SYRACUSE — Just within the past year, golf pro Perry Noun’s been up and down the dial, on both the AM and FM bands. When his weekly golf show begins its 11th season this Saturday, he’ll be on his third new station in just a little more than a year. Golf fans will find “Tee Time With the Pronoun” on Love Radio 103.9 (WVOA-FM).
That’s according to the Post-Standard‘s Chris Wagner, who reports the move will allow Noun to restore his former two-hour format, on Saturday mornings from 7-9am. Each week, Noun invites a different guest to join him in the studio to chat about all things golf. The show only airs during golf season, and the broadcasts resume this weekend.
“Tee Time” ran for nine years on SportsRadio 620 (WHEN), but when Clear Channel executed a number of format changes which resulted in the sports station’s demise late in 2010, Noun started off the 2011 season with Galaxy’s ESPN Radio stations. But by late September, Noun was on the move again — taking the show to Cumulus Media’s The Score 1260 (WSKO), where “Tee Time” was halved to a single hour each week.
WVOA-FM, owned locally by Renard Communications, broadcasts from a location between Mexico and New Haven in Oswego County. The station gets coverage help from translators at 95.3 in Syracuse (W237AY/DeWitt) and 98.1 in LaFayette (W251AK/Nedrow/LaFayette).