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Todd Lewis

TV Personality

Todd Lewis joined Golf Channel in 2008, bringing more than 15 years of sports broadcasting and journalism experience with him. He currently is an on-site reporter for Golf Central, sharing the top storylines from PGA TOUR events, as well as from some of the biggest tournaments in the game. Lewis also serves as an interviewer during Golf Channel’s PGA TOUR tournament coverage.

Prior to joining Golf Channel, Lewis was an eight-year member of the on-air team at CBS affiliate WKMG in Orlando, most recently as sports director. He also previously worked for Orlando-based Sun Sports cable television network, serving as a reporter for Florida Gators pre and post-game shows, and hosted the Summertime Golf Show, a weekly 30-minute golf travel show.

A graduate of the University of North Carolina Greensboro, Lewis’ broadcasting career began in 1991 in Winston-Salem, N.C., as a sports reporter for independent WXII. He then joined NBC affiliate WECT in Wilmington, N.C., producing and anchoring the weekend sportscasts, where he received the Associated Press “Best Sports Feature” award in 1995. His next career move took him to Spokane, Wash., at ABC affiliate KXLY as weekend sports anchor. Lewis returned to his home state of North Carolina in 1998 as weekend sports anchor for CBS affiliate WRAL in Raleigh, before moving to Orlando and WKMG in 1999.   

ARTICLES BY Todd Lewis

  • Of all the great stories on Saturday from Whistling Straits, one of the most impressive to me is the play of Steve Elkington, who is 8 under after 54 holes. The 47-year-old is playing his first major of 2010.

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    The world of golf is looking like 'Star Wars' with Tiger Woods playing the role of Darth Vader and Rory McIlroy acting as Luke Skywalker.

  • We will not see Anthony Kim this week at the Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. AK is a WD.

  • GREENSBORO, N.C. – John Daly injured his shoulder in round two of the PGA Championship trying to hit out of a fairway bunker on the first hole at Whistling Straits.

  • GREENSBORO. N.C. – It looked like a great Thursday for Arjun Atwal.

  • Of all the great stories on Saturday from Whistling Straits, one of the most impressive to me is the play of Steve Elkington, who is 8 under after 54 holes. The 47-year-old is playing his first major of 2010.

  • We are witnessing the deconstruction of Tiger Woods performed by Tiger Woods.

  • Richard S. Johnson, who normally plays the PGA Tour, did not qualify for the Open Championship but hopped a plane anyway to compete in the Nordea Scandinavian Masters in his home country of Sweden.

  • Not sure if it was my inner golf clock or bad chicken from dinner last night but I woke up at exactly 4:01 a.m. ET and I'm glad I did. I watched Mark Calcavecchia shoot a beautiful 67 and he heads into the weekend at 7 under par.

  • I thought about wearing a kilt to work! That’s how jacked I was about Day 1 of the Open Championship, but I thought that might get me a visit to the Human Resources office here at Golf Channel so I opted for pants.