1986 Masters Tournament Final Round Broadcast

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  • Watch the complete final round broadcast of the 1986 Masters. 46-year-old Jack Nicklaus comes from behind on Sunday to win his record sixth Masters by one stroke over Tom Kite and Greg Norman.
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  • Recon 0326
    Recon 0326 Il y a mois

    2:46:01. Many say pressure got him but look at that right foot slip on the downswing.

  • Devlins10
    Devlins10 Il y a mois

    To believe Jack had a chance in 98 was crazy!

  • Mike Misses The Fairway
    Mike Misses The Fairway Il y a 2 mois

    Nantz was so young.

  • brandon D
    brandon D Il y a 2 mois

    Ken Venturi was an idiot

  • InConTruth
    InConTruth Il y a 2 mois

    I love FRclip

  • Phaedo13
    Phaedo13 Il y a 2 mois +4

    What Tiger did in 2019 was amazing, but this performance I feel is slightly more spectacular

  • Carlos Lugo
    Carlos Lugo Il y a 2 mois

    They didnt show seve eagle on 8.

  • JoefromNJ1
    JoefromNJ1 Il y a 3 mois +3

    greg norman looks like the guy in die hard who comes back to life at the end.

  • jodie4609
    jodie4609 Il y a 3 mois +1

    Now correct me if am wrong I don't see jack Nicklaus on here anywhere

  • Dave Frattaroli
    Dave Frattaroli Il y a 3 mois

    At 1:55:10 Vern says Jack is prowling after his 20th major win. Did I miss something?? He currently has 18 which means he had 17 at the time.

  • Nicole Veith
    Nicole Veith Il y a 3 mois

    The joy of the men escorting Nicklaus after the win tells me everything about Nicklaus. They clearly loved the man. Probably knew him for the decades he had played and they had worked.

  • ylekiote99999
    ylekiote99999 Il y a 3 mois

    I remember watching this live in 1986 and my buddies came over and kidnapped me from my house to go and do something stupid. It was around when Jack was on the 7th hole. I always regretted missing watching this. So thankful that I can now watch it in its entirety like I should have 33 years ago:).

  • Diego Juárez
    Diego Juárez Il y a 3 mois

    Jim Nantz🤯🤯🤯he still had the face of a child! Who would’ve thought that Jim Nantz would become the face of CBS when they only have the Masters and March Madness in the mid-late 90s and of course, the face of cbs during the 21st century.

  • John
    John Il y a 3 mois

    Greg Norman giving us a taste of what he was to achieve exactly ten years later.

  • Jim M.
    Jim M. Il y a 3 mois

    Seve was always total class.

  • Stephen Doty
    Stephen Doty Il y a 3 mois

    2:46:01 Mr. Clutch shows how to play an approach shot on 18! Are you taking notes, Nick Faldo?

  • Cole Thornton
    Cole Thornton Il y a 3 mois +1

    Months later, Venturi and Summerall were doing another telecast when Pat alluded to Nicklaus' Masters win. Kenny told Pat that Jack's win didn't happen. We just imagined it did. Great line.

  • Cole Thornton
    Cole Thornton Il y a 3 mois +1

    1:10:34 A perfect strike by Jack. That poor golf ball.

  • Stephen Doty
    Stephen Doty Il y a 3 mois

    2:06:15 the famous birdie putt on 17 for the sole lead.

  • Stephen Doty
    Stephen Doty Il y a 3 mois

    How come Greg Norman didn't win?

  • Stephen Doty
    Stephen Doty Il y a 3 mois

    1:54:21, Seve, the leader, just has to chip it over the water here... Can he make it? Let's see.

  • Stephen Doty
    Stephen Doty Il y a 3 mois

    Great idea for an upload. Thx.

  • bobthearm47
    bobthearm47 Il y a 4 mois +3

    22:01 First mention of Jack Nicklaus. He came COMPLETELY out of nowhere.

  • ThePretzelHead
    ThePretzelHead Il y a 4 mois

    The quality of video and audio is outstanding. What a joy

  • timwalkersings
    timwalkersings Il y a 4 mois

    Gary Player is the man.

