Golf on TV This Weekend

Are you looking forward to hit your golf ball on the television this weekend? If so, then you will not be disappointed as there are a number of options available for you. You can either join a local tourney or just watch your favorite TV shows, such as American Idol on Fox Network, Golf channel, and other similar channels which air on various weekdays. Other options include live telecasts of major tournaments such as the Masters, US Open, and others.

Golf on TV This Weekend

 

If you are a fan of comedy, you can make full use of your TV on any one of the many comedy channels which broadcast on various channels. For example, you can catch the Broad City shows on Spike TV if you are in your hometown of Los Angeles. The Saturday night entertainment show of NBCSN is a favorite among sports enthusiasts as it features the best coverage of tennis, golf, boxing, auto racing, and other sports. The aforementioned tennis matches between unseeded players ranked No. 1 and No. 16 in the world last month are being telecast on the aforementioned NBCSN network.

 

If your favorite game is golf, then you would certainly love to see what the latest in golf is on TV this weekend. The 2009 Masters is just around the corner, and there have been some rumors that the winner will be the defending champion, Martina Navratilova. What do you think? Will she end up as the 2009 winner?

 

The other popular match which deserves to be on the list is the clash between Spain’s Diego Maradona and England’s Andy Murray. The match was expected to be marred by the long absence of Sir Roger Clemens, who is nursing an elbow injury. The two players are scheduled to meet on Thursday night, with Murray taking on Maradona in the afternoon in the St. Louis arena. Who knows, maybe both will end up being the 2010 winner.

 

The most anticipated match on TV this weekend is the clash between defending champion Novak Djokovic and world number three seed Roger Federer. This match promises to be great not only for the fans but also for the television audience. The two players had already clashed several times in the past, with Federer having the edge in most of those encounters. The Swiss legend is widely considered the world’s top player and he looks like he is going to retain his title for a fourth time.

 

Another match, which deserves to be mentioned on Golf on TV this weekend is the final round between No. 6 seeds from Australia and defending champion Spain. The teams are favorites to win the trophy and both players have a great chance to do so. Last year’s final round was a best-of-five series and Spain managed to win it by a stroke over the Aussies. Expect something similar this year, with the Aussies coming into the tournament highly regarded as well as the European champions. The winner of this tournament will face either Mexico’s Hector Garza or Brazil’s Luiznea Filho in the quarter finals.