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Join Feherty for a night of great stories and as he puts it “god knows what really”! One of the most polarizing pundits in Golf today brings his world to Boston.
In 1997, Feherty retired from professional golf when offered a position as a golf commentator for CBS Sports. Thanks to his sharp wit and colorful personality, David has become golf’s most irrepressible personality and a viewer favorite. Feherty also hosts his own weekly show on Golf Channel titled, FEHERTY, a “half-interview, half-improv gabfest,” featuring guests such as former President Bill Clinton, Samuel L. Jackson, Charles Barkley, and Jack Welch. Feherty’s success extends beyond broadcasting. He has authored six books, with several making the New York Times “Best Sellers List.” Each is “chocked full with belly-busting humor,” including his latest The Power of Positive Idiocy. His popular monthly column on the back page of GOLF Magazine should be “read twice to exact every available laugh.” But for Feherty, his most fulfilling activities are on behalf of badly injured U.S. troops. In 2005, he was part of a Thanksgiving goodwill tour to Iraq and returned with a new mission, determined to do something to better the lives of those he calls “American heroes.” Subsequently, he founded the “Troops First Foundation,” which among other good deeds works with wounded soldiers who come home without limbs or have been severely disfigured.