Hit hard by the Lehman shock, a well-meaning young man joins a phone scam operation and gets increasingly embroiled in the underworld.
The Big Break is the Golf Channel's reality television program. The show's premise is to award an aspiring professional golfer exemptions into selected events on certain tours. The series debuted on October 6, 2003.
Currently, the show airs at 9 p.m. Eastern time/6 p.m. Pacific time every Monday or Tuesday. Tom Abbott replaced Vince Cellini as the male host at Big Break Sandals Resorts in the spring of 2010. Stephanie Sparks stayed on as host.
Each episode is an hour long, though each season finale is two hours long. The show's chief signature is a giant rock that bears its logo. Until the 11th edition, there was a side rock with the Roman numeral identifying the edition. Now, each show is referred to only by its location.
Murray brothers Bill, Brian, Joel, and John visit various golf courses.
Golfer Jesper Parnevik and his family welcome celebrity guests to stay at their mansion in Florida for a few days.
Michael Bannon, professional golf instructor and longtime coach to Rory McIlroy, has created this nine-hole series that will give up-and-coming junior golfers everything they need to know about playing the game well. From striking mechanics to swing speed, club selection and more, Bannon offers juniors an easy-going yet informative set of lessons that will help them have more fun each time they play. Plus, champion golfer Rory McIlroy makes a special appearance to offer tips and advice to aspiring golfers.