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Annabel Rolley: Newest Golf Channel Instructor/Host

Annabel Rolley is a name and face Golf Channel viewers are about to become very familiar with. She's a golf instructor and television presenter, and she's the co-host of new show on Golf Channel.

The show is called Lesson Tee Live and, beginning Oct. 8, it will air on Wednesdays at 8 p.m. (ET). Lesson Tee Live is - as you can probably guess from its name - a live instruction show. Some of the biggest names in golf instruction will appear on the show (David Leadbetter, Jim McLean, Bill Harmon, Craig Harmon and Bob Baldassari are among those already lined up), and viewers will be able to interact through social media and technology platforms.

That's where Rolley comes in. As the co-host, Rolley is in charge of facilitating social media interaction between viewers and the instructors, working on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, FaceTime and Skype. But Rolley isn't just a pretty face, although she certainly is that. She has broadcasting chops honed in her native Australia, and is a PGA of Australia golf professional. She's also played in ALPG tournaments back home.

Rolley also has some impressive club stops as a teaching pro: Royal Sydney Golf Club, Trump National Golf Club in New York, Royal Melbourne Golf Club and The Ridgewood Country Club in New Jersey among them. She's very good at her work, in other words.

And beginning Oct. 8, you can benefit from her expertise, and that of her guests, on Lesson Tee Live.

(Photos: annabelrolley.com and instagram.com/annabelrolley)

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