"The legend of the Golden Bear lives on."
"The kind of biographical treatment usually reserved for U.S. Presidents."
Tiger Woods - Chasing History
“Cuts through the mystique surrounding Ben Hogan”
Tom at Turnberry: The 2009 Open
Tom at Turnberry: The 2009 Open details the circumstances that led to Watson’s magical week that no one could have ever anticipated.
is necessary to see to reinforce the notion that nothing in this country has come easy to those born or color."
captures the life of a champion."
The Legend of East Lake
"How golf rebuilt the entire community"
"Stepping into their male-only realm,
recounts the 'side-show' aspects of the experience."
"A time capsule, in a way; a far cry from today’s game."
Go Down Swinging
"Golf Channel's latest original swing recounts golf's most epic tournament collapse."
Summer of 76
Summer of 76
is terrific. There's no other way to describe it."
“An exceptional reason to relive one of the most remarkable and memorable events in golf history.”
Ben Crenshaw: A Walk Through Augusta
"Golf Channel’s salute to Ben Crenshaw is high praise indeed."
"This movie is a great way of celebrating the centenary of three stand-out legends of the game."
Recounting Lee Trevino’s heroic playoff victory in the 1971 U.S. Open over Jack Nicklaus, featuring retrospective interviews with both World Golf Hall of Fame members.
Being Graeme McDowell
Chronicles the rise of Northern Irishman and 2010 U.S. Open champion Graeme McDowell. Details McDowell’s feat of becoming only the second European in 85 years to win the U.S. Open (at the time of victory), and goes behind the scenes of McDowell’s 2010-’11 season.
Being John Daly
Being John Daly reflects on the professional golfer’s rise to the pinnacle of success in his career, and subsequent professional challenges and personal demons that left him with next to nothing.