The John Deere Classic will begin on thursday July 12 and will run until July 15. Streaming coverage is available and fans can watch the tournament online.
Online PR News – 12-July-2012 –British Open 2012 is just a week away, and will feature some of the biggest names in professional golf competing from July 19 to July 22. Many of the top golfers participating in next weeks highly anticipated tournament have made the decision not to compete in the John Deere Classic, which is set to get underway on Thursday, from the TPC at Deere Run in Silvis, Illinois.
John Deere Classic
Dates; July 12 to July 15
Venue: TPC at Deere Run
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Can Steve Stricker continue his dominance? The 45 year old from Wisconsin will be looking to win the John Deere Classic for the fourth consecutive year. With the event lacking golfers ranked in the top 10, Stricker has a excellent shot to win the tournament once again, and head in to the British Open riding high in confidence.
Some of the golfers that could potentially challenge the defending champion are Stewart Cink, who won the British Open in 2009, 17th ranked golfer in the world Zach Johnson, and John Daly. Enjoy Live John Deere Classic Golf Coverage over the internet.
The option to Watch john deere classic online Live is available with a computer, and internet connection. Get 24/7 coverage of the tournament, as well as other sporting events such as the olympics, baseball, football which kicks off in mid August with preseason games, rugby and next weeks British Open. View John Deere Classic live golf and catch all the action.
No additional hardware is required, with no bandwith limits. Sports channels are updated on a consistent basis so that fans can enjoy John Deere Classic live streaming and favorite sports teams.
Enthusiasts unable to view the event because of a busy schedule can record the tournament as a built in video recorder is provided for free. Test it out this weekend and enjoy the John Deere Classic live.
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