Henrik Stenson and Ian Poulter Join SiriusXM PGA TOUR Radio
Each player will host his own weekly series on the channel airing in 2014
Stenson's show comes on the heels of historic season, becoming first player to win both FedExCup and Race to Dubai titles in same year
Both players will give listeners an insider's perspective as they prepare for tournaments, and will discuss equipment, courses around the world, their competitors in the field and the headline news happening in the world of golf. An announcement with more details, including both shows' launch dates and airtimes, will be made in the coming weeks.
"This has been an incredibly thrilling year for me, truly a dream season," said Stenson. "I'm looking forward to being on SiriusXM and sharing my thoughts on golf and my unique experiences around the world. It will be fun to bring my listeners along for the ride and give them an unvarnished look at life on and off the course."
"Those who know me know I've never been shy about sharing my opinions," said Poulter. "Now to have my own national radio show on SiriusXM will be great fun. We'll cover all sort of topics from golf to fashion to Ferraris, and we'll dive into my other interests off the course too, like Formula One and my favorite football club, Arsenal."
"Henrik and Ian are two of the brightest stars in professional golf," said
Stenson enjoyed a remarkable 2013 season which saw him become the first golfer to claim both the FedExCup and the European Tour's Race to
Poulter is a two-time World Golf Championships tournament winner and is one of the best
Launched in 2005, SiriusXM
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