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Dave Hill and the Ryder Cup

Dave Hill's Ryder Cup Memories Part I

In our first segment, Dave Hill recalls the match at Royal Birkdale Golf Club and the 16-16 tie that occur with the famous "Concession" putt that Jack Nicklaus conceded to Tony Jacklin. Dave also discusses the match that Ken Still and he played against Brian Huggett & Bernard Gallacher, where after a heated discussion, Hill said to Gallacher, "If you say one more word, I'm going to wrap this 1-iron around your head." Despite the fireworks, Brian Huggett, said, "Hill played absolutely magnificently throughout the week. He held the team together. He stopped us winning. I mean, he won all his matches."


Video duration: 12:01

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Dave Hill's Ryder Cup Memories Part II

In our second show, Dave Hills discusses his play at the 1973 Ryder Cup, which was held at Murifield, Scotland. After flying some 36 hours from a tournament in Japan, Hill developed some severe abdominal pains and had to pull himself out of most of the matches. Instead of playing, he assisted the Ryder Cup Captain, Jack Burke. The U.S. prevailed, 19 to 13. In 1975, Dave Hill returned to Ryder Cup play at Royal Lytham & St. Annes in St. Annes, England. The U.S. defeated a British and Irish team 12 1/2 to 7 1/2


Video duration: 9:11

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Dave Hill's Ryder Cup Memories Part III


In our final Dave Hill's Ryder Cup Memories interview, he discusses his love of match play and some thoughts about where the Ryder Cup has been and where it seems to be heading.

Video duration: 3:54

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