Thursday, October 30, 2008

Man That Was A Great Masters -- Part 2

Sorry, but I can't make myself go away from 1986. This was the birdie putt that secured the thing for Jack Nicklaus, the birdie on 17.

The funny thing about the 17th hole to me, is that nobody really does anything special on this hole. While it isn't anything special, especially at a place like Augusta, it is one of those that most winners just try to make a par on and go to the 18th.

Also, "Yessss sirrrrr" was one of the better simple sports calls of all time, you can't argue that. The putter raise as the ball went in and then that call was absolutely awesome.

Here it is, the putt for Jack.


Aussie Golfer said...

Jackie Nicklaus?

The Armchair Golfer said...

That's 66 seconds of pure golf ecstasy. And that "Maybe" is the perfect set up for the emphatic "Yes sir!" I never get tired of that clip.

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