Mark Rolfing, who primarily serves as an on course reporter for NBC/Golf Channel tournament broadcasts, is one of the most versatile personalities in all of golf television having spent 25 years in TV. Rolfing works on NBC’s coverage of the PGA Tour, as well as events such as The Players Championship, U.S. Open, Ryder Cup and Presidents Cup. Rolfing also hosts and produces an innovative NBC golf, travel and adventure series called Global Golf Adventure.
Over the past two decades, Rolfing has emerged as one of the leading forces in sports event marketing and production in the State of Hawaii. He has served on the Hawaii Tourism Authority and was instrumental in establishing the PGA Tour Aloha Season. Rolfing was inducted into the Hawaii Golf Hall of Fame in 2000.
In 1995 Rolfing created the Golf Hawaii television show series that was broadcast on ESPN through 1999, prior to moving to the Golf Channel where it remained until 2010. Over the unprecedented 14 years of Golf Hawaii, 180 original Golf Hawaii shows and 700 re-airs were viewed by the U.S. national cable audience and was seen globally in 20 countries. In 2010 Rolfing expanded and evolved the long ‐time Hawaii series into a network television global golf, travel and adventure show called Global Golf Adventure for broadcast on NBC Sports.