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Since joining NBC Sports Group in 2011, Golf Channel has increased its average viewership by 54 percent, according to data released by The Nielsen Company. read more

Swing speeds in excess of 140 mph and drives that eclipse 400 yards will be par for the course, as Golf Channel once again will celebrate "Long Drive Month" in October. read more

"I've dedicated my career to helping golfers of all levels enjoy the game of golf as much as I do," Michael Breed said. "Being on Golf Channel for Golf Fix on Mondays and now on SiriusXM for A New Breed of Golf twice a week will allow me to share my passion for the game more often and with more people than ever before." read more

NBC Sports Group will dedicate nearly 60 hours of live news, analysis and tournament coverage surrounding the 2015 Presidents Cup, Oct. 5-11, including more than 25 hours of live tournament coverage on Golf Channel kicking off each night in primetime. read more

"I don't want to really apologize for what happened, but I want to apologize for the way I handled the situation," Suzann Pettersen said. "I feel like we all have to take responsibility for how we can grow this game to a better game and leave the game better for the kids." read more

University of Alabama head football coach Nick Saban sits down with David Feherty for a wide-ranging interview on golf and football – both college and NFL – and the importance of having a work / family balance on a new episode of Feherty, Golf Channel’s primetime interview series, airing Wednesday, Sept. 30 at 9 p.m. ET. read more

Golf Channel will celebrate one-year-out from the 2016 Ryder Cup on Tuesday with comprehensive coverage from Hazeltine National, featuring an expanded Morning Drive from 7-11 a.m. ET, followed by a Golf Central special at 6:30 p.m. ET and a Feherty Live primetime special at 9 p.m. ET with U.S. Ryder Cup Captain Davis Love III and European Captain Darren Clarke. read more

Two of the biggest coaching icons in NCAA football history and two Ryder Cup captains are set to sit down with Emmy-nominated David Feherty for wide-ranging interviews on upcoming episodes of Feherty, Golf Channel's primetime interview series. read more

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump visits with Emmy-nominated Golf Channel host David Feherty in an encore airing of Feherty. The GOP front-runner originally sat down with golf’s most irrepressible character in 2012, where the two discussed the former’s love of the limelight, how best to deal with the media, and Trump’s view (at the time) on running for president. read more

NBC Sports Group is gearing up to showcase two historic weeks in women’s professional golf: the LPGA’s final major championship in 2015, The Evian Championship (Thursday-Sunday, Sept. 10-13), followed by the biennial Solheim Cup (Friday-Sunday, Sept. 18-20). read more

2015 U.S. Presidents Cup team captain Jay Haas and International team captain Nick Price will announce their two captain's picks during a media teleconference on Tuesday, Sept. 8, from 5-6 p.m. ET, and Golf Central will provide comprehensive coverage during a live, one-hour special. read more

College Football Hall-of-Fame coach and avid golfer Lou Holtz will join Golf Channel’s Morning Drive as a weekly contributor during the college football season, beginning Friday, Sept. 4. He will discuss and debate key storylines in golf and college football from a coach’s perspective. read more

In observance of Labor Day, the WorldGolf Wire will not be distributed Monday, Sept. 1. We will resume publication Tuesday, Sept. 8. read more

FootGolf continues to grow. Read about our two new professional champions, how one player traveled across the country in a quest to qualify for the 2016 U.S. FootGolf World Cup team, why golf industry veteran Michael Galeski loves FootGolf, how women are competing in the sport, and lots more. read more

Golf Channel will carry live coverage of the opening two rounds, and weekend lead-in coverage at each of the four events, and Golf Channel on NBC will broadcast third and final round coverage of the final three events: the Deutsche Bank Championship, BMW Championship, and TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola. read more