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Want to take a golf vacation to exotic places like Thailand, Wales, Mexico, Costa Rica, Aruba, San Antonio, Ireland, Dominican Republic, Scotland and South Africa? Golfin’ Around TV takes you there!
Internationally, Golfin’ Around TV is broadcast twice per week on My Channel, an independent British television channel. My Channel is currently features a new and fresh schedule which is available daily on Sky 203.
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Golfin’ Around Scotland wins a Telly
The producers of the Golfin’ Around TV Show are proud to announce that the show has been awarded The 29th Annual Telly Award for Outstanding Achievement for Broadcast Excellence in the sports category.The Telly Award is the premier award honoring outstanding achievement for television commercials and programs and whose winners “set a standard of excellence”. It is a tremendous honor to be selected for recognition. The Telly Award is an international competition and receives over 14,000 entries annually from around the world.
The Golfin’ Around TV Show is a unique blend of regional, national and international golf and combines the great game of golf with humor and music to create a golf show like no other.
The Golfin’ Around Scotland episode was selected as winner of The 29th Annual Telly Award in the sports category. The episode featured “The International Pairs Tournament”, a tour of St. Andrews and adventures with the shows host, Randy Tantlinger, throughout Scotland.
The show is produced by Randy Tantlinger and Tom Graham of Frames & Pixels, based in Pittsburgh, PA.
The King & I
A picture tells a thousand words. I sat down with Arnold Palmer last year before the U.S. Open and I showed him some photos from the incredible journey that has been his life.RT: “Hello Mr. Trevino”
AP: “Hello George” (he says with a hardy laugh)RT: “It’s 1962 at Oakmont, a kid named ‘Fat Jack’ has come to town. We are in Arnie’s back yard and ‘Arnie’s Army’ is gathered. It’s your tournament to win.” (I show him the picture of he and Jack on the final hole)
AP: “The last hole is what it’s all about. We had tied and then I lost the playoff. I’m unhappy that I did not win the Open at Oakmont, but I’m happy I was there. I think Oakmont is one of the great tests in golf.