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He usually says whatever pops into his anecdote-filled, zany mind, a trait that has made David Feherty quite popular in his role as a golf commentator for CBS, NBC and Golf Channel. It should also come in handy in this prime-time series, with the bulk of each episode being an interview Feherty conducts with a well-known sports, entertainment or political figure. 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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Justin Thomas discusses his breakout season on the PGA Tour, including his PGA Championship win.
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In Florida with 2018 U.S. Open and PGA Champion Brooks Koepka. Discussions include a no-nonsense look at his unconventional road to elite status, details of his three career-defining major wins, and his outspoken approach to stardom.
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David sits down with the 2019 US Open Champion, Gary Woodland, to discuss life, Pebble Beach, and the impact he made on a young fan that in turn impacted his own life.
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Scott Van Pelt dives deep into the archives to chat about his time at Golf Channel, how he got on TV in the first place, his forgettable semester at Maryland, and what he's learned along the way.
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David Feherty visits with major champion Henrik Stenson for an insightful and often humorous discussion about the Swedish golfer's life and career, including his silver medal performance at the 2016 Olympics in Rio.
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An eye-opening conversation with Los Angeles Clippers coach Doc Rivers, including how the events of his life prepared him for the most bizarre racial scandal of the 21st century.
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David Feherty talks to NBA Legend, Basketball Hall of Famer, and activist Bill Russell. Their discussion reveals the competitive spirit, disarming humor and deep humanity that inspired Russell's will to win.
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Feherty explores whether NBA MVP Stephen Curry has what it takes to play on the PGA TOUR.
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Never-before-seen footage of Feherty's 2011 interview with Charles Barkley. He opens up about his favorite PGA pros, his golf swing, college sports, and the long list of athletes who are forever tagged as losers because they never won the big one.
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David Feherty sits down with coach Bobby Knight and discusses his basketball legacy - both positive and negative. Knight explains how he got the reputation he did, and gives Feherty a personal lesson in chair throwing.
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Rory McIlroy talks his win at 2016 Irish Open, shares 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.
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Back from his win at the Open Championship at Royal St. Georges, Clarke is excited to talk about his love of Guiness, why being a bit overweight helps him with his game.
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Feherty travels to Dublin, Ireland, for a fascinating, golf-obsessed conversation with three-time major winner Padraig Harrington. Harrington gives candid and revealing insights about his life and his game.
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Feherty meets up with the man whose name keeps golf commentators up at night, Xander Schauffele. He travels to San Diego to discuss Xander's relationship with his father/swing coach and his first impressions of major championship golf.
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David talks with his former Ryder Cup teammate Bernhard Langer. The longtime friends talk about Langer's two Masters victories, continued excellence on the PGA Tour Champions, and reminisce about playing together on the European Tour.
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Feherty hits the desert for a revealing chat with double-digit European Tour champion and 2006 Player of the Year Paul Casey about PC rules, career commitment, graceful aging, overcoming adversity, and Ryder Cup outrage.
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Feherty braves Utah's winter cold to talk fire dancing, Ryder Cup, and ugly ankle sprains with the PGA Tour's Samoan sensation, Tony Finau.
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David meets up with analytical marvel Bryson DeChambeau as they delve into his love of science and how he applies it to the game. Bryson discusses topics such as missing out on the FedExCup, and proof that the pin should always stay in the cup.
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The discussion includes Fred's heartbreaks and victories at the Ryder Cup, his seemingly universal domination of the so-called Silly Season, and his induction into the World Golf Hall of Fame.
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Golf Hall-of-Famer Judy Rankin talks breaking barriers over the course of her 50-year career.
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In the first of a two-part interview, David Feherty meets with Fred Couples as the Hall of Famer discusses his life and career, including his dramatic victory at the 1992 Masters.

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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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Golf Channel highlights the USGA's signature annual event, the U.S. Open, as it takes place from some of the country's premier courses. Pre- and post-round coverage includes the day's top stories, interviews with players, features, and in-depth analysis from Golf Channel's roster of hosts, reporters and contributors, including David Feherty.
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