Feherty talks about challenges being caddy for Tiger

CBS, Golf Channel and GOLF Magazine analyst David Feherty joined the show to talk about the upcoming WGC-Bridgestone Tournament.

Feherty said Tiger’s imminent future depends on the health of his knee. Feherty said the last time he saw Tiger, Tiger was eager to get out there but had to be careful.

“If it is 100 percent, I would say look out,” Feherty said.

Feherty also talked about Tiger firing Stevie Williams. “I can’t imagine anyone stepping into Stevie’s shoes, because he was much more than a caddy,” Feherty said.

Feherty said everything around Tiger is a circus, and Williams had to have eyes in the back of his head.

Feherty said that the organizers of the tournament may have done Tiger a favor by pairing him with Darren Clarke, a close friend. And Feherty has no issue with that. “It’s not a bad idea doing this guy a favor,” Feherty said.

Feherty also talked about Rory McIlroy’s statement that he will likely play more in America. Feherty said that McIlroy has a lot of security at his house in Northern Ireland. He has too many well-wishers. Feherty said that Clarke had to leave as well. Feherty said that Nick Price was the one guy who could handle all of that in Northern Ireland.




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