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Radio Personality Perry Noun To Appear At United Way Golf Classic

FULTON, NY – Melanie Trexler, executive director of the United Way of Greater Oswego County, has announced that popular radio personality Perry Noun will be a special guest at this year’s annual United Way Golf Classic.

Noun, host of the popular “Tee Time with the Pro-Noun” radio show will be golfing in the event and serving as master of ceremonies at the awards banquet immediately following the tournament.

Radio personality Perry Noun of ESPN Radio meets with Resource Development Director, Lois Luber (right) and Executive Director, Melanie Trexler of the United Way of Greater Oswego County to discuss details of the Golf Classic.
Radio personality Perry Noun of ESPN Radio meets with Resource Development Director, Lois Luber (right) and Executive Director, Melanie Trexler of the United Way of Greater Oswego County to discuss details of the Golf Classic.

Now in its 10th year, “Tee Time with the Pro-Noun” is aired Saturday mornings on ESPN Radio, 97.7 FM and 100.1 FM and on 1200 AM and1440 AM. The show offers listeners an entertaining and informative golf show that focuses on golf issues, golf personalities, golf fitness, and the rapid changes in golf technology.

The fast- paced show features knowledgeable guests, interviews with PGA and LPGA professionals and information on both national and regional golf tournaments.

A former executive director of the Northeastern NY PGA and an avid competitive amateur golfer, Noun has won more than 60 amateur golf tournaments (individual and team) including the Post-Standard Senior Amateur and the 2005 NYS Super Senior Amateur Champion.

“We are pleased to have Mr. Noun join us for our golf classic, said Trexler. “His entertaining personality and knowledge of the game of golf will be a welcome addition to our awards banquet.”

Scheduled for July 15, the classic, one of the most anticipated and largest golf tournaments in Oswego County, will be held at the Greenview Country Club in West Monroe.

Registration includes a continental breakfast, a classic golf shirt, golf cart, 18 holes of golf, lunch, beverages on the course and a steak dinner buffet following the tournament.

There will also be plenty of giveaways and prizes, with each golfer being eligible for longest drive and closest to the pin prizes.

Interested golfers will also have the opportunity to sign up for the skins contest.

Entry fees are $125 per person or $500 per team.

For more information on becoming a tee or green sponsor or to register for the 2011 United Way Golf Classic, contact Lois Luber at 593-1900, or [email protected]