MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. — Season 2 of The Charlie Rymer Golf Show, which is set in Myrtle Beach, S.C., ”The Golf Capital of the World,” will debut Sunday, June 5 on ESPN2 from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m.

The 14-episode season will feature celebrity guests, including television and film actor Ray Romano on the debut show. ESPN2 is available in 75 million households, bringing the good times of The Charlie Rymer Golf Show to players across the nation.

Former NFL All-Pro Sterling Sharpe and award-winning country music star Jamey Johnson will also be among the season’s featured guests. In addition to celebrity appearances, The Charlie Rymer Golf Show will showcase Myrtle Beach’s array of golf courses, game improvement tips, and the area’s abundant attractions, among other features.

The show will run through mid-October with new episodes airing on Sunday mornings between 7 a.m. – 9 a.m., depending on ESPN2’s scheduling commitments.

The show is built around Rymer, a former PGA TOUR player and longtime media personality, as he interacts with celebrities and locals, both on and off the course, with his typical charm and charisma.

Among the golf courses featured in Season 2 will be the Love and Fazio courses at Barefoot Resort & Golf, Caledonia Golf & Fish Club, King’s North at Myrtle Beach National, True Blue Golf Club, Glen Dornoch Waterway Golf Links, Prestwick Country Club, and Rivers Edge Golf Club.

The Charlie Rymer Golf Show is produced by WorkShop Content Studios, an award-winning production company that produces compelling documentaries and unscripted original content. WorkShop bring stories that matter to life and is a turnkey production partner for the biggest names in the industry.

The acclaimed Basketball or Nothing (Netflix Original) 6-part documentary series was Emmy nominated and won Realscreen’s Best Sports Documentary Program.

ESPN2 is home to more than 5,500 live and/or original hours of sports programming annually, featuring an extensive lineup of College Football, College Basketball, tennis, and original programming.

For more information including Rymer’s thoughts on Season 2, visit www.PlayGolfMyrtleBeach.com.

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