Golf – 1987 – Skins Game – Vin Scully Interviews Lee Trevino On Whether This Golf Course Is Too Hard

In this video herewith…..NBC’s Vin Scully, host for the 1987 PGA Skins Game featuring Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Fuzzy Zoeller and Lee Trevino…..provides the viewers with an insightful interview with The Supermex himself, Lee Trevino….as to whether this golf course at PGA Stadium West was too difficult of a course to play a skins match….to which Trevino…

Golf – 1987 – PGA Special – Jack Nicklaus Delivers Message Regarding Sportsmanship On The PGA Tour

In this video seen herewith….legendary golfer Jack Nicklaus expounds on the virtues of sportsmanship displayed by the players on the PGA Tour.  Sportsmanship is an aspiration or ethos that a sport or activity will be enjoyed for its own sake. This is with proper consideration for fairness, ethics, respect and a sense of fellowship with one’s competitors. A “sore loser” refers to one who does…

Golf + MLB – 1970 – Highlights – Tony Jacklin Wins US Open + Retirement Beloved MLB Ump Emmett Ashford

Emmett Ashford (November 23, 1914 – March 1, 1980), nicknamed Ash, was the first African American umpire in Major League Baseball….while working in the American League from 1966 to 1970.  By the early 1960’s, many West Coast sportswriters began to suggest that Ashford be promoted to the major leagues….so, in September 1965, Ashford’s contract was sold to the American League…..and Emmett made his debut at D.C. Stadium on April 11,…

Golf – 1986 – Masters Special – Pat Summerall Remembers Jack Nicklaus Historic Victory At Masters

The 1986 Masters Golf Tournament provided one of the most famous victories ever on the PGA Tour…..as 46 year old Jack Nicklaus won his 6th Masters Tournament….with four final holes that rival the best ever finishes in golf….and especially the Masters…..when The Golden Bear carded a birdie on the 15th…..followed by an eagle on the 16th….then…

Golf – 1986 – CBS Sports Special – A Journey Through Time – Jack Nicklaus Last Four Holes At Augusta

The last four holes that Jack Nicklaus played at Augusta in the 1986 Masters Tournament was so special that CBS Sports produced this video piece on their 1986 sports special A Journey Through Time ….which was hosted by sportscaster Tim Ryan…..as he pulled out a film from the vault….in which Pat Summerall narrates the what he called “the…

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 – 1979 – Hilites Legends Of Golf Sudden Death Playoff – A Wall + T Bolt Vs J Boros + de Vicenzo

This video is an absolute “blue diamond” in our treasure chest of vintage memories here at ImaSportsphile…..as not only was this 6 hole sudden death playoff at the 1979 Legends of Golf Tournament played at Onion Creek Country Club in Autin, Texas one of the greatest finishes to ANY professional golf championship ever played….but it also…

Golf – 1975 – US Open – Highlights Of Lou Graham Defeating John Mahaffey In Sudden Death Playoff

Lou Graham is an American professional golfer who won six PGA Tour tournaments including the 1975 U.S. Open….as most of his wins were in the 1970’s….after Graham joined the PGA Tour in September 1964.  His first win was at the Minnesota Golf Classic at Hazeltine National Golf Club in 1967 during his third full year on the tour….as Graham won again in 1972 at the Liggett Myers Open….which …