Association joins 'Inside Golf' television show - The Golf Association of Philadelphia

Mar 31, 2017

Association joins ‘Inside Golf’ television show

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  The Golf Association of Philadelphia has partnered with “Inside Golf,” the longtime running weekly magazine-style television show seen on Comcast SportsNet and The Comcast Network. The Association committed to 24 segments in 2017. Each segment/episode will highlight the services of the Golf Association of Philadelphia.

“We are excited to work together with ‘Inside Golf’ and the highly-respected Ken Selinger (producer) and Harry Donahue (talent) on promoting the message of GAP,” said Martin D. Emeno, Jr., the Golf Association of Philadelphia’s Director of Operations and Communications. “We believe this television presence will help considerably in informing all golfers of the Delaware Valley about what the Golf Association of Philadelphia is and has to offer.”

Emeno will host the Golf Association of Philadelphia segments.

In addition to the aforementioned featured pieces, the Association will regularly be part of the “Tee’d Off” panel (above), a popular segment touching on the hot-button issues in golf.

“We’re really pleased to again have GAP as part of our show,” said Selinger. “Now in our 20th season, GAP will certainly help us promote the game of golf in our programming.”

About Inside Golf
“Inside Golf” is a weekly magazine-style show hosted by longtime KYW News Radio anchor Harry Donahue. The program spotlights various public and private golf clubs by exploring the uniqueness of each facility and providing professional tips and instruction. Inside Golf’s Director of Instruction Lou Guzzi provides tips to help viewers learn more about great golf fundamentals. Lou is a GOLF Magazine Top 100 Teacher in America and a two-time Philadelphia Section PGA Teacher of the Year. Local sports writers, radio and TV personalities join Donahue to discuss the hottest weekly golf topics in a segment called “Tee’d Off;” golf guru Tom Carpus helps golfers understand the proper play practices in his informative “Rules of the Game” segment.

About the Golf Association of Philadelphia
Founded in 1897, the Golf Association of Philadelphia (GAP) is the oldest regional golf association in the United States and serves as the principal ruling body of amateur golf in its region. Its 153 Full Member Clubs and 57,000 individual members are spread across parts of Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware. As Philadelphia’s Most Trusted Source of Golf Information, the Golf Association of Philadelphia’s mission is to promote, preserve and protect the game of golf.

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