Welcome to the home page for the AUGUSTA GOLF SHOW. My name is John Patrick and I own the show, which currently airs in ten markets. You can hear the Augusta Golf Show Saturday mornings at 7 am on “The TEAM560″ in Columbia, South Carolina, and also at 7am Saturday mornings on NEWSRADIO WTKS in Savannah, Georgia and at 7am Saturday mornings on WGIG 1440AM in Brunswick/Sea Island, Ga. The show also airs at 7am on WODT, Fox Sports Radio in New Orleans and a 7am on WLRO, Fox Sports radio in Baton Rouge. The show airs at 8am Saturday mornings on FOX SPORTS1340AM here in Augusta, and at 8 am on WVFT 93.3FM in Tallahassee. The show airs on Sunday at 8am on ESPN RADIO 94.1 in Norfolk, Virginia and at 9am on our newest affiliate, WFXJ, the FOX SPORTS affiliate in Jacksonville, Florida, and finally and at 10am on WSCC 94.3 in Charleston, South Carolina. I couldn’t be happier these stations and I look forward to long and prosperous relationships with each of the new affiliates. The show was named “Best Radio Golf Show In America” in 2012 AND NOW, in 2014 by ING, The International Network Of Golf. If you know of someone in another market that would like to air the program, I would love to hear from you. You can send me an e-mail at email@example.com, I would love to hear from you. Also very pleased to announce that The Augusta Golf Show with John Patrick is available in both long and short form on the “iHeartRadio “Talk” platform. Just search “The Augusta Golf Show”
I’m pleased and humbled to announce that The Augusta Golf Show with John Patrick was once again named “Best Golf Show in America” by The International Network of Golf. The award was announced at the PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando. It’s the second time in three years the show has won the award.
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New Ryder Cup Rules: The AGS Blog- the credit for these changes should go to former PGA of America President Ted Bishop and to 2014 Ryder Cup Captain Tom Watson. Bishop's lack of communication when it came to making the choice of Watson, and Tom's lack of communication during the event lead to the eventual American defeat and these changes.