About the Book by John Feinstein Titled “Feherty: The Remarkably Funny and Tragic Journey of Golf’s David Feherty” and the Book by Michael Bamberger Titled “The Ball in the Air: A Golfing Adventure”

From a Wall Street Journal review by John Paul Newport headlined “‘Feherty’ and ‘The Ball in the Air” Review: Golf Can Be Funny”:

Anyone who follows professional golf knows that the experience is usually “mediated,” as academics like to say, by television commentators who analyze shots, predict the breaks in putts and add “color” to the game. Commentators can be banal, annoying and intrusive, it is true. But many are shrewd, and a few are genuinely amusing as well—indeed, colorful.