CBS SPORTS PRESENTS PGA TOUR SPECIAL -- PGA TOUR CHAMPIONS "IN THEIR OWN WORDS" ON SATURDAY, APRIL 15
Legends of the game of golf including Ben Hogan, Sam Snead, Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus, as well as the world's reigning number one golfer, Tiger Woods, reflect on their careers and most memorable moments as CBS Sports presents the PGA TOUR special, PGA TOUR CHAMPIONS: IN THEIR OWN WORDS on Saturday, April 15 (2:00-3:00 PM, ET).
From the excitement of winning their first golf tournament, to hitting that career defining shot, to their success in major championships, IN THEIR OWN WORDS compiles an array of sound bites and memorable quotes from the game's greatest champions combining them with footage from their greatest moments. From the competitive to the personal, it's their career, in their own words.
The one-hour special highlights all-time PGA TOUR winner Snead; legendary Texans Byron Nelson and Hogan; "The King" -- Palmer; the game's greatest champion, Nicklaus; and of course, Woods. In addition, other great champions such as Gary Player, Tom Watson, Phil Mickelson and Vijay Singh will be featured.
"No one is ever perfect. I tried to perfect it. I never did, but I came close..."
"I'm flabbergasted. Such an honor. To take a foreigner and put him on a bank note. The only living person that's ever been on a bank note is the queen Mother. That's some honor I'm very proud of."
"In the early days when I was playing at the Masters I used to watch the scoreboards and one guy at the scoreboard happened to be in the army.... I saw a sign go up and it said "Hey Arnie, we're members of your army!" "Well that kind of spread from there. And of course the next thing you know there's just throngs of people joining "Arnie's Army."
"I thought your golf peak for most guys is in their 30's. So I'm pretty excited about it. Hopefully my 30's will be better than my 20's."
IN THEIR OWN WORDS is produced by PGA TOUR Productions. CBS Sports' Sellers Shy is coordinating producer of the special.
Tony Petitti is Executive Vice President and Executive Producer, CBS Sports.