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Golf Talk America

Golf Talk America has been part of The PGA Tour family for over 7 years and in 2020 is partnering with Morning Read on al-new episodes. We are also launching our very own platform, The Golf Talk America Network. We cover all tours, plus music, sports, entertainment and travel -- plus movers and shakers from around the world.

About the hosts:

Frank Bassett is the Co-Host’s the PGA TOUR’s broadcast of Golf Talk America. A graduate of The University of Mississippi, Frank been instrumental in developing new and innovative products with many companies that produced new revenue streams, successfully implemented product launches, and increased profits for shareholders. Frank has served as an executive and / or worked with Eastman Kodak, Fuji Photo Film, NEC America, Dataplex Corporation, 3M Company and IBM over his extensive career. His vast experience in relationship management and driving revenue will prove invaluable as he leads Golf Talk America ™ Corporation

Timm Matthews co-hosts the national golf talk show “Golf Talk America” on PGA Tour Radio, which is also heard on iTunes, Stitcher, Tune In and iHeart Radio. He has been a sports anchor-reporter in Dallas/Ft. Worth for 35 years. He is an on-site announcer for PGA Tour Radio and Sirius/XM for PGA Tour events around the country, and he has been the host of “The GAME with Timm Matthews,” which has aired on CBS Radio in Dallas since 2007.

Laura Bryna is a radio talk show host on “Golf Talk America,” and also a children’s book author and an outspoken advocate for our military. Her new music, produced with Grammy-winner Damon Sharpe (Ariana Grande, Jennifer Lopez, Pitbull, Big Time Rush), represents a major stylistic shift for the country star.

Brendan Sweeney is a guest host on “Golf Talk America.” He has been around Golf since the age of 11 where he started as a caddie at Medinah Country Club, outside of Chicago. He had the pleasure of caddying through high school and college. The pinnacle of that experience was caddying in the 1983 Western Open. Medinah also led to the opportunity to work at the 1988 Senior U.S. Open and the 1990 U.S. Open. He has a strong knowledge of the game of golf and is widely known in the inner circles of golf. He is very involved with local and national charities and currently sits on two golf committees.