Men’s Golf Analyst

Nick Faldo serves as a men’s golf analyst for the 2016 Olympic Games. With golf’s return to the Olympics after a more than 100-year absence, Rio is Faldo’s first Olympics with NBC Sports Group.

Faldo currently serves as a lead analyst for the PGA Tour on CBS and the Golf Channel. He previously served as a commentator for ABC Sports in 2005 and 2006. During his 30-year career as a professional golfer, Faldo won six Major championships, has more than 40 tournament victories and ranked as the world’s number one golfer for a total of 98 weeks. Regarded as one of the most successful Britain golfers, Faldo received a knighthood from Queen Elizabeth II in November 2009.

Faldo started his career taking lessons at Welwyn Garden City with a set of clubs borrowed from his next-door neighbor. In addition to his work as a commentator, Faldo operates Faldo Golf Institute at Marriott Grande Vista Resort in Orlando, Fla., and Faldo Design, a growing course-design company.