Wednesday, March 25

2009 Arnold Palmer Invitational TV Schedule and Tournament Notes

THE 2009 ARNOLD PALMER INVITATIONAL begins on Thursday at Bay Hill Club & Lodge in Orlando, Florida.

Purse: $6 million
Winner’s share: $1.04 million
Defending champion: Tiger Woods

Inside the field
Inside the course

2009 Arnold Palmer Invitational Leaderboard

TV SCHEDULE

Thirteen hours of TV coverage are on tap for the 2009 Arnold Palmer Invitational.

Thu, 3/26:
GOLF 3p - 6p ET

Fri, 3/27:
GOLF 3p - 6p ET

Sat, 3/28:
NBC 2:30p - 6p ET

Sun, 3/29:
NBC 2:30p - 6p ET

PGA Tour radio coverage

−The Armchair Golfer

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6 comments :

Heather said...

I'll either be on the road (towards warmer climates and greener fairways) or on the course for most of the tourney. But I can check my blogs. Keep me posted. :o)

Joseph Downs said...

I had the take Tiger again in fantasy golf this week. Not a chance I take him out.

Mad Hatter said...

Hi Armchair, I will be watching saturday and sunday off and on.

Anonymous said...

I have to work actually during most of the tournament! A friend of mine told me that they're streaming the Masters on CBSSports.com. I looked it up today and it turns out they are! Pretty cool stuff! Here's a link for them to notify you when the streams are live: http://www.cbssports.com/golf/tournaments/masters/video/

The Armchair Golfer said...

Tiger is within striking distance. He likes Bay Hill. I wonder why?

Anonymous said...

i am a little disappointed in arnie. at the end of the tournament, that sean led by 5 pts throughout and did an excellent job, he quietly shook sean's hand, said good play, and turned to tiger to hug him like he was the mesiah. i think sean did a great job and probably lost the game by the one point that was caused when his ball went in the water. i would have liked to see arnie give him more kudos for a job well done.