  • John Sheldon
    John Sheldon Il y a 4 mois +2

    1986: " . . . . New, large bladed putter Jack's using looks awkward . . . "
    2019: "Bro hold my craft beer"

    • Recon 0326
      Recon 0326 Il y a 2 mois +2

      Imagine if the 80s golfers pulled out the space ship looking putters of today back then. They would have been mocked horribly lol

  • Ronnie Hill
    Ronnie Hill Il y a 4 mois

    51:24 They now call that a "Tiger. Roar." Fun fact.

  • MrCshank
    MrCshank Il y a 4 mois

    They must have said it was his 20th Major 20 times over the course of the broadcast. So why does the historical record say he has 18?

    • Jason Gall
      Jason Gall Il y a 4 mois +1

      They used to count the US Amateur as a major. Around the late 90's they changed the standard.

  • William Kreuder
    William Kreuder Il y a 4 mois +1

    Before anyone said BABA BOOEY!!!! during a drive!

    • Recon 0326
      Recon 0326 Il y a 2 mois +2

      Back when spectators had respect and weren't drunk college douchebags

  • BillVol
    BillVol Il y a 4 mois +2

    NO doubt the GOAT!

  • shivas65
    shivas65 Il y a 4 mois +1

    Tom Weiskopf saying "I'm for you, Jack" after the putt on 17 is one of the coolest things i've ever heard an announcer say.

  • Tony Laughlin
    Tony Laughlin Il y a 4 mois +2

    Pat Summerhall and Ken Venturi, classic!!

  • Reef Guy
    Reef Guy Il y a 4 mois

    2:30:57 - "Seve will win more that 2 green jackets" - wrong, Sadly he passed away...RIP Seve

  • Al Depantchu
    Al Depantchu Il y a 4 mois +1

    Listen to the sound when Nicklaus connects. It is more pure than the other players.

  • Martin Kelly
    Martin Kelly Il y a 4 mois +2

    Norman, greatest choker in golf.

    • Dennis Dobin
      Dennis Dobin Il y a 24 jours

      How many birdie on the back nine?200 yd out with 4 iron hardly choking.

  • bubba gump
    bubba gump Il y a 4 mois

    Tom Weiskopf hated Jack Nicklaus, so much. Just listen to him. He never got over the 1975 Masters loss to Jack.

  • trackside77
    trackside77 Il y a 4 mois +1

    Arguably the greatest Masters that I have ever had the pleasure of watching, and perhaps of all time? I was 22 and here in the UK I believe it was the first time the BBC covered the event. At least with BBC you don't get coverage saturation unlike SKY. Of course we had our own Peter Allis and Tony Jacklin providing the commentary. They were both in awe of the Golden Bear. Jack Nicklaus is simply the best there has ever been. Thank you posting such a memorable tournament.

  • Hugh Janus
    Hugh Janus Il y a 4 mois

    Spoiler: Nicklaus wins.

  • thowdy
    thowdy Il y a 4 mois +1

    I missed this...I was playing golf. Funny that I didn’t know Kite had a putt to tie and Norman bogied to lose.

  • Phillip Steiner
    Phillip Steiner Il y a 4 mois

    D'Addario always loved "Fat Jack"!

  • dape
    dape Il y a 4 mois

    Nicklaus wins and Norman blows it...so what is unusual or remarkable about that? Bwhahahahaha

  • mano fiske
    mano fiske Il y a 4 mois

    Where's The Bear's upper lip?

  • James Parsons Duncker
    James Parsons Duncker Il y a 4 mois +1

    what a leader board: Ballesteros, Norman, Price, Kite, Watson, Langer, donnie hammond, and Nicklaus?

  • Michael Skerritt
    Michael Skerritt Il y a 4 mois +4

    Jack wasn't even on the first or second page of the leader-board when the coverage starts and ends up winning the Masters. Amazing!

    • Dan Williams
      Dan Williams Il y a 4 mois

      They were absolutely ignoring him until the eagle on 15!

  • threerings134
    threerings134 Il y a 4 mois +4

    Nicklaus was tremendous on this day , but he is the greatest golfer of them all and was still playing full-time in 1986. He was only 46 years old and all day the commentators made it sound as if he was 66. Between '81 and '85 he was the runner-up in three majors and consistently finished in the top 10. This was nothing like Tom Watson's crazy run at the '09 Open Championship.

