David Feherty calls Patrick Reed Captain Oblivious

Let’s face it, four rounds of golf coverage on television can sometimes get bland. Thousands of shots and throws drawn in four days can give an apology to the nap even to the most demanding golf fans. But as soon as you start napping in your lazy boy, David Feherty’s impassive Northern Ireland voice picks you up. How could you not wake up when you laugh so much?

For almost 25 years, Feherty has been providing golf enthusiasts with analysis and entertainment. More specifically, direct analysis and fun entertainment.

We recently joined the ex-golf tour turned professional analyst turned into talk show host for a Quick Nine as he prepares to kick off Season 10 of Feherty on the golf canal. Feherty was as sincere as ever talking about his personal wish list for guests on his talk show, how he knew that Rory McIlroy would go well after the 2011 Masters and Patrick Reed, the only boy on tour who had almost left him without words.

YES: David, we are entering the Florida swing, which officially begins the transition to the Masters. Is there a player who is ready to race in the next two weeks and become Augusta’s favorite?

David Feherty: Rory is what I think about. He’s playing well, of course, and the Masters is what interests him most for sure.


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