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Chronicles of a Champion Golfer

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Profiling the careers of some of golf's greats.

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Chronicling the life and times of Jack Nicklaus, the Golden Bear, the American golfer who won a remarkable 18 majors during a glittering career at the top of the game.
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Padraig Harrington won The Open in 2007 and 2008 to become the first Irishman to win The Open in 60 years.
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Henrik Stenson holds off Phil Mickelson to win The Open in 2015 for the first male major championship from the country of Sweden.
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Ranking third all-time in professional golf wins, Gary Player has won all over the globe.
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Trevino's excellent play results in two wins at The Open.
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Englishman Sir Nick Faldo become known as one of the greatest players of his generation, partly due to his stellar play at The Open.
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Reliving the experience of Rory Mcllroy holding off Sergio Garcia and Rickie Fowler in a rain drenched final round to win his first Open.
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Tiger Woods talks candidly about his 20-year career in The Open, including his relationship with his parents, the impact of his father's death, breaking records and what the future holds.
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Tom Watson crossed the Atlantic to win the hearts of the British. A personal reveal of epic battles, agonizing disappointment and what made Watson The Open's greatest champion.
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Two-time winner of the Open Championship, Greg Norman dominated golf by winning 91 titles, yet some consider him an underachiever.
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A look at the life and times of champion golfer Darren Clarke. The current Europe Ryder Cup captain was the 2011 Open champion.
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Despite putting yips, being in the shadow of a Tiger, Ernie Els triumphed at The Open twice.
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Profiling the careers of some of golf's greats.
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1999 Open Championship winner at Carnoustie, Paul Lawrie.