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Veteran radio correspondent, Tony Adamson gained his first experience in broadcasting during his time with the Forces Broadcasting Service during the 1960s. In 1970 he joined BBC local radio at Oxford, working as a sports reporter. He joined the BBC Radio Sport and Outside Broadcasts Unit in London in 1977, and soon became one of the most familiar voices on the air. He was particularly renowned for his Wimbledon commentaries! In 1989 he was appointed Golf Correspondent for BBC Radio, a job that took him all over the world.
Former professional golfer, Peter Alliss is one of the longest standing sports commentators on television. Known as the 'Voice of Golf', and considered by many to be the greatest golf commentator ever, he also had a highly successful competitive career before he went into broadcasting.
Former professional golfer and European Tour player, David Edwards is widely regarded as the best trick shot golfer in the business. Massively popular around the globe, he has performed in many different countries, as well as at high profile events such as the Ryder Cup and The DPWTC in Dubai.
Jeremy Dale's path to success can, without doubt, be described as one of the most unusual in the professional golfing world. Discovering by accident that he had the ability to play golf with both hands, his extraordinary story chronicles how natural talent, hard work and self belief led him to becoming one of the best trick shot artists in the business.