With three successful seasons under his belt, golf’s funnyman David Feherty returns on Monday, March 17 at 10 p.m. ET, for a new season of his ever-popular, self-titled Golf Channel show, Feherty, and will welcome PGA TOUR pro Brandt Snedeker as his first guest. Described by critics as “an interviewer like no other,” Feherty’s disarming approach, self-deprecating humor and good-natured ribbing have proven to relax his guests and let them get to the heart of the matter. Each episode will again delight television viewers with conversations both entertaining and intimate.
Video Clip: Snedeker Talks Slow Play
Feherty wastes no time in Monday’s premiere episode, lightheartedly calling Snedeker a “child pawn star,” revealing how Snedeker used to occasionally work in his parents’ Nashville pawn shop as a youngster. The episode covers the gamut of Snedeker’s life and career. Known for his outspokenness, Snedeker shares his thoughts on everything from being snubbed by the USGA as an amateur golfer to winning a $10 million purse as the 2012 FedExCup Champion.
With an unforgettable name, the 33-year-old “Sneds” – as he’s become known on Tour – covers topics such as slow play, performance enhancing drugs, and how injuries have interrupted recent seasons, causing him major frustration. Viewers also are invited into Snedeker’s home to see how family and his hometown of Nashville shape his world.
Season four of Feherty will continue on March 24 with a surprisingly revealing conversation with the outwardly austere Jim Furyk; and on March 31 with the “Kuch,” Matt Kuchar. The list of other guests scheduled to appear during the 18-episode season include golfers Davis Love III, Jason Dufner and Henrik Stenson; talk show host Charlie Rose; former PGA TOUR Commissioner Deane Beman, among others.
Feherty originally debuted in June 2011 as the most-watched original series in Golf Channel history. David Feherty has gone one-on-one with celebrities across golf, sports and entertainment, including former President Bill Clinton, Basketball Hall-of-Famers Bill Russell and Charles Barkley, actors Don Cheadle and Samuel L. Jackson, and golfers Tom Watson and Greg Norman.