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The Gary Player Special

on BBC One London

Peter Alliss looks at the achievements of South African Gary Player, winner of one United States Open, three British Opens, two Masters and two American titles - Player the perfectionist, the man who wants to do everything better than anyone else.
In 1974 Gary Player earned the right to be called the greatest golfer in the world. He talks about his attitude to the game, his home and family and answers the critics who have questioned his religious and political views.

Contributors

Presenter:
Peter Alliss
Subject:
Gary Player

BBC One London

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