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NAPA, Calif. — Johnny Miller wants to make one thing perfectly clear: he hasn’t done an interview all year.
“If nothing else you have a rare interview,” he says.
For 29 years, if someone was choking during an NBC golf telecast you better believe that as lead analyst he was going to let the viewer know.
When Miller retired in 2019, the winner of 25 tournaments, including two majors, said he tried to emulate former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Don Meredith, who hung up his microphone for ABC’s Monday Night Football and disappeared from the spotlight.
Miller is more than happy to turn up for a golf fundraiser if he believes in the cause and still manages to do a few corporate gigs, but only the Fortinet Championship at his beloved Silverado Resort & Spa, where he is part of the ownership group and typically does a stint in the broadcast booth as well as hosts the trophy presentation, brings the 74-year-old World Golf Hall of Fame member around the life he’s done his best to leave behind.