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Yes Sir Jack Nicklaus & Historic 1986 Masters
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Yes Sir Jack Nicklaus & Historic 1986 Masters on DVD

The 1986 Masters Tournament at Augusta National was the last of Jack Nicklaus' record 18 majors. At the age of 46, it was arguably the most improbable of those titles and certainly one of the most compelling dramas in the history of sport. Through exclusive interviews, personal reflections, and captivating footage, Yes Sir! Jack Nicklaus And His Historic 1986 Masters Win celebrates the many layers of this thrilling, come-from-behind triumph and this where-were-you moment in history. For parts of three decades, 'The Golden Bear' dominated golf, winning more major championships than anyone in that era or any era before him. But, without a major championship trophy to place on the mantle since 1980, the 46-year-old seemed a distant shot to win another green jacket. However, with his son, Jack II, as his caddy, this father-son Sunday stroll turned into a breathtaking edge-of-your-seat final round capped by a back-nine 30 that allowed Jack Nicklaus to claim his sixth Masters title and provide the exclamation point on his legacy as golf's greatest championship. Yes Sir! Features remarkable footage and exclusive interviews with Tiger Woods (10 years old at the time of the '86 Masters and pursuer of Nicklaus' record 18 professional major championships), Jack, Jack II, and the Nicklaus family (wife Barbara and son Steve), CBS broadcaster Jim Nantz, Greg Norman, and others who tell the tale of a transcendent 46-year-old conquering time and capturing one last golden piece of magical history. Interviews include: Jack Nicklaus, Barbara Nicklaus, Ernie Ells, Brent Musburger, Jim Nantz, Greg Norman, Gary Player, Rick Reilly, Tiger Woods, Tom Watson, and Ken Venturi. Narrated by Jack Nicklaus.