9 Golfers We'd Love To See As Announcers\nDavid Duval's hiring as a Golf Channel studio analyst got us thinking: What other current players could have great careers in TV?\nPhil Mickelson\n\nHave you ever heard him miked up when talking to caddie Jim "Bones" Mackay\n\n during a tournament? The guy has been auditioning for this for years.\nTiger Woods\n\nPerhaps the most ardent -- and nomadic -- student of the game of today's players, Woods would have no shortage of in-depth technical swing analysis. You also never know when he might say something that has to be bleeped out.\nRocco Mediate\n\nSimply put, the man loves to talk. The only downside would be having to hear about how close he came to topping Tiger at Torrey on a weekly basis.\nGeoff Ogilvy\n\nAlways one to speak his mind on everything from fellow pros to golf course architecture\n\n, Ogilvy could be a Johnny Miller in the making. Also, TV just might run in the family. Through his marriage, the Aussie is related to Hall-of-Famer Judy Rankin.\nPaul Goydos\n\nNot an ounce of hubris in him, his self-deprecating sense of humor could be a nice change of pace from Johnny and Sir Nick.\nAndres Gonzales\n\nSomewhat of a sleeper when compared to the bigger names on this list, but have you read his Twitter timeline\n\n? Let's just say the guy is funny. If he can't stick on the PGA Tour, this could be a great backup career plan.\nJoe Ogilvie\n\nVery smart and opinionated, this economics major from Duke could even sprinkle some stock tips into the broadcast.\nBen Crane\n\nThe game's surprising king of comedy\n\n could certainly add a humorous touch to any telecast. We just hope he'd be able to make his on-camera delivery a little more quickly than he plays a typical golf shot.\nJeff Overton\n\nWhat he lacks in career wins (still looking for No. 1 despite a bunch of close calls), the Indiana University product would make up for in spirit. Plus, his Ryder Cup appearance also produced his own catchphrase: "Boom, baby!"