Monday, February 19, 2007

Golf for Beginners Podcast Gets Picked up by WorldGolf. com

Golf for Beginners Podcast Gets Picked up by WorldGolf. com

Golf For Beginners, a lively podcast by Barry and Stacy Solomon that has roared to popularity, has been picked up by WorldGolf. com, golf’s oldest international internet portal. Golf For Beginners will podcast weekly and be syndicated to many other golf sites and portals.

New York, NY (PRWEB) March 23, 2006

Just like blogging took the Internet by storm, podcasting has become the new force on the Internet. Podcasters, broadcasting from their homes, are now competing against the radio dial, many vying to make mainstream media.

Golf For Beginners, a lively podcast by Barry and Stacy Solomon that has roared to popularity, has been picked up by WorldGolf. com, golf’s oldest international internet portal. Golf For Beginners will podcast weekly and be syndicated to many other golf sites and portals.

The couple's podcast has been acclaimed as a great tool not just for beginners, but for all golfers. The Solomon's tackle issues during their podcast that really matter to today's golfers.

Having earned strong reputations for their knowledge and entertaining style at smaller Web sites, Westchester County, New York residents Barry and Stacy Solomon will now be presenting their "Golf for Beginners" podcast and blog at WorldGolf. com. WorldGolf. com is a part of the Golf Publisher Syndications network, reaching more than 2.5 million golfers a month.

Stacy Solomon said getting picked up WorldGolf. com was like the “The New York Yankees giving her a call.”

“Most of us just podcast for the thrill of speaking our minds and stating our opinions,” she said. “Our popularity just grew and grew and to be picked up and syndicated on WorldGolf. com is a huge rush.”

WorldGolf. com and GolfPublisher Syndications editor William K. Wolfrum says podcasting and blogging will be a huge part of the “new” WorldGolf. com arsenal.

“It is the goal of WorldGolf. com to be at the forefront of podcasting and eventually streaming video, thus marrying the written word with new media. Barry and Stacey have a dynamic show that we know our readers will enjoy.”

No longer playing in Triple A, Barry and Stacy Solomon are podcasting golf to the world for fun, love and profit.

About the Solomons:

Stacy Solomon, a native of the Bronx, N. Y., grew up watching Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus. She was fascinated but thought the sport was just for men. At the urging of her husband, Barry, she took up the game in May 2000 and began taking lessons. She was hooked. A longtime blogger specializing in the LPGA, Stacy is also now writing a golf blog for WorldGolf. com (worldgolf. com/blogs/stacy. solomon). Brooklyn native Barry Solomon is an independent automobile dealer and service-station owner. He took up golf at 25 but did not get serious about learning proper fundamentals until he convinced Stacy to take up the game. He now takes lessons regularly and his handicap fluctuates from a 10 to a 12.

About WorldGolf. com

WorldGolf. com reaches more than 2.5 million golfers a month through 40+ online golf publications. As the world’s largest network of online golf sites, WorldGolf. com publications have earned a prestigious reputation for thought-provoking golf reviews and journalism.

Content for WorldGolf. com is created and published by GolfPublisher Syndications, the world’s largest golf syndication and publishing network. Boasting a team of top golf writers and bloggers, the company offers Web sites and publications golf travel articles, course reviews, news from the pro tours, golf blogs, updated course directories and more. GolfPublisher Syndications publishes TravelGolf. com and more than 40 other regional and national golf publications including WorldGolf. com, MyrtlebeachGolf. com, LasVegasGolf. com, ScotlandGolf. com and USAGolfGuide. com. The Golf Publisher editorial team has quickly earned a reputation for thought-provoking golf reviews and journalism. For more information, call (646) 416-6515.

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