GOLF Channel previews college golf’s fall season, Tuesday, Sept. 29

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With the fall season now underway for many university golf programs around the country, GOLF Channel will premiere a College Central special on Tuesday, Sept. 29 at 5:30 p.m. ET, previewing the biggest storylines and tournaments scheduled to take place during college golf’s fall season.

GOLF Channel college insider Steve Burkowski will host this evening’s show and be joined by analyst Paige Mackenzie, a former three-time NCAA All-American (Washington), as well as Ryan Lavner (college insider). The special will look ahead to the two premier fall tournaments: Blessings Collegiate Invitational presented by Tyson Foods (Monday-Wednesday, Oct. 5-7), and the East Lake Cup presented by ZipRecruiter and Uber (Monday-Wednesday, Oct. 26-28), both of which will be televised live on GOLF Channel. The show also will welcome head coaches from respective men’s and women’s programs preparing for the fall season, including:

  • Shauna Taylor (Arkansas women’s golf)

  • Kim Lewellen (Wake Forest women’s golf)

  • Matt Thurmond (Arizona State men’s golf)

  • Greg Sands (Texas Tech men’s golf)

BLESSINGS COLLEGIATE INVITATIONAL (MONDAY-WEDNESDAY, OCT. 5-7): Announced earlier this month as a multi-year partnership with Blessings Golf Club and Tyson Foods, the new men’s and women’s college golf championship will be contested in Fayetteville, Ark. The competition will mark the first televised event of the 2020’-’21 college golf season and feature a 54-hole stroke play format for individual and team honors. GOLF Channel will deliver live tournament coverage all three days, complemented by news and digital coverage:

Monday, Oct. 5           4:30-7:30 p.m. ET (Live)

Tuesday, Oct. 6           4:30-7:30 p.m. ET (Live)

Wednesday, Oct. 7      4:30-7:30 p.m. ET (Live)

The Blessings Collegiate Invitational is expected to feature some of college golf’s top-ranked individuals, including Ingrid Lindblad (LSU – No. 3 in World Amateur Golf Ranking) and Pauline Roussin-Bouchard (South Carolina – No. 4) in the women’s field, along with