It was sad to hear that one of my favorite golf broadcasters now has early onset Alzheimer’s disease.
The reason I liked the Oosterhuis, Nick Faldo, and David Feherty style of broadcasting is because for some reason internationals make golf sound more interesting. Do they know more? That’ s debatable. Peter would be on the course describing the ball position and all other scenerios like no other.
“I feel it is the right time to step away to focus on things in life that I have always wanted to do.” Oosterhuis said when he retired in January.
I wish he and his family the best of luck as his story yet to be finished. Keep fighting Peter!
Photo: Golf Channel
As Jordan Spieth looks to record his first major championship, we have to look back at some of the greatest moments to ever happen on a Sunday at Augusta National Golf Club.
Jack in ’86. Need I say more.
Tiger with arguably the greatest shot ever in 2005.
Lefty finally gets it done in 2004.
Adam Scott brings the jacket Down Under.
Rory learns to fail before succeeding
Crenshaw grieves his way to victory
Faldo wins his 2nd major
Mize takes the title from Norman
Photo by: (David Cannon/Getty Images)
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