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SBD/March 5, 2014/Media
Golf Channel Unveils Plans For "Arnie," A Special Three-Night Series On Arnold Palmer
Published March 5, 2014
THE MISSING LINK: Golf Channel’s "Morning Drive" will broadcast live from a PGA Tour event for the first time this year when the net teams up with technology provider CDW to showcase its CDW Technoliner vehicle on the grounds of Trump National Doral in Miami. Tomorrow through Sunday, "Morning Drive" co-hosts Holly Sonders, Charlie Rymer and Matt Ginella will be reporting from the WGC-Cadillac Championship and will use the Technoliner and its retractable 14-foot video wall as a backdrop for remote reports. CDW has teamed with the Tour since '08 to sponsor ShotLink Intelligence, a technology system that collects and analyzes statistical data in multiple areas during play (Golf Channel).