Tim Rosaforte

Tim Rosaforte joined Golf Channel in 2007, lending an insider’s perspective into the game’s top professional tours and its players. He contributes to Morning Drive, Golf Central and the network’s Live From programming, airing on-site from the game’s biggest events. Rosaforte also contributes regularly to GolfChannel.com.

A veteran writer, Rosaforte has covered nearly 140 major championships and 15 Ryder Cups since the early 1980s. He has been honored with more than 40 writing awards during his career, including first place in the Golf Writers Association of America (GWAA) magazine in each of the four major categories: feature, column, event coverage and special projects. In 2014, Rosaforte received the “PGA Lifetime Achievement Award in Journalism” for his contribution to the game. He also is the author of three books: Raising the Bar: The Championship Years of Tiger Woods; Heartbreak Hill: The Anatomy of a Ryder Cup; and Tiger Woods: The Making of a Champion. He has covered golf for Sports Illustrated, Golf Digest, Golf Illustrated and Links Magazine, as well as several Florida newspapers.

Rosaforte is no stranger to television, having served as a contributing analyst for USA Network’s PGA Tour Sunday as well as SportsCenter and the Today Show. He also lent his expertise to USA Network’s early round coverage of PGA Tour events, the Masters and the Ryder Cup.

A graduate of the University of Rhode Island, Rosaforte resides in Jupiter, Fla., with his wife, Genevive, and has two daughters, Genna and Molly.

Latest articles by Tim Rosaforte

May 25, 2018 6:33 PM ET
Tracy Hubly caddied for her husband on Friday at the KitchenAid Senior PGA and learned after their round that her nephew was credited with helping stop the school shooting in Indiana. Read More
May 23, 2018 10:39 AM ET
Aaron Wise has had two good starts - two really good starts - recently. Is this the start of something big? Here's some background into how he became a 21-year-old PGA Tour winner. Read More
May 13, 2018 8:45 AM ET
With his mom having lost his dad to a little-known disease, Webb Simpson would like nothing better than to give her a Players Championship win for Mother's Day. Read More