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Before the calendar ushers out Christmas and gives way to a new year, Golf Channel wraps a special gift for fans of one of its most popular programs. A marathon round of "Feherty" episodes features 24 memorable guests, from golfers Lee Trevino, John Daly, Jordan Spieth, Jack Nicklaus and Greg Norman, to luminaries from other sports, including Bill Russell, Charles Barkley and Terry Bradshaw. They take part in exclusive, in-depth chats with host David Feherty, who combines a skillful interview style and a zany sense of humor to make each encounter memorable. The former European and PGA tour pro -- a born and bred Irishman who became a U.S. citizen in 2010 -- also shares unique golf stories and his ever-so-present observations on life's peculiarities.

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A sit down interview with Jordan Spieth regarding 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.
aired 299 days ago
Phil Mickelson talks about his Hall of Fame golf career, his victories at the 2004 and 2010 Masters, his rivalry with Tiger Woods, competing in eleven straight Ryder Cups, trash-talking, and his wife, Amy, and her battle with breast cancer.
aired 299 days ago
Jason Day talks his transcendent 2015 season and his friendly rivalry with Jordan Spieth, Rory Mcllroy, and Rickie Fowler.
aired 299 days ago
David Feherty chats with 10-time LPGA winner, Paula Creamer. She talks about South Korean dominance of women's golf, her passion for Solheim Cup competition and the rejuvenation of her game following a coaching change.
aired 299 days ago
Wrap up the golf year by hearing Feherty's take on the events that hit and missed in 2018. Joined by Lanny Wadkins and Jaime Diaz, the group discusses the up and comers, the guys that hoisted three trophies a piece and the spectacular moments.
aired 299 days ago
Feherty explores whether NBA MVP Stephen Curry has what it takes to play on the PGA TOUR.
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David Feherty travels to New Orelans to chat with actor Samuel L. Jackson about a whole range of topics.
aired 300 days ago
David Feherty sits down with Sir Nick Faldo to discuss his past, present, and future as well as his latest endeavors - tournament hosting and course design in China and Vietnam.
aired 300 days ago
Justin Thomas chats with David Feherty to discuss his victory in the 2017 PGA Championship. Plus, they talk about his 59 at the Sony Open and his record-setting 63 at the 2017 U.S. Open, as well as his long friendship with Jordan Spieth.
aired 300 days ago
David Feherty sits down with England's Tommy Fleetwood for a humorous conversation detailing Fleetwood's recent emergence as one of the world's top players. The duo also premieres Driveway Shakespeare with a performance of "Romeo and Juliet."
aired 300 days ago
Charles Barkley opens up about his favorite PGA pros, his hopeless golf swing, the state of college sports, and the long list of athletes who are forever tagged as losers because they failed to win the big one.
aired 663 days ago
Phil Mickelson talks about his Hall of Fame career, his rivalry with Tiger, and his family.
aired 663 days ago
David Feherty celebrates the 100 episode of his Emmy nominated series. Relive all the memorable moments from his first 99 shows and from former guests Lee Trevino, John Daly and Gary McCord.
aired 663 days ago
Jordan Spieth talks about his pursuit of the grand slam and his rivalry with Jason Day.
aired 663 days ago
A revealing conversation with Johnny Miller.
aired 663 days ago
Former PGA pro and Ryder Cup captain Paul Azinger reflects on his career.
aired 663 days ago
Feherty goes adventuring with Greg Norman in the Colorado Rockies, where they discuss the rigors of the tour lifestyle and the heartbreak of major championships lost.
aired 663 days ago
Jack Nicklaus reflects on his major championships, conversations with Bobby Jones, rivalries and his family.
aired 664 days ago
David Feherty talks with World Golf Hall of Fame member Nancy Lopez about her relationship with Arnold Palmer, winning 17 times in her first two seasons, and being adopted.
aired 664 days ago
Golf Hall-of-Famer Judy Rankin talks breaking barriers over the course of her 50-year career.
aired 664 days ago
Annika Sorenstam discusses her legacy, her journey to America and friendship with Tiger Woods.

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