Golf's Greatest Ever Moments


Golf's Greatest Ever Moments (DVD) Golf
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  • Title : Golf's Greatest Ever Moments
  • Running time: Appx. 130 minutes
  • Date of airing / In cinema : 2008
  • Listing date : 20 Oct 2011
  • Disc Qty : 1 pcs
  • Weight : 150(g)

  • Synopsis
  • Steve Rider presents an incredible selection of 35 of golf's greatest ever moments. From the epic duels of Watson and Nicklaus and the Ryder Cups to the amazing Finishes of Gary Player (his 64 final round to win the '78 Masters is still the lowest winning final round) and Peter O'Malley (his Eagle-Birdie-Birdie-e-Birdie Eagle finish to win the 1992 Scottish Open will probably never be matched).

    Steve also looks at the great breakthrough victories, none more famous than John Daly's at Crooked Stick 1991 and Phil Mickelson's extraordinary success at the 2004 Masters.

    Add in some of the spectacular highs of the hole-out heroes - Larry Mize, Lee Trevino and Tom Watson amongst them - and contrast with the horror stories of Jean Van de Velde, Thomas Bjorn, Doug Sanders and others, and we see the complete range of emotions that can befall the greatest of players.

  • Synopsis
  • Steve Rider presents an incredible selection of 35 of golf's greatest ever moments. From the epic duels of Watson and Nicklaus and the Ryder Cups to the amazing Finishes of Gary Player (his 64 final round to win the '78 Masters is still the lowest winning final round) and Peter O'Malley (his Eagle-Birdie-Birdie-e-Birdie Eagle finish to win the 1992 Scottish Open will probably never be matched).

    Steve also looks at the great breakthrough victories, none more famous than John Daly's at Crooked Stick 1991 and Phil Mickelson's extraordinary success at the 2004 Masters.

    Add in some of the spectacular highs of the hole-out heroes - Larry Mize, Lee Trevino and Tom Watson amongst them - and contrast with the horror stories of Jean Van de Velde, Thomas Bjorn, Doug Sanders and others, and we see the complete range of emotions that can befall the greatest of players.