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 – Skins Game – Peter Jacobsen Interviews Palmer + NIcklaus + Trevino + Zoeller B4 Back 9

The video interview by NBC’s Peter Jacobsen of the 1987 PGA Skins Game participants Lee Trevino, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Fuzzy Zoeller takes place on the 2nd day of competition on the back nine…..as the celebrated foursome ready themselves for play at hole # 10.  This particular interview is quite enjoyable….especially when Jacobsen asks…

Golf – 1987 – Skins Game – Lee Trevino Holes Out 2nd Shot On 3rd Hole To Win $55K Skin + Interview

Golfer Lee Trevino….known as Supermex around most of Texas….was one of the most engaging golfers ….and one of the best shot-makers to ever grace the PGA Tour….for he had an infectious personality that attracted fans like “catnip draws cats”…..as he supercharged them with “fun and frolicking” every time they followed him around the course….for he was truly a…

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 – 1987 – US Open – Final Round – Jim McKay In Play Interview Jack Nicklaus On Hows The Course

In 1946, Jim McKay took a position with The Baltimore Evening Sun newspaper as a police reporter….and was promoted to aviation reporter….then in 1947, Jim McKay gave up his job as a reporter for The Evening Sun to join that same organization’s new TV station WMAR-TV….as his was the first voice ever heard on television in Baltimore…..as McKay remained with the station…

Golf – 1987 – Skins Game – NBC Vin Scully Interview With Jack Nicklaus On Affects Of Age In Golf

Jack Nicklaus was born in Columbus, Ohio and grew up in the suburb of Upper Arlington….who is of German descent and the son of Helen (Schoener) and Charlie Nicklaus, a pharmacist who ran several businesses named Nicklaus Drug Store…..as Charlie was a skilled all-round athlete who had played football for the Ohio State Buckeyes….and had gone on to play semi-professional football under…

Golf – 1977 – Jim McKay Highlights Golf Stars Of The 1970s + 1977 British Open Of Nickalus Vs Watson

The 1977 British Open Championship was the 106th Open Championship….which was held July 6 – 9 on the Ailsa Course at Turnberry, Scotland…..where Tom Watson won the 2nd of his five British Open titles by one stroke over runner-up Jack Nicklaus…..as seen in the highlights in this video seen herewith.  The two golf legends played together in the final two rounds….while separating themselves from the…

Golf – 1987 – US Open – Al Trautwig + Eventual Winner Scott Simpson Watch Tom Watson Attempt To Tie

ABC’s Al Trautwig and eventual winner of the 1987 US Open Golf Tournament at Olympic Club in San Francisco sit in the interview booth and watch the twosome of Tom Watson and Keith Clearwater play the final hole…..with Watson needing a birdie to tie Simpson for the lead…..as the action is called by Jim McKay…

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…