News & ToursFebruary 29, 2016

Report: Curtis Strange to join FOX Sports' USGA coverage

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Paul Azinger isn't the only big name making the move to FOX.

According to a report from Golfweek, two-time U.S. Open winner Curtis Strange will be joining FOX Sports' USGA coverage.

However, unlike his previous roles as a color man, Strange is signed to be an on-course reporter.

“I always felt like if I worked on course, I’d more appreciate their role just as I now appreciate a hole announcer now after working it for ESPN,” Strange said. “I always said if I ever went back to an analyst’s position, which I never will, I’d be a better analyst because you understand everybody else’s role in the system.”

Strange is still planning on working the 2016 Masters for ESPN, and will begin at FOX with the network's U.S. Amateur Four-Ball coverage in May. Strange will also be at this year's U.S. Open at Oakmont Country Club.


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