Kim Lewellen to Compete in The Big Break VII: Reunion
Feb. 1, 2007
ORLANDO, Fla. - Kim Lewellen, from Greenville, N.C., will compete in The Big Break VII: Reunion, scheduled to premiere on Feb. 25 on the GOLF CHANNEL.
In The Big Break VII, the East Carolina University women's golf coach will compete against 15 of the most memorable characters from the previous six seasons of the GOLF CHANNEL's popular Big Break series. The field of eight males and eight females promises new excitement as old adversaries, fan favorites, and a few surprise guests bring their "A-game."
Flashbacks to unforgettable moments will set the stage in The Big Break VII as old wounds will be reopened and new rivalries created with twists and turns that have become a Big Break tradition.
The competitors are: Mark Farnham, The Big Break I, Chicago, Ill.; Don Donatello, The Big Break II, Sanford, Fla.; Mike Foster, The Big Break II, Savannah, Ga.; David Gunas, The Big Break II, Hebron, Conn.; Pamela Garrity, The Big Break III: Ladies Only, Jupiter, Fla.; Cindy Miller, The Big Break III: Ladies Only, Silver Creek, N.Y.; Valeria Ochoa, The Big Break III: Ladies Only, Miramar, Fla.; Tommy Gainey, The Big Break IV: USA vs. Europe, Bishopville, S.C.; Eddie Gardino, The Big Break IV: USA vs. Europe, Crans-Montana, Switzerland; Nikki DiSanto, The Big Break V: Hawaii, Los Angeles, Calif.; Kim Lewellen, The Big Break V: Hawaii, Greenville, N.C.; Ashley Gomes, The Big Break VI: Trump National, Pleasanton, Calif.; Laura London, The Big Break VI: Trump National, Scottsdale, Ariz.; Kelly Murray, The Big Break VI: Trump National, Reston, Va.; Gary Ostrega, The Big Break VI: Trump National, Westfield, N.J.; Bri Vega, The Big Break VI: Trump National, North Andover, Mass.
Pitting highly skilled golfers against each other, The Big Break concept presents challenges that test physical skills and mental toughness. During The Big Break VII, competitors will be eliminated from the series with the last one standing awarded his/her "Big Break," a career-changing opportunity to compete in an event on the PGA TOUR's Champions Tour, Nationwide Tour or the LPGA Tour.
Like the spectacular locations for previous Big Breaks, the seventh edition of the popular GOLF CHANNEL series continues the tradition of visiting top venues as the series will be hosted by the Ginn Reunion Resort in Reunion, Fla. Situated near the heart of Central Florida's theme park corridor, Reunion offers not only a high-quality golf community built on luxury and class, but also 54 holes of truly challenging, unforgettable golf.
For more information, contact Mark Mitchell GOLF CHANNEL's Public Relations department, 407-355-4063.