Feherty is a 60 minute conversation program that airs on the United States cable network The Golf Channel. The program is hosted by former professional golfer David Feherty. From 1976 to 1997 David Feherty competed in numerous tournaments across Europe and, as a member of the PGA, the U.S. After retiring, Feherty decided to write and comment on the sport. It culminated in his very own talk show, Feherty. The program premiered in June of 2011 and became the highest-rated debut in the cable network's history.
Feherty's guests have run the gamut over the two seasons the program has aired. After his first interview with retired golfer Lee Trevino, Feherty spoke with a number of current and former pro golfers. These have included Tom Watson, golfer-turned-commentator Johnny Miller, Greg Norman, Ian Poulter, and Luke Donald. Feherty has also spoken to those who, while not professional players, have a fondness for the sport. These have included Don Cheadle, Charles Barkley, Samuel L. Jackson, and Dallas Cowboys' quarterback Tony Romo.
Interviews on Feherty don't take place in a normal studio as other talk shows do. Instead, the host travels to the homes of those he speaks with. For example, his interview with Tom Watson took place at the golfer's Kansas City ranch. When Feherty spoke with one of the top golf instructors in the U.S., Butch Harmon, he did so in Las Vegas. Over the series' run Feherty has been to Spain to play with golfer Sergio Garcia, to Seattle to meet with former NBA player Bill Russell, and to California's Bel Air Country Club to speak with Ken Venturi.
Feherty is written by Dean Butler and Jason Harper and executive produced by Keith Allo and Jay Kossoff. A new season of Feherty premieres in February of 2013.
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Feherty sits down with Professional Tour Golfer "Jerry Lanston "Lanny" Wadkins, Jr." who has 31 professional wins on the PGA Tour.
Feherty interviews PGA Tour Golfer Pádraig P. Harrington.
Featured Guest: Bubba Watson.
Featured guest: Charles Barkley.