Curtis Strange

Golf Analyst & Reporter

OVERVIEW

Two-time U.S. Open champion, and the last person to win the championship in back-to-back years, Curtis Strange serves as an analyst and on-course reporter for FOX Sports’ coverage of the USGA.

ON THE COURSE

A two-time U.S. Open champion and the last man to win the championship back-to-back (1988, 1989), Curtis Strange is a veteran of more than two decades on the PGA Tour. Considered one of professional golf’s premier competitors throughout the 1980s, Strange nabbed 16 of his 17 career tournament victories during that decade. In 1988, Strange notched a career-high four tournament victories and PGA Tour Player of the Year honors. That same year, Strange also became the first player to top the $1 million earnings mark in a single season.

ON THE MIC

In 1995, Strange made his first foray into broadcasting as an analyst for ABC. He served in that role until 2004 and then rejoined ESPN/ABC in 2008. During those separate stints, Strange gained experience calling three of the four major championships – the Masters, the U.S. Open and The Open Championship – in addition to the 2010 and 2012 Ryder Cups.

AT FOX SPORTS

Strange made his debut with FOX Sports in 2016 at the Men’s Amateur Four-Ball at Winged Foot Golf Club, serving as an analyst and on-course reporter for much of the network’s USGA coverage. He returns to the mic this season at the 117th U.S. Open Championship at Erin Hills, the U.S. Senior Open at Salem Country Club and the U.S. Amateur Championship at The Riviera Country Club.