The Charlie Rymer Golf Show Episode 7 Preview: Hank Haney & Charlie “Out of His Element”

Hank Haney drops in for a visit, and “The Big Timer” takes his food service skills to a new level in the latest episode of The Charlie Rymer Golf Show, premiering tonight at 8:30 p.m. ET on CBS Sports Network.

Renowned swing guru Haney is “Ridin’ with Rymer” at Pawleys Plantation this episode to discuss, among many things, his evolution as a golf instructor ranging from his high-profile efforts with the professional likes of Tiger Woods to his work with amateurs including celebrities on his “Hank Haney Project” television show.

On Charlie’s podcast, Heritage Club Superintendent Jim Huntoon joins Charlie to share with listeners the extraordinary efforts that maintenance staffs make behind the scenes to prepare golf courses for play. In his “Charlie’s Golf Tips” segment, he returns to Glen Dornoch Waterway Golf Links to help us understand how knowledge of our carry yardages should be applied to golf course management.

And in his “Out of His Element” segment, Charlie gets a crash course from the food & beverage team at Barefoot Resort & Golf on how to be a top-flight server. As you’ll see, it’s not so easy when you’re first put to the test:



Throughout the series run, The Charlie Rymer Golf Show showcases Charlie, a former PGA TOUR player and longtime media personality, as he interacts with celebrities and locals, on and off the course, with his typical charm and charisma. The weekly half-hour show will run for 16 episodes, with the first eight airing this spring and the second eight running in the fall.

The show slots in as part of CBS Sports Network’s new Monday night golf programming throughout the spring. Course Record with Michael Breed with co-hosts Michael Breed and Greg DuCharme, which began its second season earlier this year, airs weekly at 7:00 PM ET. Faldo Formula, featuring CBS Sports lead golf analyst Sir Nick Faldo, airs weekly at 8:00 PM ET.

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