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Golf Channel's flagship news program, the nightly "Golf Central" presents highlights from the major golf tours and world events, plus reports and features from tournament sites.

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aired 446 days ago
Find out the schools that will be competing for the NCAA Division I Women's Golf Championships and the regions in which they begin their journey to the National Championships in Fayetteville, Ark. Featuring team profiles and exclusive interviews.
aired 803 days ago
In-depth analysis, breaking news, and highlights from the golf world.
aired 1,124 days ago
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