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Ben Wright is an Emmy and Peabody award winning announcer for golf and many other sports broadcasts for CBS TV for 23 years, Ben Wright, though a native of England, resides in Flat Rock, North Carolina, a short distance from the course he designed: The Cliffs Valley located in Travelers Rest, SC.
Wright, who has attended major golf events since 1954 and has announced the world's best matches, including the Ryder Cup and the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club.
Wright designed and built the Cliffs Valley golf course, which opened for play in 1994. For the first four years of its inception, the BMW Charity Pro-Am at The Cliffs golf tournament was regarded as the premier event on the Nationwide Tour.
A prolific writer, Wright is a published author of two books: his autobiography Good Bounces and Bad Lies and Speak Wright. He served as Editor-at-Large for Links magazine and has been a contributing editor with his column "There I Was." Wright was awarded the MacGregor golf writing contest in both 1982 and 1989. He was also featured in Kevin Costner's successful golf film Tin Cup.
Since leaving CBS in November 1999, Wright has continued to regularly contribute to Canadian Television, write, commentate, and appear on various programs, prime time specials, and panel discussions.