Nick Faldo on winning six majors, working remotely, and his epic sweater collection
Nick Faldo's golf career as a player and broadcaster has taken him around the world. At the moment, however, he is an important part of the sport's television coverage, even though he remains in Orlando. Not that the fans noticed it.
The 14-year-old chemistry developed between the leading CBS golf analyst and stand partner Jim Nantz is so strong that viewers cannot see that Faldo worked remotely. Except when the six-time main champ joked about it - like when reporting on RBC's legacy on Sunday when Nantz was alone because storms caused a lag in the game. Not being on the go can have advantages.
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Faldo attended the Golf Digest podcast this week to discuss his new work arrangements and how busy he was by hosting two new shows for CBS Sports Network and a new partnership with a pair of SQAIRZ shoes. Faldo also commented on Bryson DeChambeau, his legendary career and his equally legendary sweater collection.
Sam Weinman and Daniel Rapaport also talk to me about Webb Simpson's recent Father's Day victory, an exciting comeback story on the Korn Ferry Tour, and an incredible act of generosity from an LPGA star. Please listen:
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