Figure Skating – 1986 – John Tesh Interview USA Brian Boitano Prior To Free Skate At The World Champ

Brian Boitano won the 1985 United States Figure Skating Championships….which was the first of his four titles….while at the first World Championships of the post-Hamilton era in 1985….that is when USSR Alexander Fadeev won….with CAN Brian Orser finishing 2nd….and Boitano 3rd….who had injured tendons in his right ankle a few weeks before the 1986 U.S. Championships….but went on to win his second national…

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 PGA Championship – ABCs Al Trautwig Interview With 4th Place Finisher D A Weibring

D. A. Weibring, is an American professional golfer….who has won numerous tournaments including won five PGA Tour events….with his first coming at the 1979 at Quad Cities…. which is an event he won three times…..as his last Tour victory was at the Canon Greater Hartford Open in 1996. Weibring had five top-10 finishes in major championships….with two  being at the PGA Championship….and one…

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 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 – 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…

Golf – 1986 – The Masters – CBSs Brent Musburger + Tom Weiskopf Butler Cabin Interview Of Jay Haas

Jay Haas is an American professional golfer formerly of the PGA Tour….who now plays on the PGA Tour Champions.  He turned professional in 1976….then had a solid career on the PGA Tour….while  winning nine times between 1978 and 1993….and had a resurgence in 2003….when he finished in the top 30 on the money list for the first time since 1995….while making the United…

Golf – 1986 – Kemper Open Sudden Death Playoff Winner Greg Norman – With Pat Summerall

Greg Norman earned more than $1 million five times on the U.S. PGA Tour….which included three Arnold Palmer Awards as the Tour’s leading money winner in 1986, 1990 and 1995…..as he was also the first person in Tour history to surpass $10 million in career earnings. He has 30 top-10 finishes in majors or more than 38% of those…

Golf – 1987 – US Open 3rd Rnd – Al Trautwig Interview Keith Clearwater At 1 Shot Off Ldr Tom Watson

Keith Clearwater is an American professional golfer who has won two tournaments on the PGA Tour…..as he turned pro in 1982…..and joined the PGA Tour in 1987…..when he won two tournaments on the PGA Tour in his rookie season of 1987…..as he won the prestigious Colonial National Invitation in the spring of that year with a 14 under par 266….which tied the previous tournament…