SiriusXM PGA TOUR Radio Adds Legendary Golf Instructor David Leadbetter
Owner of the world famous Leadbetter Golf Academies will host a weekly series on the channel in 2014
Program will showcase Leadbetter's instruction, holistic approach to improvement and stories from 30 years of working with a number of the best players in the world
The new show, which will air weekly starting in 2014, will showcase Leadbetter sharing tips on how to improve every aspect of your game and guest appearances from David's students and friends. Listeners can call in to the show to ask questions about their game, or discuss current events from the world of golf. An announcement with more details, including launch date and airtimes, will be made in the coming weeks.
"Helping people play better golf, live a healthier life and have fun along the way has always been my passion," said Leadbetter. "I am excited to share my experiences with the SiriusXM listeners."
"David is one of the pioneers of golf instruction," said
Leadbetter is known throughout the world for his innovative and creative teaching techniques and has been called the "man who invented the golf instruction industry." The first
In addition to Leadbetter, SiriusXM recently announced it has added 2013 FedExCup champion
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