We're also still walking around with the same mental demons. A 4-foot putt to win will never get any less petrifying.
"David Feherty" is a former professional golfer on the European Tour and PGA Tour. He now works as a writer and broadcaster with CBS Sports and Golf Channel.
Feherty was born in Bangor, County Down, Northern Ireland. He turned professional in 1976 and spent most of his playing career in Europe, where he won five times and finished in the top ten twice in the European Tour's Order of Merit, placing tenth in 1989 and eighth in 1990. He spent 1994 and 1995 playing mainly on the PGA Tour in the U.S., and the best result on the tour was a second place finish at the 1994 New England Classic. His combined career earnings exceeded $3 million. Feherty represented Ireland in international competition and captained the victorious 1990 Alfred Dunhill Cup team. Feherty played for Europe on the 1991 Ryder Cup team.More David Feherty on Wikipedia.
He keeps himself in great shape, he's got a great attitude and is one of the hardest workers in the game. That'd be the last of my worries. When he's on he's really hard to beat. He could win any week now.
There's only one record that he cares about, one number that he's focused on forever: 19. It's what drives him.
Hey, the Canadian Open is still one of the titles players love to have on their resume - it's a national open. It's always been an important tournament, no doubt about that.
There's nothing wrong with Mike -- he just hasn't clicked yet this year. There's time left and I expect him to win before the season's out.
We're back to where if Tiger plays well, he wins. And if he plays really well, he wins by eight. It's not the Big Five. It never was. It's a Big Four and a Giant, Humongous One.
It was the highlight of my career. The Ryder Cup is amazing. It is the most terrified I have ever been on a golf course.