The Fifteenth Club
with Ed Clements and Scotty Sayers
Tune in to NewsRadio KLBJ each Saturday for “The Fifteenth Club” presented by ABC Bank, Capitol Chevrolet, Criquet Shirts, Pok-E-Jo’s and Nine Banded Whiskey. Hosts Ed Clements and Scotty Sayers will be live from 5-6 p.m. to take calls, interview golf professionals and celebrities, discuss Austin golf events and tell stories about the greatness of the game. Given the Saturday afternoon time slot they also discuss other current sports topies. The show also features the Leaderboad Report sponsored by Ticket City and the SAVE MUNY report brought to you by Maudie’s Tex-Mex, the Deep Eddy Cabaret and the SAVE MUNY Committee.
“The Fifteenth Club” will air weekly and be heard around Central Texas on Emmis Radio station KLBJ, 99.7 FM, 590 AM, and on digital formats. “The Fifteenth Club” will also have podcasts of their show available at www.newsradioKLBJ.com
“The Fifteenth Club” will broadcast live in-studio and from locations around Central Texas. For inquiries on how to host a live broadcast, contact either:
Ed Clements, long time KLBJ on-air personality, is currently on NewsRadio KLBJ Monday – Friday from 3p-7, co-hosting the “Jeff Ward and Ed Clements Show”. Ed is a passionate sports fan, especially the Texas Longhorns, and is a dedicated golfer. Ed is also active in the community, involved with several non-profits, working primarily with the Texas Alzheimer's Association, the Arc of the Capital Area, and First Tee of Austin
Scotty Sayers is well known on the local and national golf scene, having worked with Ben Crenshaw as his agent/business manager since 1985. In addition he is a partner at Coore & Crenshaw, one of the leading golf course architecture firms in the country, handling new business inquiries, contracts and scheduling for the company. He serves as executive producer of the Sirius/XM PGA Tour Radio Program CRENSHAW ON GOLF. A native of Austin, Sayers is a University of Texas graduate and has served the community in a variety roles including Chairman of the Texas State Cemetery for 12 years and as a past president of West Austin Youth Association.