So you want me to cast my pods? The least you can do is subscribe to them. What’ll you get? Interesting conversations that veer toward the politically incorrect the same way a Phil Mickelson tee shot veers toward a hospitality tent. That said, my approach to interviewing is simple: “I have guests not victims and the only stupid question is the one that’s not asked. (Unless you count the idiotic queries Gary McCord texts me on a regular basis.) Go ahead and subscribe. It’s free and I guarantee the interviews will at least rise to the value of that price point.
David sits down with his former Ryder Cup teammate Bernhard Langer. The longtime friends talk about Langer's two Masters victories, continued excellence on the PGA TOUR Champions, and reminisce about playing together on the European Tour.
Feherty sits down with LPGA star Cristie Kerr to talk about her storied career. The interview, from Kerr's Scottsdale home, covers the two-time major champion's many wins, her record-setting tenure in the Solheim Cup, and off course pursuits like her burgeoning wine label. It's a candid and humorous conversation with an often-misunderstood champion.
Feherty makes his way to the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles for an engaging conversation about the game, Arnold Palmer, and the business of comedy with actor, author, and Saturday Night Live alumnus Kevin Nealon.
David Feherty sits down with England's Tommy Fleetwood in an often humorous conversation detailing Fleetwood's recent emergence as one of the world's top players. The discussion ranges from topics as diverse as sneaking into The Open as a seven-year-old to his record-tying 63 to close out this year's U.S. Open to winning the Race to Dubai in 2017. The duo also premieres Driveway Shakespeare with a performance of Romeo and Juliet.
Feherty travels to Arizona to meet friends who both excel on grass and love golf. The PGA Tour's super Spaniard, Jon Rahm, and Arizona Cardinals All-Pro wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald take us on a conversational journey inspired by a drive for excellence.
Feherty visits Ryder Cup legend Ian Poulter at his home outside of Milton Keynes for humorous and insightful conversation. They discuss everything from Ian's humble beginnings in the game to his sometimes less than humble persona on and off the course. Topics include everything from Ian's love-hate relationship with social media, the recent resurgence in his play, and his storied Ryder Cup history including memories from the Miracle at Medinah.
Lifelong friends Brad Faxon and Billy Andrade sit down on the sofa to discuss their lives and careers. From Top of the Rock at Missouri's Big Cedar Lodge, Feherty discusses topics including Brad and Billy's extensive charitable works, Brad's legendary putting, and their beloved home state of Rhode Island.
Feherty sits down with Florida boys Paul Azinger and Boo Weekley to discuss their lives and golf careers. Topics include the splash they made at the 2008 Ryder Cup, Boo's unfortunate boxing incident with an orangutan, and Azinger's outlook on upcoming U.S. Open venues.
Feherty drops his sofa in Naples, Florida for surprisingly blunt banter with PGA Tour amigos Pat Perez, Kevin Kisner, and Billy Horschel about great swings, embarrassing celebrations, annoying TV commentators, struggles with alcohol, and pillow talk, too. It's Feherty at his best. You've been warned.
Pitching ace Jon Lester, NBA star Ray Allen, and 1989 Open champion Mark Calcavecchia all take a seat on the sofa to join Feherty for a humorous and insightful conversation that touches on the differences of their sports, the high points of their careers, and their love of golf.
David Feherty drops in on the PNC Father/Son Challenge to chat with friends Tom Lehman and Justin Leonard. They discuss their common experiences of winning the claret jug, the victory at the 1999 Ryder Cup, and how they balanced golf with family while playing on tour.
Feherty visits with first time major winner Justin Thomas three days after Justin’s PGA Championship victory. 24-year-old Thomas talks about the pressure during his recent victory and almost literally choking during the final round. He also discusses his friendship with multiple major winner Jordan Spieth, his ferocious competitiveness and wearing long pants. And there’s even some inside information on the pranking side of the PGA Tour.
Feherty heads to Music City, Nashville, Tennessee, to visit with country music star Darius Rucker. Sitting down to chat at the Country Music Hall of Fame, Darius Rucker talks about his mother, his music, and his love for golf. From the lucky break that launched Hootie and the Blowfish, to the phenomenal success of becoming a country music superstar, Rucker tells of a life in which he wouldn't change a thing.
Feherty sits down with 2010 Open Champion Louis Oosthuizen to discuss his win at St. Andrews and his subsequent second place finishes in the U.S. Open, Mastersm and PGA Championship. Louis talks about his love of family, farming, golf, and his plans for winning a second major.
Feherty travels to Houston, Texas to meet two-time major champion Jackie Burke, Jr. At 94-years-old, Mr. Burke gives Feherty the lay of the land and even a lesson at Champions Golf Club. Topics include his time in the Marines, how an offering in the collection plate transferred into a green jacket and playing with stars like Snead, Crosby and Hope.
Feherty celebrates the 100th episode of his Emmy nominated series. This special, captured in front of a live audience, features memorable moments from his first 99 shows, and spicy golf talk with Lee Trevino, John Daly, and Gary McCord.
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 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 seasons, and being adopted.
