Steve Flesch is a FOX Sports on-course reporter for the U.S. Open Championship.
ON THE COURSE
Flesch is a four-time winner on the PGA Tour currently competing in his 18th season. After playing collegiate golf at the University of Kentucky, he turned professional in 1990 and earned his PGA Tour card in 1997 after winning the Nike Tour Championship. The left-hander won PGA Tour Rookie of the Year the following year and notched his first professional win in 2003. Flesch has 62 top-10 finishes, including five in major championships.
IN THE BOOTH
Flesch began his broadcasting career at NBC’s the Golf Channel, working as an analyst across a variety of tournaments, including multiple major championships. It has not always been a seamless transition; at the 2014 PGA Championship Flesch was unexpectedly granted a spot in the field after being listed as the 93rd alternate, going from broadcasting to competing in a matter of minutes. Flesch has been a member of the FOX USGA team since 2015, serving in a variety of roles over the past three seasons. In 2019, he offers insight and analysis from the course at the U.S. Open Championship.
Flesch was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. A member of the golf team, he graduated from the University of Kentucky. He resides in Union, Ky.