Golf – 1987 – ABC Sports US Open Special – Al Trautwig Interview With Bernhard Langer On Fathers Day

Bernhard Langer is a German professional golfer….who is a two-time Masters champion….and was one of the world’s leading golfers throughout the 1980’s and 1990’s.  In 1986, Langer became the sport’s first official # 1 ranked player following the creation of the OWGR. Langer is one of five golfers who have won professional golf events on all six continents where golf is played…

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 – 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 – 1985 – CBS Sports Almanac With Pat Summerall – Highlights – Year In Golf In Review

Pat Summerall (May 10, 1930 – April 16, 2013) was an American football player and television sportscaster….who worked for CBS, Fox, and ESPN…..and in addition to his legendary  football broadcast career in which he worked with the likes of Chris Schenkel, Jim Gibbons, Jack Buck, Ray Scott, Jack Whitaker, Frank Gifford and of course, who could ever forget Summerall behind the mike with…

Golf – 1987 – ABC Sports US Open Special Feature – Al Trautwig Interview With Bernard Langer

DOG ASIDE: Bernhard Langer (born 27 August 1957) is a German professional golfer on the PGA Tour….where he has  been a two-time Masters champion….and was one of the world’s leading golfers throughout the 1980’s and 1990’s.  In 1986, he became the sport’s first official # 1 ranked player….who after turning 50, he established himself as one of the most successful…

Golf – 1985 – The Masters Tournament – 2nd Round – Host Brent Musburger + Tom Weiskopf

DOG COMMENTARY: The 1985 Masters Tournament was the 49th Masters Tournament….which was held April 11 – 14 at  Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia…..as Bernhard Langer won the first of his two major championships, both Masters, two strokes ahead of runners-up Seve Ballesteros, Raymond Floyd, and Curtis Strange. A score of 69 (−3) on Saturday put Floyd in the lead after 54 holes at 212 (−4)….with…

Golf – 1986 – 68th PGA Championship – 3rd Rnd + Final Round – Inverness Golf Club – Host Jim McKay

DOG COMMENTARY: The 1986 PGA Championship was the 68th PGA Championship….which was held August 7 – 11 at Inverness Club in Toledo, Ohio…..when Bob Tway won his only major championship with a two strokes victory over runner-up Greg Norman….who was the 54-hole leader by four strokes going into the final round.  Heavy rains on Sunday stopped play for the day in mid-afternoon….whereby In the final group, Norman and Tway…

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…

Golf – 1986 – Masters Tournament – Final Round – Hosts Brent Musburger + Tom Weiskoff

DOG COMMENTARY: This final round of the 1986 Masters Tournament….which was the 50th Masters Tournament….was held April 10–13 at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia…..as this day started out with Bernhard Langer and Greg Norman being tied for the lead at -6…..and it remained pretty much the same through the first 6 holes…..but by the 8th hole….Jack Nicklaus had begun…