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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.

Wednesday 8:00 PM et/pt on Golf Channel
7 Seasons, 103 Episodes
June 20, 2011
News, Talk & Interview
7.7/10
Cast: David Feherty
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  • Golfer Jackie Burke is the guest.

  • Host David Feherty sits down to talk to television personality Matt Lauer about this life in the news business.

  • Feherty explores whether NBA MVP Stephen Curry has what it takes to play on the PGA TOUR. There can be little doubt that Curry is the greatest shooter in NBA history, a tenacious competitor, and as revealed in this special conversation, one of the most engaging characters in all of sport.

  • Feherty travels to the Big Island of Hawaii with 3-time U.S. Open champion and Ryder Cup hero, Hale Irwin, for a big Aloha conversation about golf and life. Their visit together includes a spectacular aerial tour of an active volcano and towering waterfalls.

  • Feherty sits down with World Golf Hall of Fame member Nancy Lopez for a fun conversation and on the course instruction. Interview topics include her relationship with Arnold Palmer, winning 17 times in her first two season and being adopted.

  • David Feherty talks to actor Matthew McConaughey about his three favorite roles, his cross country travels, and his time as a professor for the University of Texas

  • Host David Feherty talks to golfer Mark O'Meara about his life on and off the golf course.

  • Feherty sits down with former United States Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice to hear her stories about her time in the Bush Administration, music, and her passion for golf.

  • David Feherty travels to Houston, Texas, to catch up with PGA TOUR star Patrick Reed. They discuss college golf at the University of Georgia and Augusta State, his incredible play at the 2014 and 2016 Ryder Cups, his Olympic experience in Rio, and his relationship with his wife and former caddie, Justine.

  • Phil Mickelson talks about his Hall of Fame career, his rivalry with Tiger, and his family.

  • David Feherty sits down with Phil Mickelson to discuss his Hall of Fame career in the first of a two-part interview. Phil discusses 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.

  • Feherty talks with NFL Hall of Famer Terry Bradshaw about golfing with Arnold Palmer and Ben Hogan.

  • Feherty sits down with NFL Hall of Famer and broadcaster Cris Carter for a candid and revealing conversation about golf, life, family and football. Along with laughter and tears, Cris engages in some good-natured putting green gloating that you'll never forget.

  • At home in Dallas, Feherty enjoys a Hall of Fame sit down with former Dallas Cowboy great, Emmitt Smith. Engaging conversation ranges from Emmitt's love of the Cowboys and his devotion to teammates, to his life-long fascination with business and his deep commitment to family and charity. When we add golf and even ballroom dancing its clear that Emmitt Smith is truly a man for all seasons.

  • 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 Bob's iconic 61-year career in baseball, entertainment, and broadcasting.

  • Fresh from the Olympic closing ceremonies in Rio de Janeiro, Feherty sits down with iconic sports announcer Bob Costas. As always, Costas is encyclopedically brilliant, but with Feherty we see NBC's 19-time Emmy winner relaxed and personally revealing on subjects ranging from his father's addiction to gambling, the allure of golf, and the scourge of political correctness.

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

  • 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.

  • A new trio is leading the way for a generation of golfers. Feherty interviews Jason Day, Rory McIlroy, and Jordan Spieth, three twenty-somethings who have staked their claim on the top golf world.

  • On America's birthday, Feherty does girl-talk at home and on the range with 10-time LPGA winner, Paula Creamer. The Pink Panther 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. Away from the golf course, Paula's super-sonic ride with the U.S. Navy Blue Angels will leave you begging for mercy.

  • 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 affected his family.

  • 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 thoughtfully shares 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.

  • 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 McIlroy, and Rickie Fowler, and relives his record-setting triumph at the 2015 PGA Championship.

  • From Dallas, Texas, 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. Bush's only off limits topic is his underwear; Feherty asks, but Bush doesn't tell.

  • Jordan Spieth talks about his pursuit of the Grand Slam; his frustration at The Open; and his competition with Jason Day.

  • Jordan Spieth talks about his 2015 season, his family, and adjusting to life on the PGA Tour.

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