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Nov 20, 2007. Sandy Tatum - '42 NCAA Individual & Team Champion.

Mr. Tatum was 87 years old at the time of this interview
  • Part 1 - Life changing memories of his father and starting to play including an unusual club throwing incident.
  • Part 2 - Talks about his hero Bobby Jones and experience at 13 watching Howard Hughes and Katherine Hepburn play golf.
  • Part 3 - Talks about the legendary Lawson Little, Art Doering and the remarkable golf coach Eddie Twiggs.
  • Part 4 - Great memories of his Hall of Fame teammates Warren Berl and Bud Brownell and future coach Bud Finger.
  • Part 5 - Shares a very personal and emotional story of the 1942 national championship held at Notre Dame.
  • Part 6 - Speaks about his Rhodes scholarship experience in England after World War II.
  • Part 7 - Talks about being USGA President when he oversaw the "massacre at Winged Foot".
  • Part 8 - How his 40-year relationship with Tom Watson has enriched his life.
Sandy Tatum, Stanford Hall of Fame golfer, won the 1942 NCAA individual & team championship and is a former USGA President.