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One for the Ages : Jack Nicklaus and the 1986 Masters
by Tom Clavin


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The Masters tournament has provided some of golf s most memorable finishesnone 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.  Read more...


 
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Overview

The Masters tournament has provided some of golf s most memorable finishesnone 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 was well on his way to being washed up.

But for Nicklaus, the Masters was an opportunity for redemption. The somewhat tarnished Golden Bear, with his eldest son, Jackie, as his caddy, hung on for the first three rounds. Then it was Sunday. Ballesteros, Norman, Kite, Watson, and others were ahead of him. During the afternoon, he charged."

One for the Ages "is the pulse-pounding story of the most glorious moment in Jack Nicklaus s career. It is also a celebration of the Masters, arguably the most prestigious tournament in golf, and its world-class players, who clashed during a golden weekend in Augusta until only one man, with his son at his side, was left standing."

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9781569767054
  • ISBN-10: 156976705X
  • Publisher: Chicago Review Press
  • Publish Date: March 2011
  • Page Count: 228


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