Looking to step back in his role as CBS consultant, British Nick Faldo returns to the world of golf with a new cap for the DP World Tour.
“A real honor” This is how Sir Nick Faldo interpreted the news that he would be responsible for the fate of the world. British mastersOne of the historical tournaments of the DP World Tour.
A few months ago, the British six-time major winner left the comment box emotionally to retreat to his farm and adopt a more peaceful pace of life.
Will be missed: Thank you Nick Faldo! pic.twitter.com/QUx61Z9m5e
— Legion of Dahmen (@dahmen_legion) August 7, 2022
However, the 65-year-old Faldo felt ready to wear a new costume in the professional world and was the host of the British Masters for 5 years.
I have really BIG news…
I will be hosting The 🇬🇧 Betfred British Masters for the next 5 years.
I have so many great memories from my Ryder Cup days at The Belfry, it’s an honor to host this prestigious event. See you there! ⛳️ pic.twitter.com/fmhsuiOv1U
—Sir Nick Faldo (@NickFaldo006) January 16, 2023
house in the bell tower
The event takes place at the legendary Belfry track in Sutton Coldfield, near Birmingham, where many editions of the Ryder Cup were held before the European Tour decided that the European Tour would travel around Europe.
Faldo has appeared in three of the four Ryder Cups held on this course in 1985, 1989 and 1993.
He also won the British Masters on the Woburn course in 1989.
“It is a real honor to have the opportunity to host Betfred British Masters, especially in such an iconic venue as The Belfry. It’s a course with a history intertwined with British and European golf, and we’ve had incredible times there in the past.”
a knight in Montana
After 16 years on CBS, Faldo said a touching farewell to the Wyndham Championship in August and now lives on a ranch in Montana with his wife, Lindsay.
The actress, who was knighted by Queen Elizabeth in 2009, regularly posts videos of her enjoying her new lifestyle.
That doesn’t stop him from feeling some strong emotions, like when a bear says he’s climbed the fence of his property.
—Faldo Farm (@FaldoFarmMTUSA) January 6, 2023
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