In advance of his one-man show at the F.M. Kirby Center in Wilkes-Barre, David Feherty talked to Bill O’Boyle about losing one of his crowns, the Masters and his fear the media will do to Jordan Spieth what it apparently did to his man Tiger.
Feherty said he hopes the media won’t follow Spieth’s every move. He said Spieth and Rory McIlroy are golf’s “two kids on white horses.”
Feherty said Woods played well at The Masters and, at times, not so well — not Tigeresque. And Woods also seemed, well, different than before.
“For a while there I wondered who he was and why this guy was wearing Tiger Woods’ clothes,” Feherty said.
“Tiger has been so incredible for the game of golf. He has generated so much interest and money for golf. And I still believe that when Tiger does play like Tiger, nobody else can win.”