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Golf Shop Live Tom Watsons in. Lessons of a Lifetime in. 2-Disc DVD Series

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Golf Shop Live in. Lessons of a Lifetime in. 2-Disc DVD Series The Golf Shop Live in. Lessons of a Lifetime in. 2-Disc DVD Series features Tom Watson. Watson is the most renowned and exceptional bad-weather golfer on the planet, having displayed his gritty talent best in the difficult and sundry conditions of The Open Championship. He was Named PGA Player of the Year six times, including for four straight from 1977-1980 and trails only Tiger Woods for that honor. He won the Vardon Trophy for lowest scoring average three straight years: 1977-1979 and has played on four Ryder Cup teams and captained the victorious 1993 team. Watson won the Bob Jones Award in 1987, the highest honor given by the United States Golf Association in recognition of distinguished sportsmanship in golf. He was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 1988 and inducted into the Stanford Athletic Hall of Fame. Watson has authored or co-authored several books, including Tom Watsons Strategic Golf. Has written a golf instruction column in Golf Digest magazine since the mid-1970s and was ranked the 10th greatest golfer of all time in the 2000 Golf Digest magazine list. He is the oldest player to hold the lead after 54 holes at a major championship (2009 Open Championship at Turnberry, Scotland) and is the oldest player to lead after any completed round at a major championship (2009 Open Championship at Turnberry, Scotland). His talent and drive are unquestioned, now you can learn from one of the best to ever play.. Price: $49.95

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