The World Golf Hall of Fame induction ceremony will be hosted by Golf Channel personality David Feherty next month.
On the eve of the Players Championship, March 9, a ceremony will be place. At 7 p.m. ET, Golf Channel will broadcast the event live.
Tiger Woods, Tim Finchem, Susie Maxwell Berning, and the late Marion Hollins are among the four Hall of Fame inductees.
The event will take place at Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, at the PGA Tour’s new headquarters.
“As someone who has spent nearly his entire life around golf, I can attest directly that the highest conceivable accolade in our sport is the immortality reserved for members of the World Golf Hall of Fame,” Feherty said in a statement. “I’m ecstatic to be a part of what will be a historic evening as the Hall of Fame recognizes its new entrants in some tiny way.”
Peter Ueberroth and the late Dick Ferris will be honored at the Hall event with a newly designed lifetime achievement award. Renee Powell will also be honored with the inaugural Charlie Sifford Award for her contributions to golf diversity.
Since 2015, Emmy-nominated golf personality Feherty has worked with Golf Channel and NBC Sports.