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The 1986 Masters was one of the most exciting and heartwarming events in recent sports history, as Jack Nicklaus gathered himself for one last hurrah. Home All Categories Sports & Outdoors Books The Greatest Masters: The 1986 Masters and Golf's Elite. ISBN13: 9780060158743. The Greatest Masters : The 1986 Masters and Golfs Elite.
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The Masters tournament has provided some of golf’s most memorable finishes-none more so than the improbable triumph by Jack Nicklaus in 1986. Twenty-five years later, many regard it as the most exciting Masters ever. Nicklaus, 46, was 160th on the PGA Tour money list. His last win in a major championship had been six years earlier. Many of his rivals on the tour thought he The Masters tournament has provided some of golf’s most memorable finishes-none more so than the improbable triumph by Jack Nicklaus in 1986.
Entering the 1986 Masters, most folks had written off the Golden Bear. But the winner of a record seventeen professional majors wasn't done yet. After a slow start, Nicklaus got in the hunt during the weekend, and he played the final nine holes in a 6-under-par 30. He roared past a who's who of top golfers that day to win his sixth Masters title-a record that still exists. Most experts agree that it was the most thrilling day of tournament golf ever played. And the voice of Jack Nicklaus shines as well, in an interview provided exclusively for the book.
The Masters is the greatest of golf’s four major championships; it’s beauty and potential for drama trumping the difficulty of the . Open, the history of the British Open and intensity of the PGA Championship. Held each spring in Georgia amidst Augusta National’s parade of Azeleas, Dogwoods and Magnolias, the Masters presents professional golf’s most beautiful pressure cooker. Memories of dramatic Masters moments loom large. From Gene Sarazen’s, ‘shot heard round the world’ in 1935 to Larry Mize stealing victory from the jaws of the Great White Shark in 1987 to Fred Couples’ ‘answered prayer’ in 1992 and Tiger Woods’ legendary romp around Augusta in 1997, the Masters has always provided compelling theater. Twenty-five years later. Although the subtitle of the book refers to Jack Nicklaus and his win in the 1986 Masters, much of the beginning of the book gives you a nice overview of the early years of the pro golf system and is a good refresher for those recalling some of the staples of the sport: Bobby Jones, Gene Sarazen, Ben Hogan, Sam Snead and others. He does, however seem to gloss over these people and their personalities.
Heading into the 1986 Masters, Jack Nicklaus was 46 years old and winding down his career. 25 years have passed since perhaps the greatest major championship in golf’s history. Is that possible? Heading into the 1986 Masters, Jack Nicklaus was 46 years old and winding down his career. He hadn’t won a PGA event in two years and hadn’t won a major in six years. I think the players now respect him more for what he has done and what he has meant to golf than they respect him for his game, said Pavin about Nicklaus. If I were going head to head with him, I wouldn’t be afraid of him or fear anything supernatural.