Sir Nick Faldo may not be returning to the commentary booth but the decorated golfer has a new job.
The British Masters is currently staged at The Belfry in Sutton Coldfield.
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Faldo has a storied relationship with the track having participated in three of four Ryder Cups that were held there in 1985, 1989 and 1993.
He triumphed at the British Masters when it was held at Woburn in 1989, a year after he came second to Sandy Lyle.
Six-time major champion Faldo said:
The reigning champion of the is Denmark's Thorbjorn Olesen.
Olesen put off-course controversy behind him by finishing eagle-birdie to claim the title last May.
The 2023 British Masters will be played over June 29 – July 2 at the Brabazon Course.
Faldo's farm life...
Faldo retired from the commentary booth after 16 years with CBS.
He now lives on a farm in Montana with his wife Lindsay, frequently posting video updates of his new life.
Faldo told the Times: "We thought we'd get some mini cows but ended up with a dog that licks the dishwasher."
He said he has plans to add some alpacas and llamas as he revealed a bear has already scaled the fence.
"It's a slightly different world but it's taken me back to being a kid. It's a full circle," he added.
In life there is a first day for everything. pic.twitter.com/zKcTUMFsAb— Faldo Farm (@FaldoFarmMTUSA) January 1, 2023
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