The Golf Channel's BIG BREAK GREENBRIER Down to Final Three
Golf Channel's programming schedule next week features Big Break Greenbrier's penultimate show, including the final three contestants - James Lepp (Abbotsford, British Columbia), Isaac Sanchez (Sacramento, Calif.) and Mark Silvers (Savannah, Ga.) -- compete for the opportunity to advance to the season finale (Dec. 18) on Tuesday's new episode at 9 p.m. ET. The three competitors also are joined by Chan Song (Cartersville, Ga.) on Tuesday's episode, who is returning to the series after defeating Rick Cochran in the finale of Last Break, Golf Channel's online series. As a result of winning the online series, Song claimed $5,000 and competes against the three remaining competitors for the opportunity to win an additional $5,000 in the episode's opening challenge.
Big Break Greenbrier (Episode 10)
Airtime: Tuesday, 9-10 p.m.
Hosts: Tom Abbott, Stephanie Sparks
Still Alive on the Series:
James Lepp (Abbotsford, British Columbia)
Isaac Sanchez (Sacramento, Calif.)
Mark Silvers (Savannah, Ga.)
Derek Bohlen (Fountain Hills, Ariz. / Waterloo, Iowa)
Liam Friedman (Lackawanna, N.Y.)
Stuart Gold (West Haven, Utah)
Michael Tobiason (Wilmington, Del.)
Ray Beaufils (Scottsdale, Ariz. / Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia)
Chan Song (Cartersville, Ga. / Chiang Mai, Thailand)
Anthony Casalino (Yonkers, N.Y.)
Brian Cooper (Phoenix, Ariz.)
Rick Cochran (Paducah, Ky.)
On a new episode of Big Break Greenbrier, eliminated competitor Chan Song returns to the series after winning Last Break – Golf Channel's online series – to compete in a special challenge against the three remaining competitors for an additional $5,000. Further in the episode, a surprise twist could mean that more than just immunity is on the line in the elimination challenge.
Big Break Greenbrier features a cast of 12 accomplished golfers – several have multiple victories on various mini tours all over the world, while others are resuming their golf careers after stepping away from competitive golf. The champion of Big Break Greenbrier will have the opportunity to put his career on the fast track with an invitation to compete in the 2013 Greenbrier Classic and more than $80,000 in cash and prizes.