Legendary Golf Coach Hank Haney Joins SiriusXM PGA TOUR Radio
Renowned golf instructor and #1 bestselling author to debut "Hank Haney Golf Radio," airing weekend mornings starting Jan. 3
Haney will host Hank Haney Golf Radio, an instructional-based show airing Saturday and Sunday mornings at
The program will showcase Haney's particular teaching philosophy, which is to help his students become their own best teacher by better understanding the flight of the ball and how it relates to their individual swing, thereby helping golfers at every level of the game improve their play and enjoy the sport more. Listeners of all ages and skill levels are encouraged to call in to the show and speak directly with Haney for tutoring and advice.
Haney will also share his analysis of today's players and discuss the game's current events and headline stories.
"I'm looking forward to helping as many of SiriusXM's more than 25 million subscribers as I can enjoy the great game of golf," said Haney. "This show will be truly interactive and I'm eager to speak with golfers across the country."
"Hank has been teaching golf for nearly four decades and his expertise and tutelage has helped players from the highest level of the sport to recreational players looking to improve their weekend scores," said
Haney is president of
Haney has been recognized as one of the country's top teaching professionals by
In addition to Haney, SiriusXM recently announced it has added 2013 FedExCup Champion
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