Co-Host, Morning Drive, The Golf Channel
Favorite Core Value: Responsibility
“In golf one of our most important responsibilities is to repair our ball mark AND one other. The idea is to leave the green the same or better as we found it. If everyone did this in life, think what a great place this would be.”
“In life, business, sports…..everybody learns from somebody. It’s vitally important to honor those you learned from, by not only using the skills they helped you develop, but also to pay forward the time they invested in you. If all of us put this simple concept into practice, the benefits to society would be immeasurable.”
Charlie Rymer joined Golf Channel in 2008 and currently serves as a co-host for Morning Drive, the network’s daily news and lifestyle program. Rymer also contributes to the network’s coverage of the Drive, Chip and Putt Championships and Golf Central’s coverage of the NCAA Golf Championships. He has grown to develop a likeable reputation for his quick wit and “down home” humor on air.
Rymer also co-hosted Big Break Prince Edward Island in 2008, and worked as a full-time studio analyst in 2009.
Relying on his experiences on the PGA TOUR, Rymer uses his views on life and golf to entertain audiences all over the world.
An accomplished junior golfer, Rymer won the 1985 U. S. Junior Amateur and went on to become a two-time, All-American at Georgia Tech. The Fort Mill, S.C., native spent more than 10 years playing professional golf and recorded his best finish on the PGA TOUR with a third place finish at the Shell Houston Open in 1995. He also captured a victory on the Web.com Tour in his home state at the 1994 South Carolina Classic.