Sir Nick Faldo has been convinced to come out of retirement to commentate on the 2023 Masters for Sky Sports, according to a report.
Per The Daily Telegraph's Jamie Corrigan, Faldo, 65, will be in the booth exclusively for the broadcaster for the tradition unlike any other.
The last time we saw Faldo in the booth was during the PGA Tour's Wyndham Championship where he bid farewell to his lead analyst role for CBS.
Faldo's last victory at Augusta National came when Greg Norman famously capitulated despite holding a six-shot lead heading into the final round.
When Faldo announced his decision to retire there were rumours he had been offered a deal to join the LIV Golf broadcasts.
Faldo joked that Norman wouldn't want to see 'my boatrace' every day.
The decorated golfer has made absolutely no secret about what he thinks of LIV. In early January, he explained the tour was 'meaningless'.
He told Sky Sports Norman was a great, charismatic golfer but he ruined his legacy.
Faldo later added:
LIV Golf did eventually did swoop for a big broadcasting name in David Feherty.
Faldo was replaced in the CBS studio by fellow green jacket winner Trevor Immelman.
These days Faldo spends the majority of his time working on his farm in Montana.
Faldo will attend the Masters Champions' Dinner next Tuesday. He always reports back from the past champions' dinners.
The 2023 Masters is days away.
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