GolfPass takes fans behind the scenes with Regan to reveal his ‘Regular Guy’ golfer persona, demonstrating his love of the game and bond with recreational golfers
ORLANDO, Fla. (July 6, 2022) – Streaming now, comedian Brian Regan headlines the second episode of the new GolfPass show concept, On Tour/On Course, which goes behind the scenes with some of the biggest names in entertainment to showcase their love for golf.
“I’ve been chasing the game my entire life,” Regan said. “My goal is to break 100, but I need to revise my goal because I never break 100. So now, my goal is to have fun.”
GolfPass catches up with Regan in Charlotte, N.C., where he’s taking in a little golf between shows. A veteran of the comedy circuit, Regan is known for his observational, sarcastic and self-deprecating humor. His accolades include selling out nationwide tours, making appearances on the late-night talk shows – from Johnny Carson to Jimmy Fallon – releasing eight comedy albums and headlining three Netflix comedy specials.
Regan considers himself an “everyman”-type of golfer, prone to bad swings and losing a ball or two during a round. At his level of play, he’s bothered when his friends take the game too seriously, and he would rather compare his pursuit of golf like his career in comedy.
“I’m not trying to be better than the other guy, I’m just trying to be a funny as I can be,” he said.
Shot in various locations around the U.S., each On Tour/On Course special takes viewers on tour with comedians, musicians and more to let them see parts of these celebrities’ lives they never knew existed – especially their passion for golf – and showing how golf, life and art come together on the road.
GOLFPASS HELPS GOLFERS PLAY MORE AND BETTER GOLF: On Tour/On Course is included in a vast library of original video content available exclusively as part of a GolfPass membership, including The Conor Moore Show, My Daily Routine, My Roots, and more. GolfPass also features a vast instructional library featuring more than 4,500 video titles, including The Golf Fix, with host Devan Bonebrake; Lessons with a Champion Golfer; and Build a Better Game – all hosted by top instructors like Martin Hall, Chris Como and Michael Bannon, as well as golf fitness expert Don Saladino. Developed in partnership between global golf superstar Rory McIlroy and NBC Sports Next – the innovation and technology division of NBC Sports – GolfPass is designed for today’s golfer and is the only digital golf membership that delivers exclusive content and comprehensive tee-time benefits designed to help every type of golfer – from beginner to expert – play more and better golf. A GolfPass membership is available in North America at GolfPass.com, in the U.K. and Republic of Ireland at GolfPass.co.uk, and in Australia at www.GolfPass.com.au. The GolfPass membership also is available via connected TV, iOS and Android apps.
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NBC Sports Next is a subdivision of NBC Sports and home to all NBCUniversal digital applications in sports and technology within its three groups: Youth & Recreational Sports, Golf, and Betting & Gaming. NBC Sports Next, known for its sports technology product innovation, equips more than 30 million players, coaches, athletes, sports administrators and fans in 40 countries with more than 25 sports solution products, including SportsEngine, a youth sports club, league and team management platform; TeamUnify, swim team management services; GoMotion, sports and fitness business software solutions; GolfNow, the leading online tee time marketplace and provider of golf course operations technology and services; GolfPass the ultimate golf membership that connects golfers to exclusive content, tee time credits, coaching, tips and other benefits; and NBC Sports EDGE (formerly Rotoworld), a leading platform for fantasy sports information and betting-focused tools. NBC Sports Next is fueled by its mission to innovate, create larger-than-life events and connect with sports fans through technology to provide the ultimate in immersive experiences.
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