Stenson, Poulter, and McLean Are Getting Sirius
By Torleif Sorenson on 11/21/13
Life is good for Henrik Stenson these days. First, he finished solo 2nd at the Open Championship, then solo 3rd at the PGA Championship, then won the Deutsche Bank and the Tour Championship to capture the FedEx Cup (and a trunkload of money). As if that wasn't enough, Stenson won the Race to Dubai with a victory at the DP World Championship.
And now, he's getting his own radio gig.
Satellite radio provider SiriusXM announced that the Swede will bring his dry sense of humor to their PGA Tour radio channel (channel 93 on XM, channel 208 on Sirius Premier):
"This has been an incredibly thrilling year for me, truly a dream season. I'm looking forward to being on SiriusXM and sharing my thoughts on golf and my unique experiences around the world. It will be fun to bring my listeners along for the ride and give them an unvarnished look at life on and off the course."As if having Stenson isn't enough, SiriusXM decided to "pour gasoline on the fire" by announcing that the irrepressible Ryder Cup hero Ian Poulter will also get a chance to take on virtually any subject on Sirius XM:
"Those who know me know I've never been shy about sharing my opinions. Now to have my own national radio show on SiriusXM will be great fun."In a Tuesday press release, SiriusXM also announced that the famous golf instructor Jim McLean will join PGA of America instructor Jeff Warne for a twice-a-week call-in program. As of now, SiriusXM have yet to indicate when these programs will air, but these announcements make for three additional reasons to consider getting satellite radio. Stenson and Poulter's respective senses of humor might prove to be worth the price of admission alone.
And just in time for the holiday shopping season, too.
Read an interesting article? Tip Your Editor
Image via Wikipedia
[ comments ]
[ post comment ]