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Sara Brown Joins Golf Channel's 'School of Golf'

We know Sara Brown very well from her multiple Big Break appearances, including her participation in the recently concluded Big Break Invitational tournament. She's also played well on the Symetra Tour (including a victory) and Ladies European Tour, and held provisional status on the LPGA Tour.

But now Sara is trying something new: She's the new cohost on the Golf Channel instructional series School of Golf. The gig lasts through the end of 2014; presumably Brown will head back out on tour in 2015. But regardless of her future golf plans, this is a huge opportunity for the personable Sara to forge a path to a post-competition career.

School of Golf is the weekly instructional series with Martin Hall. It airs on Wednesdays at 7 p.m. Eastern time. According to Golf Channel, the topics that will be covered in shows cohosted by Brown are:

  • Oct. 8 – Long Drive Special
  • Oct. 15 – From Tee to Green
  • Oct. 22 – Hitting the Range
  • Oct. 29 – Scary Shots
  • Nov. 5 – Stick it Close
  • Nov. 12 – Great Escapes
  • Nov. 19 – Indoor Practice
  • Nov. 26 – Right or Rubbish
  • Dec. 3 – Year End Special

That's not the only thing Sara will be doing on Golf Channel coming up. She's also the host of the Freddie Jacobson episode of Playing Lessons, which airs on Tuesday, Oct. 7.

I expect her to do a great job. Be sure to tune in. Even if you don't care about the rest of the show, you'll enjoy watching Sara.

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