The 2009 Senior PGA Championship blog was created to give fans behind-the-scenes access to Cleveland’s first Major Golf Championship in more than 10 years. Readers will be some of the first to view breaking news about the Championship, including player commitments, clubhouse and course preparation updates, special opportunities to get involved, and Championship scores and highlights.
We’ll cover anything and everything related to the 2009 Senior PGA Championship, including Champions Tour updates, past Senior PGA Championships, tournament rules, interesting facts, pre-championship events and Canterbury’s rich history with the PGA of America.
LIVE UPDATES DURING THE CHAMPIONSHIP
During the week of the Championship (May 19-24), we will be posting news about player arrivals, tee times, pairings, practice rounds and Championship scores, updates and recaps.
For those attending the Championship, tune in for useful information about parking, weather forecasts, the best course locations to see the most action and great places to see the players up close and personal.
For those golf fans using Twitter, follow us at @SeniorPGA2009. We’ll be posting the most up-to-date information as soon as it gets handed down. Ask us questions and we’ll do our best to get you answers as soon as possible.
WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!
Let us know what you’re interested in. Ask questions. Offer your insight into the past tournaments. Give your opinion on the strength of the field or the 2009 Championship overall. This is your opportunity to get involved in one of professional golf’s major championships.
The 2009 Senior PGA Championship blog and Twitter account are maintained by the Senior PGA staff, including outside consultants from PR 20/20, a Cleveland-based PR and marketing firm. PR 20/20 consultant, Keith Moehring, is the administrator on both accounts. All content and information provided is supplied by, edited and/or approved by the PGA of America prior to being published. If you have any questions or issues please email firstname.lastname@example.org.