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Kordia Golf Focus tees off on SKY Sport 4

24 February 2014

Kordia Golf Focus tees off on SKY Sport 4

Telecommunications and broadcast provider Kordia NZ is the naming rights sponsor of Kordia Golf Focus, New Zealand’s flagship golf television series of 2014.

Kordia Golf Focus begins tonight (Mon. Feb 24) at 8.30pm on SKY Sport 4 and runs for 40 weeks with a minimum two repeats every week.

The one hour, studio based show delivers in-depth analysis and highlights from the world’s greatest golf tournaments including USPGA, European Tour, Asian PGA, Champions Tour, the Ladies PGA and New Zealand competitions.

Presented by Brendan Telfer and Phil Tataurangi, Kordia Golf Focus also includes interviews with local players, coaches and administrators.

Kordia director of sales and marketing Drew Gilpin says: “We are proud of the fact that Kordia is helping to bring New Zealanders top tier international content with a local perspective”.

Kordia Golf Focus is produced by Sports Inc, a New Zealand based television production company specialising in sports related programming and content.

About Kordia NZ
Kordia New Zealand is a State Owned Enterprise (SOE) involved in broadcast and telecommunications for more than 60 years. Kordia is dedicated to serving NZ Business and its core services include broadcasting, specialised networks and infrastructure. Kordia has more than 250 highly skilled engineering & field services staff providing services throughout New Zealand.


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