16-Episode First Season Will Welcome Some of Golf’s Biggest Names to Myrtle Beach
(MYRTLE BEACH, S.C.) — The Charlie Rymer Golf Show, which is set in Myrtle Beach, S.C., the Golf Capital of the World, will debut Monday, April 19 at 8:30 PM, ET as part of CBS Sports Network’s new Monday night block of golf programming.
The show features Rymer, a former PGA Tour player and long-time media personality, as he interacts with celebrities and locals, on and off the course, with his typical charm and charisma. The half-hour show will run for 16 episodes, with the first eight airing this spring and the second eight running in the fall.
The inaugural episode of the Charlie Rymer Golf Show will feature exclusive interviews with Dustin Johnson, the world’s No. 1 golfer, and LPGA Tour star Christina Kim, in addition to taking viewers to Caledonia Golf & Fish Club and Rivers Edge Golf Club, two of the Myrtle Beach’s area’s most acclaimed courses.
Over the course of the show’s spring season, Rymer will also interview 6-time major champion Nick Faldo, golf media personality Geoff Shackelford, aspiring young PGA Tour player Akshay Bhatia, John Daly and other prominent golf personalities.
The show will slot in as part of CBS Sports Network’s new Monday night golf programming throughout the spring. Course Record with Michael Breed with co-hosts Michael Breed and Greg DuCharme, which began its second season earlier this year, airs weekly at 7:00 PM, ET. Faldo Formula, featuring CBS Sports lead golf analyst Sir Nick Faldo, makes its season debut on Monday, April 19 immediately following at 8:00 PM, ET.
"I'm more excited about the Charlie Rymer Golf Show than anything I've done in my career," said Rymer. "The show will take golfers inside my hometown and allow me to conduct deep-dive interviews that will let fans see another side of people like Dustin Johnson, Nick Faldo and John Daly. We had a great time filming the first season and I think that really comes across in each episode. Hopefully the show will be both informative and entertaining for golfers across the nation."
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