Golf Channel’s David Feherty Podcast

Golf Channel’s David Feherty Podcast


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Bob Uecker  

Feherty travels to Phoenix, Arizona for an hour of laughs and warm reflection with 'Mr. Baseball,' Bob Uecker. Bob's self-deprecating style keeps Feherty on the edge of his seat in a conversation that explores Uecker's 61-year career in baseball, entertainment, and broadcasting.

Bob Costas  

Iconic sports announcer Bob Costas sit down with Feherty in Newport Beach, California. Fresh off the Olympics the two discuss Costas’ dicey incident with a Syracuse Blazer, the impact of his dad’s gambling on his life and how sneaky Costas really was as a kid.

Doug Collins  

Hoops icon Doug Collins sits down with David Feherty to chat about his admiration for the young crop of golf stars, Olympic heartbreak, and a coaching legend. Two worlds collide on Feherty with Doug Collins.

2016 Donald Trump  

Feherty sits down with renegade GOP candidate Donald Trump for a candid conversation about his golf empire, his penchant for spontaneous political speech, family devotion, and his obsession with clean hotels.

Paula Creamer  

On America’s birthday Feherty does girl-talk at home with 10-time LPGA winner Paula Creamer. The Pink Panther talks about South Korean dominance of women’s golf and her passion for Solheim Cup competition.

Peter Oosterhuis  

Feherty sits down with Ryder Cup legend and long-time announcer Peter Oosterhuis for a candid conversation that covers his career on and off the course and his current battle with Alzheimer’s Disease. In addition to their discussion in Charlotte, David travels to Houston and visits the Nantz National Alzheimer’s Center to find out the latest on the disease that is also affecting his family.

Rory McIlroy  

Feherty begins his summer swing with 4-time major champion, Rory McIlroy, the day after the Ulsterman’s emotional win at the 2016 Irish Open. Rory shares thoughtfully about the thrill of winning under pressure, the historic return of golf to the Olympic Games, and his special place as a member of golf’s new Big Three.

John Daly  

In the rural town of Dardanelle, Arkansas, Feherty sits down with John Daly to discuss the influence of Daly’s parents, the effects of his bad habits and the excitement of winning majors.

Sir Nick Faldo  

Feherty sits down with major champion and overall good bloke, Sir Nick Faldo in Greenbrier, West Virginia. Topics include Sir Nick’s demeanor as a player, the Faldo series and what he did the first time Sir Nick saw Jack Nicklaus.

Jason Day Bonus  

When Feherty sat down with Aussie Jason Day, there was too much to fit into an hour episode. Topics include a more in depth look at events, his off-season and getting nailed by LeBron James.

Donald Trump  

Before he set his sights on the White House, 'the Donald' sat down with 'the David' at Trump Tower. Topics included his family, celebrity, and how golf saved him from bankruptcy.

Jason Day  

Feherty sits down with fan favorite Jason Day and the Australian shares his amazing journey from that of an abused child to achieving the rank as the number one player in the world. Along the way he talks about his transcendent 2015 season, recounts his friendly rivalry with Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlory and Rickie Fowler, and relives his record-setting triumph at the 2015 PGA Championship.

George W. Bush  

From Dallas, TX, Feherty rolls out of bed for an eye opening conversation with America’s 43rd President, George W. Bush. The former Commander-in-Chief shares his obsession with golf, his devotion to family and the impact of 9/11 on his presidency, with humor and insight. 43’s only off limits topic ishis underwear. Feherty asks, but Bush doesn’t tell.

Jordan Spieth: Chasing the Grand Slam  

This is the second half of Feherty’s conversation with the world’s top ranked golfer, during which they discuss his pursuit of the grand slam, his heartbreak at the final holes of the Open Championship and his great rivalry with Jason Day highlighted by their pairing in the final round of the final major of the year.

Jordan Spieth: A Year Like No Other  

Feherty sits down with the world number one Jordan Spieth and they discuss his amazing 2015 season with major victories coming at the Masters and the U.S. Open. Other topics include his family, adjusting to life on the PGA Tour, and the pressures of competing in an era dominated by social media.

Lee Trevino  

For the very first Feherty episode, our host knew he wanted his first guest to be his childhood hero and golf legend, Lee Trevino. The two sat down to discuss Lee’s humble beginnings, jovial personality on the course and his gambling days from El Paso, Texas.

Darren Clarke  

Right after his win in the Open Championship, Darren Clarke sat down with his longtime friend and countryman David Feherty. Their discussion includes the post-victory press celebrity, his emotional play at the 2006 Ryder Cup, and their shared experience growing up amidst the turmoil of Northern Ireland.

Ben Crenshaw  

Feherty sits down with Ben Crenshaw, and the iconic Texan talks about his decades of success, his two victories at the Masters, and the excitement of the Ryder Cup. The talk also turns emotional as Ben fondly remembers his friend, mentor and coach, Harvey Penick.

Tom Watson  

Tom Watson joins Feherty for a heartfelt discussion on topics ranging from the battles they faced on the course and off, their long-standing friendship, and the thrill of competing in major championships. It’s a story that begins with young Tom learning the game from his father, carries on through a legendary career, and includes the intervention by Watson that Feherty feels saved his life.

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