Feherty sits down with Academy Award winner Matthew McConaughey deep in the heart of Texas for an enlightening conversation and a few holes of golf. Topics include McConaughey’s three favorite roles, his cross country travels in an RV, and his time as a Professor at the University of Texas.
David Feherty travels to Park City, Utah to sit down with 16-time PGA Tour winner and Hall of Famer, Mark O’Meara. Topics include: the 1999 Ryder Cup and "Pay for Play" controversy, playing in his first U.S. Open as an amateur with Hale Irwin, and some anecdotes on Mark’s relationship with long-time friend Tiger Woods.
Feherty travels to the left coast for an eclectic conversation with former U.S. Secretary of State, Dr. Condoleezza Rice. Feherty explores Condi’s rise from the segregated south to the halls of global power, her passions for music, golf, college football, and diplomacy, as well as her future in politics.
David Feherty travels to Houston, Texas to catch up with PGA Tour star Patrick Reed. Topics include 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.
In the second of a two-part interview, David Feherty sits down with Phil Mickelson to discuss his Hall of Fame career. Topics include Phil’s pursuit of the career grand slam, his victories in the 2013 Open and the 2005 PGA Championship, his relationship with his caddie Jim ‘Bones’ McKay, and his commitment to his three children.
In the first episode of a two-part interview, David Feherty sits down with Phil Mickelson to discuss his Hall of Fame career. Topics include 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.
In an effort to expand his college experience, Feherty ventured out to Stanford University in 2012, for a conversation with LPGA Tour player, Michelle Wie. Topics include her ambitious beginnings, playing through injuries, and how she was just hoping to be a regular college kid.
Feherty meets NFL Hall of Famer Terry Bradshaw in Oklahoma horse country for an hour of horsing around that includes unique memories of playing with Arnold Palmer and Ben Hogan; a critique of Matthew McConaughey, Terry’s career with the Steelers and the embarrassments he endured on his journey to becoming an elite broadcaster.
Feherty sits down with NFL Hall of Famer and broadcaster Cris Carter for a candid conversation and revealing conversation about golf, life, family, and football. Along with laughter and tears, Cris engages in some good natured conversation that you'll never forget.
The men from Ireland get together when 2014 Ryder Cup Captain Paul McGinley sits down with Feherty for an enjoyable interview between old friends. They discuss their roots, McGinley’s circuitous route to professional golf, and memorable Ryder Cup moments and strategies.
At home in Big D 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 Uecker's 61-year career in baseball, entertainment, and broadcasting.
Iconic sports announcer Bob Costas sit down with Feherty in Newport Beach, California. Fresh off the Olympics the two discuss Costas’ dicey incident with a Syracuse Blazer, the impact of his dad’s gambling on his life and how sneaky Costas really was as a kid.
Hoops icon Doug Collins sits down with David Feherty to chat about his admiration for the young crop of golf stars, Olympic heartbreak, and a coaching 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.
On America’s birthday Feherty does girl-talk at home with 10-time LPGA winner Paula Creamer. The Pink Panther talks about South Korean dominance of women’s golf and her passion for Solheim Cup competition.
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 affecting 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 shares thoughtfully 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 major champion and overall good bloke, Sir Nick Faldo in Greenbrier, West Virginia. Topics include Sir Nick’s demeanor as a player, the Faldo series and what he did the first time Sir Nick saw Jack Nicklaus.
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 McIlory and Rickie Fowler, and relives his record-setting triumph at the 2015 PGA Championship.
From Dallas, TX, 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. 43’s only off limits topic ishis underwear. Feherty asks, but Bush doesn’t tell.
This is the second half of Feherty’s conversation with the world’s top ranked golfer, during which they discuss his pursuit of the grand slam, his heartbreak at the final holes of the Open Championship and his great rivalry with Jason Day highlighted by their pairing in the final round of the final major of the year.
Feherty sits down with the world number one Jordan Spieth and they discuss his amazing 2015 season with major victories coming at the Masters and the U.S. Open. Other topics include his family, adjusting to life on the PGA Tour, and the pressures of competing in an era dominated by social media.
For the very first Feherty episode, our host knew he wanted his first guest to be his childhood hero and golf legend, Lee Trevino. The two sat down to discuss Lee’s humble beginnings, jovial personality on the course and his gambling days from El Paso, Texas.
Right after his win in the Open Championship, Darren Clarke sat down with his longtime friend and countryman David Feherty. Their discussion includes the post-victory press celebrity, his emotional play at the 2006 Ryder Cup, and their shared experience growing up amidst the turmoil of Northern Ireland.
Feherty sits down with Ben Crenshaw, and the iconic Texan talks about his decades of success, his two victories at the Masters, and the excitement of the Ryder Cup. The talk also turns emotional as Ben fondly remembers his friend, mentor and coach, Harvey Penick.
Tom Watson joins Feherty for a heartfelt discussion on topics ranging from the battles they faced on the course and off, their long-standing friendship, and the thrill of competing in major championships. It’s a story that begins with young Tom learning the game from his father, carries on through a legendary career, and includes the intervention by Watson that Feherty feels saved his life.