1993 Memorial Tournament Winner, Paul Azinger, recalls his battle with the late Payne Stewart in the final group on that memorable Sunday. Always informative and entertaining, "Zinger" also speaks of his admiration for Jack and Barbara Nicklaus.
JULI INKSTER & JUDY RANKIN
Friends for a long time, Judy Rankin speaks lovingly of her friend, Juli Inkster's tenacity to still play at the top level of the LPGA Tour. 56 years young, the evergreen Inkster believes that her love for the sport and a willingness to practice hard, have been central to the Solheim Cup Captain's longevity.
Longtime emcee of the Memorial Tournament Honoree Ceremony, Charlie Mechem, joins Shane O'Donoghue to reminisce on the passing of his great friend, Arnold Palmer. Charlie also emceed the Memorial Service for Mr. Arnold Palmer in Latrobe (2016).
Australian Greg Chalmers qualified to play in the 2017 Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide, after winning for the first time on the PGA TOUR at last year's Barracuda Championship in Reno, Nevada. Highly articulate, Chalmers, who has a son on the autism spectrum, speaks openly to Shane O'Donoghue about the challenges that he and his wife have overcome, and about what it means to finally be able to call himself a winner on the PGA TOUR.
David Lema, the son of 1965 Open Champion at St Andrews, Tony Lema; who was tragically killed in a plane crash in 1966, tells us about his famous Dad and his rise to stardom from meager circumstances in Oakland, where he grew up.