’86 is a 10

They did a good job with the documentary ’86.  My only complaints: (1) Too frequent commercials; not too many, really, but too frequent.  I would rather have had the breaks last longer instead of breaking the continuity so often.  Not a huge thing, but it impeded the flow.  (2) The early “Where Were You” segment wasn’t my cup of tea, but they quickly got back on track, and even those stories became more compelling as the program went on.

The best part?  Probably the thread about the kid and the yellow shirt.  Also, Jack’s interaction with the crowd is something that is missing from golf today.  And I really enjoyed all the comments from Jack’s family, especially his son who caddied.  And the MacGregor putter maker!

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