 3- under 69 to claim his 3rd Buick Open title and his 69th career win on the PGA Tour. With this win woods inches closer to surpassing Jack Nicklaus mark of 73 career wins and with a win at the 2009 PGA Championship Woods could claim his 15th career major. Woods has committed to play in the Bridgestone Invitational this week. He is a 6-time winner of the event and he looks to add a 7th win there before playing next week in the 2009 PGA Championship.


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Edward. S. Wanambwa
www.thegolfwriter.com

Saturday, August 1, 2009

Woods leads the 2009 Buick Open


Tigers Woods is back ! After s sizzling 63 on Friday, Woods carded an exciting 7 under 65 today to take the lead heading into the final round of the 2009 Buick Open. Michael Letzig who was paired with Woods in the final round of the Memorial Tournament Bogeyed the 18th hole on Saturday to give Woods the lead heading into the final round.

Will Tiger Woods rebound from his poor play in the British Open by winning the Buick Open? Well if history is any indication, He has the odds on his side. Tiger Woods has held the 54 hole lead in 49 tournaments and he has been victorious in 46 of them.

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