Tony Jacklin is an elected member of the World Golf Hall of Fame. He's won the Open Championship and US Open. Over the course of his amazing career he has played on 7 Ryder Cup teams and Captained 4 of them. He's written a book called, My Ryder Cup Journey.
In the book he gives a detailed account of those experiences and a whole lot more. Together with Keith they discuss:
- First Ryder Cup impressions
- Decision making process as a Captain
- Life advice from his father
- Building a Hollywood mentality
- Amazing gratitude for a great life
He was the winning Captain in 1985 that broke a 28 year losing streak. His insights throughout this conversation are truly amazing. Take a couple minutes and listen to a man who succeeded in life because of a relentless work ethic and a hall of fame personality.
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ProShow Playlist Ep. #195:
With a Little Help from my Friends (The Beatles), Come Fly with Me (Frank Sinatra), Ride Captain Ride (Blue Image)