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Paul Gow and Bree Laughlin to present new series YOUR GOLF SHOW

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FOX SPORTS will tee off a brand new weekly series Your Golf Show, premiering for the first time tonight on FOX SPORTS 503 and available to stream on Kayo.

This new-look show, hosted by PGA professional Paul Gow alongside media personality and golf enthusiast Bree Laughlin, allows viewers and golf enthusiasts of all levels at home the ultimate experience to learn all of the insights around the  ‘where’ and ‘what’ and ‘how’ when it comes to the challenging game of golf.

The ‘where’ to play looks at various locations around Australia to play from private and public access golf courses extending to a whole getaway destination experience.

The ‘what’ examines the club, tools and equipment needed to get the best out of their game. The ‘how’ is showcased with tips provided from a number of PGA professionals including the likes of Paul Gow, Nick O’Hern, Matt Jager, Ben Doney and more.

Australian PGA professional, Paul Gow, said:

“We are excited to be on air with Fox Sports and Kayo every week sharing our favourite courses, some tips to improve your game and of course giving you all the latest gear reviews. In amongst all this, we are going to have a lot of fun”.

The series will be available to watch on FOXTEL on Fox Sports 503, and to stream on Kayo.

Your Golf Show premieres Tuesday, June 15 at 8.30pm AEST on FOX SPORTS 503 & Kayo

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  1. Hi, not sure if this will get back to Foxtel! But,… Your Golf Show looked good! Cathedral Course looked awesome. Googled it and OH, us mere mortals cant play it!! Why would you feature a course in your first episode that the public that you aim your show at can’t play? There are plenty of awesome Public Access course you could have featured initially! Barnbougle??? And a couple of other segments just looked like an Ad for sponsors products.. Hope the show becomes more relatable in future episodes! Presenters were good though!

  2. I like the show, however, instead of having a pro test the clubs why not bringing three golfers, one of 6, one of 15 and one of 23 and get their comments.

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