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Nick Faldo will make a rare PGA TOUR start this week at The Greenbrier Classic.
Most of Faldo's time is being spent in the broadcasting booth these days, but he's set to give it a go at The Greenbrier Resort. He was first introduced to the resort at the 1979 Ryder Cup, and he fell in love with the property. With the Greenbrier Faldo Golf Center on-site, Faldo owning a cabin on the property, and The Greenbrier Sporting Club being a part of Faldo's residential offerings, it's safe to say he spends a lot of time at the resort. The course familiarity will be high, which makes him a sneaky play in the deeper formats. Jul 2 - 9:29 AM
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Nick Faldo will tee it up in the RBC Heritage for the first time since missing the cut in 2006.

The winner of the 1984 edition at Harbour Town Golf Links hasn't cracked a top 25 on Hilton Head Island since his T4 in 1995. He rarely makes PGA TOUR appearances outside his seat in the CBS television booth these days. In fact, with the exception of the Open Championship, that 2006 Heritage was his most recent start in a non-major on the PGA TOUR.
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Apr 14 - 8:30 PM

Nick Faldo is planning to tee it up at The Open Championship on July 18-21.

Faldo will turn 56 years of age the same day as the opening round. He hasn't played a PGA TOUR event since missing the cut at St. Andrews in 2010. He hasn't survived a cut in 2006, and he's just 2-for-2 on the Champions Tour, electing to devote his time to other ventures including his broadcasting. "I’ve been fighting it for years," he told CNN. "I was in the gym (last) Monday, and it suddenly just hit me. I thought, ‘Come on, this is one more walk,’ and I’ll probably never get a chance to walk at Muirfield."
Tue, May 14, 2013 04:31:00 PM

Nick Faldo recaptured some of the old magic to shoot a 68 for a share of the lead in his Champions Tour debut.

Faldo, a six-time major champion who turned 50 last week, made six birdies in the first round of the Senior British Open at Muirfield in Gullane Scotland, where he won two of his three Opens (1987 and 1992). By his own admission his game has waned since a commitment to golf announcing, and he has only played one tournament on the PGA Tour this year, missing the cut by six shots in the British Open at Carnoustie.
Fri, Jul 27, 2007 06:48:00 AM

Faldo (+11) looks like he is going home for the weekend.

Faldo will need a miracle at this point to make the cut. The course seemed to be set up for Faldo's game but it just wasn't his day.
Thu, Jun 17, 2004 06:49:00 PM