Friday, August 22, 2014

GolfTalk Live Heads to Myrtle Beach and World Amateur Handicap Championship

(PHILADELPHIA, Pa.) - The award-winning GolfTalk Live radio show is headed to Myrtle Beach once again - with an eye on the Myrtle Beach World Amateur Handicap Championship.

For the seventh consecutive year, GolfTalk Live host Tony Leodora will be joining almost 4,000 of his closest friends and competing in the world's largest golf tournament. He will bring all of the action - from start to finish - on the air waves and on the show's website,

Coverage begins with a special World Am Preview Show from the International Club on Saturday, August 23. The International Club, in Murrells Inlet, is one of the 60 golf courses hosting the World Amateur Handicap Championship. It is also the 100th golf course Leodora played along Myrtle Beach's Grand Strand - a feat he accomplished in June. He will talk about playing all of the courses in the Myrtle Beach area, as well as what lies ahead in the week of competition.

Also, beginning Monday, Leodora will begin running a series of daily stories on the World Amateur Handicap Championship. They will run through to the championship final on Friday, August 29. Through the years, his first-person stories from the tournament have been very humorous and entertaining. To read the daily stories, just go to and hit the Blog button.

On Saturday, August 30 the GolfTalk Live show will feature a recap of the week's action - including interviews with some of the participants and celebrity guests. Of course, there will be an interview with the ultimate champion.

GolfTalk Live is the award-winning golf radio show that debuted on March 4, 2006 on WNTP, Philadelphia's Newstalk 990-AM.  From its inception, GolfTalk Live host Tony Leodora has provided area golfers with all the latest golf destination information, instruction, local golf stories and news from around the PGA, including interviews with people from all facets of the golf world.

In addition to WNTP, the show's flagship station, Golftalk Live is syndicated on other stations, including WOND 1400-AM in South Jersey. Also, a podcast of the show is carried on The Golf Director network, which attracts 5 million visitors to

Also, the GolfTalk Live radio show can be heard at any time on its official website,

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