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A RETURN OF THE WRIGHT STUFF? GOLF ANALYST COULD BE BACK
Published May 12, 1998
The reputation rehabilitation of former CBS golf broadcaster Ben Wright "is moving along nicely," according to "The Forecaddie" in GOLFWEEK. Wright signed a book deal with Sleeping Bear Press to write his autobiography, and "word is circulating that Wright," who was suspended by CBS in December '95 after "insensitive remarks about women golfers were attributed to him, is drawing interest from other TV entities." Wright's CBS contract is up at the end of the year, but no deals are "imminent" (GOLFWEEK, 5/9).