1960 Masters Final RD (04-10-60) - A young Arnold Palmer, puffing away on cigarettes, birdies the last two holes to win his
second Green Jacket. Besides seeing Arnie in his prime, the coverage also includes shots by an aging Bobby Jones, and some
young amateur named Jack Nicklaus, who announcer Jim McKay says he thinks we'll be hearing a lot from him in the future".
(re-broadcast, colorized... includes the CBS special called Fantastic Finishes at The Masters AND HBO Documentary "Back
Nine at Cherry Hills - The Legends of the 1960 U.S. Open"
1966 US Open Final 4th RD & Playoff - @ Olympic club - Billy Casper defeats Arnold Palmer (Palmer had a 7 stroke lead
at the turn) - ESPN Classic color Rebroadcast of ABC telecast with Jim McKay and Chris Shenkle doing the play by play (2 hours)
1967 US Open Final 4th RD - @ Baltusrol Golf Club - Jack Nicklaus wins - ESPN Classic color Rebroadcast of ABC telecast
with Jim McKay and Chris Shenkle doing the play by play (2 hours)
1968 US Open Final 4th RD - @ Oak Hills Country Club - Lee Trevino wins - ESPN Classic color Rebroadcast of ABC telecast
with Byron Nelson and Chris Shenkle doing the play by play (2 hours)
1973 US Open Final 4th RD - @ Oakmont Country Club - Johnny Miller defeats John Schlee (Miller's classic 63 final round;
coverage end when Miller finishes) - ESPN Classic color Rebroadcast of ABC telecast with Byron Nelson and Chris Shenkle doing
the play by play (2 hours)
1986 Masters Final RD (05-13-86) - Jack Nicklaus takes the Masters in thrilling fashion to win his 20th major title. He
did so with a dramatic record tying score of 30 on the back nine en route to a great 65. Coming back from as far back as 9th
place Nicklaus beat an impressive group of players to win his record 6th green jacket. Greg Norman birdied 14, 15, 16 and
17 before bogeying 18 to fall out of a tie, while Tom Kite missed a 72nd-hole birdie putt that would have tied Nicklaus. Jack
Nicklaus becomes the oldest player to win the Masters.
1992 MJ Celebritity Gold Tournament - Edited heavy and mainly just shows MJs shots
1994 US Amatuer Championship - Woods wins his first US amateur title by defeating Steve Scott - Golf Channel HD Classics
rebroadcast of final round (quality 9)
1995 US Amatuer Championship - Woods wins his second consecutive US amateur title defeating "Buddy" Marucci
- Golf Channel HD Classics rebroadcast of final round (quality 9)
1996 US Amatuer Championship - Woods wins his third consecutive US amateur title defeating Hank Kuehne - Golf Channel
HD Classics rebroadcast of final round (quality 9)
1996 Masters 3rd Rd - Nick Faldo wins while Greg Norman chokes
1996 Masters 4th Rd - Nick Faldo wins while Greg Norman chokes
1997 Masters Final RD - Tiger Woods wins his first Masters in a dominating preformance - original broadcast, partial broadcast
that shows Tiger on 5th, 6th, 15th, 16th, 17th and 18th holes (1hr 7 mins) (Quality 8.5)
1997 CBS Tiger Woods Documentary - "Son, Hero & Champion"
1998 Johnny Walker Classic 4th RD and playoff - Woods starts the day 8 shots behind Ernie Els and comes back to force
playoff - rebroadcast
1999 Bob Hope Classic Golf Tournament w/MJ - Added January, 2014
1999 Ryder Cup - @ Brookline US 14 1/2 - 13 1/2 Europe (Greatest Final Day comeback in history) Final Day
1999 PGA Championship 4th RD - Woods beats Sergio Garcia at Medinah
1999 British Open 4th RD and Playoff - Paul Lawrie defeats Justin Leonard and Jean Van de Velde (classic collapse on the
2000 PGA Championship 4th RD and playoff - Woods defeats Bob May in a playoff
2001 Masters 4th RD - Tiger defeats David Duval to complete the Tiger Slam
2002 Masters 4th RD - Tiger Woods defeats Retief Goosen
2005 Masters 4th RD and playoff - Tiger Woods defeats Chris DiMarco in a playoff
2008 US Open 4th RD - Woods wins with bum knee. He forces 18 hole playoff the next day as he sinks long do or die birdie!
- nearly 6 hours of final rd coverage.