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 – 1986 – Kemper Open – Sudden Death 4th Hole – Larry Mize Vs Greg Norman – With Pat Summerall

On Sunday, June 1, 1986 during Game 3 of the NBA Finals between the Boston Celtics verses the Houston Rockets….CBS Sports would break into their live game telecast to bring hole by hole updates of the sudden death playoff at the Kemper Open between Larry Mize and Greg Norman…..so this was the 4th interruption update….as…

Golf – 1986 – Kemper Open – Sudden Death 3rd Hole – Larry Mize + Greg Norman – With Pat Summerall

As the 1986 Kemper Open Golf Tournament moved into the 3rd hole of sudden death playoff between Larry Mize verses Greg Norman….it seems to be obvious that the first player to make a birdie would win…..and both players had makeable birdie putts….when Mize just lipped out on a 15 footer that kissed the lip of…

Golf – 1986 – Kemper Open – Sudden Death 2nd Hole – Larry Mize Vs Greg Norman – With Pat Summerall

These hole by hole highlights of the 1986 Kemper Open Golf Tournament sudden death playoff between Greg Norman verses Larry Mize were shown during the 1987 NBA Finals Game 3 between the Los Angeles Lakers verses Boston Celtics live program…..as CBS Brent Musburger would break into his NBA live telecast by switching back and forth…

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…

Golf – 1986 – Kemper Open – Highlights – Sudden Death Playoff 1st Hole – Larry Mize Vs Greg Norman

Larry Mize is an American professional golfer who played on the PGA Tour and currently plays on the Champions Tour…..who is best known for one career-defining shot….which was a chip from off the green at the 11th hole at Augusta to win the playoff for the 1987 Masters Tournament…..as his only major title.  Mize turned professional in 1980…..and from thereafter he finished in the top 125…

Golf – 1985 – Skins Game – Bob Goalby Interviews Nicklaus + Palmer + Watson + Zoeller At End Front 9

We at ImaSportsphile who are responsible for posting each of these video posts on our site….are simply of the opinion that any time a golfing enthusiast gets the opportunity to see an interview that includes three of the greatest golfers of all time….it becomes MUST SEE TV…..cuz it is truly rare golf footage when an…

Golf – 1985 – Skins Game – Vin Scully + Peter Jacobson Talk All Things Skins Game For Play On Back 9

In this video seen herewith…..NBC Sports 1985 Skins Game co-host Vin Scully and Peter Jacobson provide a wonderful look at the upcoming back nine competition between Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Tom Watson and Fuzzy Zoeller.   Peter Jacobsen is an American professional golfer and commentator on Golf Channel and NBC…..who  has played on the PGA Tour and the Champions Tour (prior Seniors Tour)…..while winning seven tournaments on…

Golf – 1986 – ESPN Sports Look Special Feature – With Roy Firestone And Guest PGA Golfer Mac OGrady

Mac O’Grady is an American professional golfer and golf teaching professional…. who played on the PGA Tour in the 1970’s and 1980’s….and also known mainly for his eccentric behavior and brash statements….in addition to his attending PGA Tour qualifying school 17 times before achieving his card….while during this time, he legally changed his name from Phil McGleno to Phillip McClelland O’Grady, and then to Mac…