A successful pro golfer, David Feherty has become a nationally-recognized golf commentator for CBS News and has written several bestselling golf books, giving him a unique place in America’s sporting culture. Feherty enjoyed a very successful professional career, with 10 victories worldwide and over $3 million in prize money. In 1997, he retired from professional golf when offered a position as a golf commentator for CBS Sports. His knowledge of the game and Tour experience give him instant credibility, and his quick wit and colorful personality add a new dimension to golf telecasts. His light-hearted approach to broadcasting is appreciated by golf fans and critics alike. Feherty’s success extends beyond broadcasting. He is an accomplished author, writing a popular monthly column for GOLF Magazine and a bi-weekly piece for their website, Golfonline.com. His books, the fictional A Nasty Bit of Rough and his collection of humorous articles, Somewhere in Ireland, A Village is Missing an Idiot, David Feherty’s Totally Subjective History of the Ryder Cup, have become bestsellers.
A Nasty Bit of Rough
Sports speaker David Feherty discusses life as a golfer and commentator, using humor to discuss some of the more comical moments from life on the PGA Tour.