  • John Linnon
    John Linnon Il y a 4 mois

    Jack is a man of great character, depth, and class. And his own type of charisma. He's also a legend and icon in America, and a leader. He reminds me of my Dad. My father and I got to watch Nicklaus and Company at the Hawaiian Open in '72. It felt like a dream.

  • John Linnon
    John Linnon Il y a 4 mois +3

    That Greg Norman shot through the two trees, a punch shot that lands 12 feet from the pin! Wow!

  • Mark Johnson
    Mark Johnson Il y a 4 mois +5

    I watched this on TV as it happened and thought how incredible it was for the Golden Bear to win a Masters at the age of 46. I was 25 and 46 seemed much older than it does 33 years later.

    • Bill Belzek
      Bill Belzek Il y a 4 mois +1

      Prolly 2nd greatest Masters I ever watched in my lifetime --- of course Tiger's '97 win will always be #1

  • Erik Severson
    Erik Severson Il y a 4 mois

    1:46:39. That honor may go to Tiger now.

  • Todd S
    Todd S Il y a 4 mois

    2:11:40 Crowd reacting to scoreboard change. They heard the roar at 17 moments earlier, they saw Jack's red number being changed, but didn't "know" it until the "9" was posted. Blown opportunity by the announcers to point it out.

  • Paul Little
    Paul Little Il y a 4 mois

    Great vict for the golden bear 🐻, but he was slower than a week in jail, but he won well and beat the big guns around at that time

    • Richard Hall
      Richard Hall Il y a 4 mois

      He was. He saw how Langer had played like a snail the year before to great effect. Jack even commented on how slow Langer had been. Zero doubt the wait on 15 caused Seves miss there.

  • Steve Fowler
    Steve Fowler Il y a 4 mois +1

    "The Old Bear"...that wasn't very respectful.

    • ylekiote99999
      ylekiote99999 Il y a 3 mois

      Especially when 46 years old is definitely not old!

  • gk10002000
    gk10002000 Il y a 4 mois

    In 1986 Greg Norman led all four Majors after the third round.

    • ThatsaWrap
      ThatsaWrap Il y a 4 mois +1

      One of the greatest chokers of all time.

  • Robert Slydell
    Robert Slydell Il y a 4 mois

    "...invaders have intruded..." LOL

  • Kevin McCollom
    Kevin McCollom Il y a 4 mois

    2:54:35 announcer incorrectly states -
    “Jack Nicklaus wins his 20th Major Championship” ??? fallacy

    • Kevin McCollom
      Kevin McCollom Il y a 4 mois

      Bamruff62 - Most likely that is the case, still a poor choice of words in my opinion, but as you’ve mentioned with the U.S Open Amateur Championship being viewed as a Major back then its somewhat understandable.

    • Bamruff62
      Bamruff62 Il y a 4 mois +1

      Kevin, … the announcer was probably including Jack's 2 U.S. Open Amateur tournaments.
      The U.S. Open Amateur used to be viewed as a major.

  • 222333aaaaaa
    222333aaaaaa Il y a 4 mois

    2:06:12 - outright leader

  • 222333aaaaaa
    222333aaaaaa Il y a 4 mois

    1:54:15 - Seve in the water

  • 222333aaaaaa
    222333aaaaaa Il y a 4 mois +1

    1:41:51 - the eagle putt

  • Richard Hall
    Richard Hall Il y a 4 mois

    Jack's slow play helped him hugely. Seve had a 10 minute wait on that second at 15.

    • Richard Hall
      Richard Hall Il y a 4 mois

      They were queuing up behind Nicklaus plodding play.

    • DanLewis
      DanLewis Il y a 4 mois +1

      LOL! Seve hadn't even teed off on 15 when Nicklaus' put dropped for eagle. How exactly did Nicklaus affect him?!?!

  • Stephen Doty
    Stephen Doty Il y a 4 mois

    Jack was a slow tool with the charisma of a clothes line.

    • John Linnon
      John Linnon Il y a 4 mois +1

      He is a man of great character, depth, and class. And his own type of charisma, not seen much anymore. He's also a legend and icon in America, and a leader. He reminds me of my Dad. My father and I got to watch Nicklaus and Company at the Hawaiian Open in '72.