Tony Jacklin joins to discuss playing in seven Ryder Cups before being tasked with transforming virtually everything about the event from the European side. He tells the story of The Concession, a hair-raising ride in Arnold Palmer's plane, Seve, and the challenges of trying to make it on the US Tour as a Brit. He also details heartbreak he experienced as his wife suddenly died at the age of 44, losing his fortune, differences with IMG, peers that rubbed him the wrong way, and so much more.

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