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.


DanielSong39 says:

Seve had the tournament in the bag! That second shot at 15…

WeKnowNathan says:

Should have included one Travelers commercial for old time's sake.

Ron Mendoza says:

11 dislikes? You've got to be kidding me!!

Reuben Long says:

For nearly 25 years I’ve only been able to see highlights from this legendary masterpiece. Finally, I can relive it the way it happened, and I was not disappointed. Thank you for posting these!

jpracingph says:

"That's the record book of Golf we're looking at right there…"
Tom Weiskopf talking about Jack Nicklaus.
Truer words have never been spoken.
The greatest charge by THE greatest golfer.

Thodeus says:

The other video is taken down.. the documentary. 🙁

Russell Sprague says:

Ok, Greg Norman was 31 years old years here. Incredible.

Ronnie Hill says:

"I'm Gary McCord and I will never step foot on Augusta National ever again."

lonkylaine says:

Greg Norman, Seve Ballesteros, Bernhard Langer and Nick Price thumbed down this video.

Indian Sales says:

Best Masters ever…no dispute…I've always wonder with the great sports films out there, like
Miracle..That know one ever made a film of this historical win..

Luke Palmer says:

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erskine68 says:

After watching the 1985 Masters, people forget that Nicklaus was definitely on the radar that year so the 1986 performance should not be a total surprise… BUT between 1986 and 1985, seems like he aged more than just one year imo

Carl Vandenberg says:

I miss persimmon woods. I don't miss their sweet spot the size of a pin head but they were beautiful clubs.

The Masters is amazing…Jack is 6 back and not on the first page of the leaderboard and 3 holes later he's 2 back and tied for 2nd. A lot of other players behind him started "puckering up" when they saw the leaderboard after he birdied 11.

Tyler Brown says:

My favorite masters. Yes Sir!!

francis1971 says:

The first Masters for Jim Nantz

Willis Mac says:

Maybe… Yessssirrr!

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