Golf – 1987 – ABC Sports US Open Special – Jack Whitaker Sums Up U S Open As A Reversal To The Norm

Jack Whitaker entered network sports in 1961 at CBS….where he did play-by-play for the Philadelphia Eagles of the NFL….and hosted the anthology series CBS Sports Spectacular among other duties….as he worked for CBS for more than two decades…..where he is probably best remembered for his coverage of golf and horse racing…..as he covered thoroughbred racing’s Triple Crown Events….golf’s four major championships….the very first Super Bowl….championship boxing title fights….the National Professional Soccer League in…

Golf – 1986 – The Masters – Special Feature – A Tradition Unlike Any Other – With Brent Musburger

This video is a very special piece of footage…..especially for golf enthusiasts like we are here at ImaSportsphile….as CBS’s legendary sportscaster Brent Musburger narrates A Tradition Unlike Any Other….which was the intro to CBS Sports final round of the 1986 Masters….which is without doubt, one of the truly historic moments in all of sport….not just golf….as…

Golf – 1986 – The Masters – Brent Musburger Provides A Wonderful Walk Down Memory Lane Of Champions

We at ImaSportsphile just love the videos that provide highlights of “a walk down memory lane” for an event as notable as the Masters Golf Tournament….cuz so many great moments in golf and legendary golfers are featured in such videos….even if it is just one minute and a half stroll…..as seen in this CBS special…

Golf – 1986 – The Masters Final Round – Ben Wright Interviews Greg Norman + Ben Crenshaw Makes Bird

In 1986, golfer Greg Norman’s 11 worldwide victories that year included four wins in Australia and two regular PGA Tour events….at the Panasonic Las Vegas Invitational…..and the Kemper Open (for the second time)….but 1986 is remembered for the Norman Slam or the Saturday Slam.….when Norman held the lead for all four majors through 54 holes. This meant he played in the final…

Golf – 1985 – Masters Tournament Highlights + Bernhard Langer In Butler Cabin With Hord Hardin & Brent Musburger

This video seen herewith takes place in The Butler Cabin at Augusta National Golf Club after play had finished in the 1983 Masters….as this historic interview with Augusta National Club Chairman Hord Hardin and CBS Brent Musburger talking with low amateur winner Sam Randolph and Masters winner Bernhard Langer….who was the 1st German and only the 3rd…

Golf – 1984 – SIs Sportsman Of The Year Award Show – Candidates From Golf – With Host Merlin Olsen

The 1984 Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year Awards Show was hosted by NFL sportscaster Merlin Olsen…..as he introduced the candidates for the award from golf…..which included LPGA Patty Sheehan as winner of the Women’s US Open….along with PGA’s Ben Crenshaw, who won the green jacket at the Masters Tournament…..plus, Seve Ballesteros, the winner of the 1984…

Golf – 1984 – CBS Pat O’Brien Profiles The Career Of Ben Crenshaw – A Favorite Son Of Austin Texas

Ben Crenshaw is a retired American professional golfer….who has won 19 events on the PGA Tour….which includes two major championships…..after winning the Masters Tournament in 1984 and 1995.  Crenshaw was born in Austin, Texas….and attended and played golf at Austin High School and the University of Texas….where he won three NCAA Championships from 1971 to 1973.  He turned professional in 1973….and became the second player in Tour history to win…

Golf – 1984 – Special – Career Profile Of Ben Crenshaw + His Battle With Tom Kite At 1984 Masters

DOG ASIDE: Ben Daniel Crenshaw (born January 11, 1952) is a retired American professional golfer….who has won 19 events on the PGA Tour….including two Masters Tournament in 1984 and 1995. He is nicknamed Gentle Ben. Born in Austin, Texas, Crenshaw attended and played golf at Austin High School and the University of Texas…..where along with teammate Tom Kite, their team won three NCAA Championships from 1971…

Golf – 1987 – Masters Golf Championship – Final Round – Larry Mize + Seve Ballesteros + Greg Norman

DOG COMMENTARY: The 1987 U.S. Open was the 87th U.S. Open, held June 18–21 at the Olympic Club in San Francisco, California. Scott Simpsonpassed and held off 1982 champion Tom Watson on the Lake Course to win his only major title by one stroke. Eleven former champions were in the field and only four made the 36-hole cut. This was the third U.S. Open at the Lake Course of the Olympic…