Tour of 75 top-rated golf clubs and resorts.
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Growing up is Charleston, it looked like Tommy Woodrum was destined for a career at the family furniture store, WOODRUMS' then located on Virginia Street. But things took a different course for him. By the age of fourteen he was writing for the Charleston Gazette and soon after, entered broadcasting with WTIP where he announced high school basketball and football games for STONEWALL JACKSON and CHARLESTON HIGH.
After graduating high school and a tour in the Navy, Woodrum returned to his hometown to continue his broadcasting career. Covering local sports events from baseball to basketball to football, he called the games for a number of sports legends from West Virginia before their names were even known. From both radio and TV appearances, Woodrum was something of a personality to sports fans in Charleston. He later went on to serve as general manager for the first edition of the Charleston Rockets professional football team. Before leaving to begin a career in advertising, he had broadcast more than 2,000 sporting events, written golf columns for local newspapers, and freelanced for five radio stations.
Woodrum now is a franchise owner of Shoney's restaurants throughout the south. He also raises and races thoroughbred horses and is the creator of WAGS-32 a cable access television channel. His sports interests continue, but focus a lot more on golf these days. Living in Myrtle Beach, SC, he plays some of the best courses in the Southeast along the famed Grand Strand stretch which is the subject of his latest book. It is also the topic of his syndicated television show "Grand Strand Golf with Tommy Woodrum."
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Book Description Pelican Pub Co Inc, 1993. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0882899244
Book Description Pelican Pub Co Inc, 1993. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 1. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0882899244