To say that the 1986 victory by Jack Nicklaus at the Masters was one of the greatest accomplishments in sports likely isnt saying enough. It has been described as:
Thrilling: Most certainly. The Golden Bear scored a second-nine 30 Sunday including an eagle-birdie-birdie streak at hole Nos. 15, 16 and 17.
Unexpected: Few saw it coming. Entering the Masters Nicklaus hadnt won a tournament in two years and hadnt captured a major in nearly six. One newspaper said he was no longer a threat to the field.
Riveting: People can still tell you where they were that Sunday in April. One of the largest worldwide television audiences witnessed Nicklaus feat.
And historic: A special year and a special golfer. Leave it to Jack to win this Masters on the 50th anniversary of the Tournament.
For the first-time ever the 1986 Masters movie is available on DVD, but for a limited time only. This official programme contains pictures not seen on television. Join Nicklaus and contenders Seve Ballesteros, Tom Kite and Greg Norman as history is made. Youll also accompany Nick Price as he sets the Masters single round scoring record with a sizzling 63.