Guests: John Feinstein *Writer for Inside Sports, Golf Magazine, Tennis Magazine, and Basketball America *Author, A March to Madness: The View from the Floor in the Atlantic Coast Conference(Little Brown & Co., 1997) *Commentator for NPR's Morning Edition and ESPN's The Sports Reporters 24-year-old Tiger Woods won the British Open yesterday, finishing 19 under par— a major championship record. With the victory, Woods also became the youngest player ever to win all of golf's major championships. Legendary golfer Jack Nicklaus, who has served as a role model for Woods, says that Tiger Woods is "potentially the greatest player the game has ever seen." Join Juan Willliams and guests to discuss Tiger Woods' record-setting victory, and his place in the history of golf, on the next Talk of the Nation, from NPR News.
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