Chronicles of a Champion Golfer film series now available to download
The compelling documentary film series Chronicles of a Champion Golfer, which tells the individual stories of the world’s greatest players at The Open, is now available on iTunes (UK, Australia, Canada), Amazon Video (UK) and the Google Play store (UK).
The series takes a fresh and innovative approach to documentary production and includes unparalleled access to golf’s most celebrated players including Tiger Woods, Jack Nicklaus, Tom Watson, Rory McIlroy, Darren Clarke and Sir Nick Faldo.
The centrepiece to each 30-minute film is a stylised interview where each player speaks introspectively about his life, his golfing career and the path he took to become Champion Golfer of the Year. The interviews are accompanied by footage from The R&A’s extensive video library and newsreel archive.
The six episodes in the series are available here:
Australia - http://apple.co/2cUKiCy
Canada - http://apple.co/2ctlCzl
A compelling film in which Tiger Woods talks candidly about his 20 year career in The Open. Includes insights into the relationship with his parents, the impact of his father’s death, breaking records and what the future holds.
Born down under, Greg Norman was twice Champion Golfer of the Year and dominated golf for a decade. Always charismatic, at times controversial, he won 91 titles worldwide. But did 'The Shark' underachieve?
A product of America’s heartland, Tom Watson crossed the Atlantic to win British hearts. A fascinating personal reveal of epic battles, agonising disappointment and what made The Open’s greatest champion.
For the Big Easy, life’s been anything but. Ernie Els triumphed at The Open twice, despite putting yips, being in the shadow of a Tiger and managing his son’s autism.
As a child, Darren Clarke longed to be The Open Champion. As a veteran, against the odds, he finally succeeded. This is an emotional story of a golfer who refused to give up on his dream.
Jack Nicklaus holds one of sport’s most exceptional records - 18 majors. An American icon, the Golden Bear always understood the importance of success at The Open, his favourite championship.