1 hr

David Duval - Tales of The Open The Open Podcasts

    • Golf

Telling some of the greatest stories in golf and in sports with ten new Original Documentaries. This week on The Open Podcasts is the story of David Duval, one of the most dominant figures in modern professional golf, even if just for a handful of years.

A world number one during Tiger Woods' dominance at the turn of the millennium, Duval won 11 PGA Tour events in 18 months, and 20 events around the world, before suffering innumerable injuries that ended his competitiveness at 30-years-old. However, a truly brilliant player in his day, Duval was able to capture a very special Championship indeed during his window of success, winning the Claret Jug at The 130th Open at Royal Lytham & St Annes.

Through colour commentary, narration from Shane O'Donoghue and Duval's own insight and friendly candour, we relive the career of one of golf's good guys, in this Original Documentary from The Open.

Telling some of the greatest stories in golf and in sports with ten new Original Documentaries. This week on The Open Podcasts is the story of David Duval, one of the most dominant figures in modern professional golf, even if just for a handful of years.

A world number one during Tiger Woods' dominance at the turn of the millennium, Duval won 11 PGA Tour events in 18 months, and 20 events around the world, before suffering innumerable injuries that ended his competitiveness at 30-years-old. However, a truly brilliant player in his day, Duval was able to capture a very special Championship indeed during his window of success, winning the Claret Jug at The 130th Open at Royal Lytham & St Annes.

Through colour commentary, narration from Shane O'Donoghue and Duval's own insight and friendly candour, we relive the career of one of golf's good guys, in this Original Documentary from The Open.

1 hr