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Golf comedy FORE! announces more episodes




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HOUSTON -- Scott Pitney, executive producer of the golf sitcom FORE!, announces the debut of new episodes 5 and 6.

The series has been referred to as “Seinfield on a golf course” and follows adventures and social blunders of a group of golfers who are members of the affordable Fork Willow Country Club and social outcasts to everyone but themselves.

Episode 5 has the management of Fork Willow in an uproar, leading to episode 6, which spoofs a “battle of the giants.”

“We are delighted with the addition of CBS and the Golf Channel’s Billy Ray Brown to our cast. He joins former pro golfer Tom Byrum, and the chemistry has cracked a few smiles,” Pitney said.

Pitney plays a lead character and is an avid golfer and real-life member of the private club where the series is filmed. The cast includes Doug Pike of SportsTalk 790, actor Damon Rexroad (often compared to Kevin James), Cory Hart, Erin Reed, and Werner Richmond. Evan King and Brian Treybig are also cast members -- all with impressive acting credentials.

Fox News and The Weather Channel recently aired FORE!’s national commercial, which clues viewers to the antics both on and off the course. The hijinks are anything but politically and socially correct. The comedy series is currently shooting upcoming episodes for a fall launch.

Tune in to www.watchfore.com for episodes 1 through 6. Join the fan base and follow the laughter at www.twitter.com/watchfore and www.facebook.com/watchfore.
 

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