Tom Horan And Jan Stephenson Announce New TV Show, Golfalicious™
Asheville, NC - Tom Horan and Jan Stephenson announce the new TV show, Golfalicious™ which has just finished shooting the series' pilot. Tom and Jan will together host the weekly golf lifestyle show that will have segments about anything and everything that people equate to a golf lifestyle. The show will be shot at various locations throughout the US and Australia with the addition of celebrity guest hosts from time to time.
"People want to know about where golfers eat, drink and play in their personal time," said Tom. "I think people are hungry for something that is exciting about golf and golfers other than watching them play the game. And, anything having to do with health and fitness interests viewers today. I've been talking about the lifestyle of golfers on my show, Speaking of Golf, for years. The public is ready for a show of this nature."
Australian native and LPGA legend, Jan Stephenson brings an international flair to the show and is looking forward to what her Aussie buddies have to say. "It's not just about golf. There are too many boring shows watching golf tournaments," said Jan. "Finally, a lifestyle show with golf. It has it all. Great food, wine, resorts, celebrities and golf. What more could you ask for? I'm sharing a dream! Eat, drink and golf it off. What a way to live!"
The show will be produced by Florida Film & Tape, Orlando, with Bradford Fuller as Director and with Tom and Sonja Horan as Co-Executive Producers. FF&T enjoys a national reputation as an action-oriented television production company with several network shows both on the reel and in development.
About Tom Horan
Tom is the current host of the award-winning golf lifestyle show, Speaking of Golf. Veteran host, producer and creator Tom Horan has hosted television shows, such as "Let's Talk Golf" and radio shows, such as "Speaking of Golf™ with Tom Horan," in Orlando, Florida and "Golf Your Way" for the Phil Ritson Golf Institute at Orange County National (home of the PGA Tour Qualifying School) in Orlando, Florida. In addition to his media experience Tom has also served as the Director of Marketing for the East Central Chapter of the North Florida Section of the PGA, President of the Tour Caddies Association Worldwide and the Men's Golf Commissioner for the Orlando Area Sports Commission. Tom is a member of the CGRA (Carolinas Golf Reporters Association) and course rater for Golfweek .
About Jan Stephenson
Jan won 16 US LPGA titles and 10 international titles during her career. She became the first female golfer to win on five continents. Currently, Jan is the number one money winner on the Legend's tour. In 1983 Jan was inducted into the Australian Sports Hall of Fame. To her credit she was voted one of the 100 heroes in golf by Golf magazine, one of LPGA's top 50 teachers in 2005, one of the 200 "Most Powerful Women in the World" in Forbes in 2005, Golf Inc's Newsmaker of the Year for her designs in 2006, Entrepreneur of the Year in Overtime magazine in 2007, inducted into the Australian Golf Hall of Fame in 2000, awarded the Australian Sports Medal in 2000 and in 2005 the Prime Minister of Australia awarded her the Centenary Medal. Additionally, Jan owns a golf course design and management company that includes new "green" technologies. She also works as a golf teaching professional with such iconic rock stars and entertainers as Michael Bolton, Eddie Money, Bobby Kimball (Survivor), Joe Lynn Turner (Deep Purple) and Jane Seymour. She travels the world as a public speaker and heads her charity, Crossroads Foundation.
This past year, 2011, Jan also competed on Australia's Dancing with the Stars television show.
Anyone interested in more information about Golfalicious™ should contact Tom or Sonja Horan at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call (828) 243-7745 or Bradford Fuller at email@example.com
, phone 310-491-1420.