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Sir Nick Faldo and John Daly on SiriusXM

Six-time major championship winner Sir Nick Faldo and two-time major champion John Daly are coming to SiriusXM PGA TOUR Radio.

Nick Faldo Radio will debut this January and air monthly throughout the year.

"I am most excited about this new opportunity to talk golf with golfers and people you may not know are golfers; to get to know golf enthusiasts and have them get to know me," Faldo said. "We are going to have fun connecting with those connected to SiriusXM PGA TOUR Radio. I look forward to some real entertainment."

Daly, who won a PGA Championship in 1991 and British Open in 1995, will host a new six-part series in December, called Hit It Hard with John Daly. Daly will take calls from listeners across the country, talk about his experiences in and out of the sport, offer his thoughts on today's game and players, share his love of music and more.

"One of the things I’ve enjoyed most about my career is the fans and their support. I still feed off of their energy and encouragement in every tournament I play in,” Daly said.  “SiriusXM is a great new way for me to interact with those fans and talk about not only golf, but music and life in general, and I’m looking forward to sharing my experiences both on the golf course and beyond it."

Faldo and Daly join Bob Ford, Fred Couples, Natalie Gulbis, Debbie Doniger, Larry Mize, Annika Sörenstam, Ben Crenshaw, Henrik Stenson, Ian Poulter, Rich Beem, Hank Haney, David Leadbetter, Chris DiMarco and Jim McLean, in addition to programming from the Golf Channel, on SiriusXM PGA TOUR Radio.

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  • Matt AdamsMatt Adams is a New York Times and USA Today best-selling author, Golf Channel reporter, columnist and golf industry veteran. Matt started his career at ESPN, then moved on to the golf industry, where he worked in golf equipment manufacturing and continues to consult on golf course operations.

  • Fred AlbersPrior to his work on SiriusXM PGA TOUR Radio, Fred spent more than 20 years covering and broadcasting tournament golf, as well as caddying in U.S. and British Opens. His wife, Kristi Albers, is a LPGA Tour veteran and champion.

  • Doug BellWith a wide range of experience (play-by-play announcer, studio host, reporter and producer) covering various sports (basketball, football, and golf) for numerous networks (ESPN, FOX and regional cable), Bell brings a wealth of broadcasting knowledge to SiriusXM PGA TOUR Radio.

  • Mark CarnevaleWinner of both the Chattanooga Classic and PGA TOUR Rookie of the Year in 1992, Mark Carnevale covered the PGA TOUR for ESPN and the Golf Channel and served as tournament director of the Virginia Beach Open and Greater Hickory Classic at Rock Barn before joining SiriusXM PGA TOUR Radio as an analyst.

  • Ben Crenshaw

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  • Earl ForceyPrior to joining SiriusXM PGA TOUR Radio as a weekly host for live tournament coverage, Earl was a talk show host at all-sports WTEM Radio in Washington, D.C., and hosted a nationally syndicated weekend show for One-on-One Sports Radio Network in Chicago. In addition, Earl has been a longtime contributor to Westwood One's wide ranging sports coverage as well as anchoring Westwood One’s exclusive coverage from the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan.

  • Hank Haney

    Hank Haney is ranked annually as one of the finest instructors in the world having coached more than 200 touring professionals from the PGA, LPGA, Champions, European, Japanese, Australian and Asian Tours over the course of his distinguished career. His students have won every major championship in professional golf, amateur golf and junior golf during his 35-plus years of teaching. He has gained further notoriety for his starring role on "The Haney Project," one of the highest-rated original entertainment television series on The Golf Channel where Haney instructs celebrity personalities with the goal of helping them achieve new personal benchmarks as amateur golfers.

  • Brian KatrekBrian hosted, provided analysis, and reported on-course for Inside the PGA TOUR on the Golf Channel, This is the PGA Tour on Fox Sports Net, CBS Radio/Westwood One, and SiriusXM PGA TOUR Radio. A scratch golfer, Brian has caddied on the PGA TOUR, Champions Tour, and LPGA Tour.

  • David Leadbetter

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  • John MaginnesFollowing nearly a decade as a member of the PGA TOUR, John Maginnes joined USA Network as an on-course reporter. In addition to his accomplishments on the PGA TOUR, Maginnes was a three-time winner on the Nationwide Tour before joining SiriusXM PGA TOUR Radio as an analyst.

  • Jim McLean

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  • Dennis PaulsonDennis was a member of the PGA TOUR for 10 years. Along with defeating David Duval to win the 2000 Buick Classic in a playoff, he won on the Asian Tour and the Nationwide Tour.

  • Ian Poulter

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  • Bill RosinskiBill currently works as an on-course commentator for SiriusXM PGA Tour Radio and also for ESPN Radio as its lead college football and college basketball commentator in the golf off season. Before taking the job at ESPN Radio in 2009, Rosinski had spent the last four seasons calling National Football League games for Westwood One radio.

  • Henrik Stenson

    Henrik is the highest-ever ranked Swedish male professional golfer. He won consecutive Ryder Cups with the European Team in 2006 and 2008, and took home the Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass in 2009. Today he is one of the longest, most powerful hitters in the game. He married Emma on Dec. 30, 2006. They reside in Orlando, Fla., with their daughter, Lisa, and son, Karl.

  • Bob StevensManaging Editor of the Golfer's Guide and Golfersguide.com, Bob Stevens played hooky to see Arnold Palmer win his last tournament, went to college with Nancy Lopez and Hank Haney, embarked on an Emmy-winning TV career in Tulsa and Cleveland, followed by six years as an ESPN SportsCenter anchor.

  • Jeff Warne

    Jeff is the Director of Golf at The Bridge, located in Bridgehampton, New York, on Long Island's prestigious East End. He previously was Jim McLean's Director of Instruction at Sleepy Hollow CC in New York, as well as a Lead Instructor at McLean's school at Doral. Prior to coming to The Bridge, Jeff was the Director of Instruction at The Atlantic Golf Club, and was named to GOLF Magazine's inaugural Top 100 Teachers list. 

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