Ron Kroichick's obituary for Ken Venturi's hometown San Francisco Chronicle.
Doug Ferguson with the Associated Press obituary.
John Strege for GolfDigest.com.
Adam Schupak for Golfweek.com.
Bob Harig for ESPN.com.
Richard Goldstein files the New York Times obituary.
Jaime Diaz's column on Venturi's golfing genius prior to the Venturi WGHOF induction.
His Golf Digest My Shot.
**Golf Channel calls an audible and will re-broadcast Feherty's episode with Venturi on Monday, May 20th.
ORLANDO, Fla., May 19, 2013 – Monday at 10 p.m. ET, Golf Channel will air a special encore presentation of FEHERTY with Ken Venturi, the 2013 World Golf Hall-of-Fame Inductee who passed away Friday at the age of 82. Monday’s episode (which premiered in April, 2012) features Feherty traveling to Los Angeles for a stroll down memory lane with Venturi. Their engaging conversation covers the gamut of Venturi’s seven decades in golf that began in 1941, including friendships with golf legends Byron Nelson and Ben Hogan, becoming America’s finest amateur in the mid-1950s, freak injuries that led to his retirement; and how, despite dealing with an incurable stutter, destiny led him to be a commentator and analyst for CBS Sports.
Programming Note: Monday’s originally scheduled new episode of FEHERTY with LPGA professional Stacy Lewis will now premiere July 1 at 10 p.m. ET.