L E’s Stories – Our Salute To Chris Evert: ” The Ice Maiden Of Tennis”

Bone Daddy, the original Sportsphile, was raised by a man who loved the tennis racquet and yellow balls….as he took them with him wherever he would go…..cuz being a corporate pilot who traveled all over the USA and Alaska while being a propeller plane pilot before switching to jet airplanes…while flying such “prop planes” such as…

L E’s Stories – “Legendary Sportscaster With An Eye For Beautiful Women” – The Life And Times Of Brent Musburger

Today’s story is about a legendary sportscaster…..who grew up with Bone Daddy, the original Sportphile, and his sports bar Madison Square Garden, The Sports Place at 302 E. 6th Street in downtown Austin, Texas during the mid- 1970’s….and on through the decade of the 1980’s….as both started out as infants in the business of sports….and grew into…

Golf – 1987 – Brent Musburger Update Of Who PGA Golfers Think Will Win NBA Finals Of Lakers Vs Celts

In this video seen herewith…..CBS Brent Musburger provides a “cut away” from his coverage of the 1987 NBA Finals between the Los Angeles Lakers verses the Boston Celtics broadcast to provide an update of the PGA Hartford Open Golf Classic….in which four different tour golfers…..Greg Norman, Nick Price, David Graham and Seve Ballesteros….each tell who they…

Golf – 1986 – Masters – Brent Musburger + Tom Weiskopf On The Turn Towards Home At Amen Corner On In

In this video seen herewith…..CBS’s Brent Musburger and Tom Weiskopf are already in The Butler Cabin at Augusta National Golf Club during the final round of the 1986 Masters Tournament…..as Weiskopf assess what the players face as they come to the 11th hole and are facing Amen Corner at the 11th, 12th and 13th holes before they head home…

Golf – 1986 – The Masters – CBS Brent Musburger Interviews Gary Player In The Butler Cabin At Augusta

The Player Foundation was established in Gary Player’s name in 1983 by his son, Marc Player….which began as an effort to provide education, nutrition, medical care and athletic activities, for a small community of disadvantaged children living on the outskirts of Johannesburg, South Africa. The Player Foundation has since blossomed into an organisation that circles…

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 – Augusta Chairman Hord Hardin Butler Cabin Interview With Sam Randolph

As we have written before…..we here at ImaSportsphile responsible for the posts on our site, have done enough different posts with Augusta National Golf Club Chairman Hord Hardin either doing interviews of dang near most all of the winners in the Butler Cabin at Augusta….who also got their green jacket after Mr. Hardin’s….as seen in…

Golf – 1986 – The Masters – Tom Weiskopf + Brent Musburger Butler Cabin Interview With Gary Player

Gary Player is one of the most successful golfers in history….while ranking third behind Roberto de Vicenzo and Sam Snead in total professional wins with at least 164….and is tied for fourth in major championship victories with nine…..who along with Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus is often referred to as one of “The Big Three” golfers of his era from the late 1950’s through the late…

Golf – 1986 – The Masters – Interview & Green Jacket Presentation With Hord Hardin + Brent Musburger

Talk about historic…this video of Hord Hardin, Chairman of Augusta National Golf Club welcoming newly crowned winner of the 1986 Masters Golf Tournament The Golden Bear himself….who had  turned back the hands of time….after winning his sixth Masters Tournament with a phenomenally clutch putt at the end of the tournament….heck, we here at ImaSportsphile can still see…