Tway explains bunker shot that won 1986 PGA
1986 PGA Champion Bob Tway re-enacts his famous bunker shot that he holed on the 72nd hole to win his first and only major championship. For more tips, visit GolfChannel.com/ChampionsTourLearningCenter .
Golfing World: U.S. in trouble at International Crown
The U.S. team fails to score a single point in the first round at the inaugural International Crown, and hear from Bernhard Langer and Ian Woosnam at the 2014 Senior Open Championship.
Tway two behind Langer at Senior British
Bob Tway talks about his 4-under 67 Thursday from the Senior British Open Championship at Royal Porthcawl Golf Club in Bridgend, Wales.
Stat Man enters the Snake Pit with special guest
In this week's Stat Man, Will Gray previews the 2015 Valspar Championship with help from Big Break Myrtle Beach winner Jimmy Brandt, who is making his first career start on the PGA Tour.
On the Clock: The best shot in PGA history
GolfChannel.com writers Rex Hoggard and Ryan Lavner take a trip down PGA Championship memory lane in advance of this week's PGA Championship at Valhalla Golf Club.Well Rex this actually was the year before I was born. But Bob Tway pulling out that bunker shot in '86 to win the PGA at Inverness, one of the most replayed shots of all time. It looked like he was gonna need a miraculous up and down out of the bunker just to put Greg Norman in a playoff instead he holes it. Norman misses a 25 footer. And all of a sudden you've got Greg Norman's glorious history at the majors continuing. Great shot. You know what was wrong with it? It was Bob Tway . That's the problem with this. It was Bob Tway . I'm gonna go straight back to 1999 and, and that great shot that Sergio Garcia hit around a tree on 16 on Sunday where Did it win him the PGA? This isn't about the best shot to
Golfing World: My Best Shot - Bob Tway - 1986 PGA
Golfing World presents a special PGA Championship edition of My Best Shot, where Bob Tway picks his incredible bunker shot from the thrilling finish of the 1986 PGA Championship.It's time for My Best Shot. And it's a PGA championship special today. Golfing World sat down with Bob Tway to discuss his famous win at the event in 1986, a win which produced a thrilling finish and one of the most memorable shots in golf history. I remember the, the last hole, vividly. I hit a very very poor tee shot . I hit an iron off the tee and I, I dropped under and off to the right on the side of the
Open Championship Highlights 1987
Watch highlights from the 1987 Open Championship. Players include Nick Faldo, Paul Azinger, Payne Stewart, Rodger Davis, and Tom Watson.that maybe something is gonna happen. -But for that something to happen, Nick Faldo has to make the leap from good to great because only the greatest win at Muirfield, as the last four winners althoughsuch claws. The wind blows, the rain falls and scores rise. Englishman, Nick Faldo is one of those facing the worst of the weather and taking the brunt of its anger. -It was quite tough andback there. -Well, the second day really has been rather brutish. Here's Nick Faldo playing a second shot to the 18th and there's a lovely iron shot comes in to the front half of the green,
Hawkins: Top 5 Stunning PGA Championship Finishes
John Hawkins offers his perspective on the five most stunning PGA Championship finishes of the past 30 years.after tapping in at the 18th to beat Woods' stroke. Number 4, Bob Tway over Greg Norman in 1986. The champs hold out from the left green front bunker at [unk] 18th, remains one of the
PGA Championship Moments: 1986
Academy Award nominee Don Cheadle voices this PGA Championship moment, which tells how Bob Tway snatched away victory from Greg Norman at the Inverness Club in 1986.-Twenty five years ago, Bob Tway joins two distinctive clubs--one for winners of major championships, the other for men who sabotaged Greg Norman . At the PGA Championship at Inverness in Ohio, Norman led Tway by 4, going to the final round, but he faulted. Tiger