Golf Channel will air reality TV show following 10 competing golfers.

Golf Channel will air reality TV show following 10 competing golfers.
The Golf Channel will debut its first reality TV show on Oct. 7, tvtattle noticed. The Big Break will follow 10 golfers who lived together and competed in various competitions, with one player eliminated each week, “with the ultimate survivor earning four exemptions to play on the Canadian Tour,” according to The Ventura County Star. The show was taped last month and will be co-hosted by a yoga teacher and a golf course owner.

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