Disney’s ESPN has released a new clip from the upcoming 30 For 30 documentary, “Shark”. Directed by Jason Hehir (“The Last Dance”) and Thomas Odelfelt, the documentary examines the legendary career of professional golfer Greg Norman, and how it was shaped by one stunning day at the Masters Tournament in 1996
Greg Norman played the game of golf only one way: aggressively. And he did it without regret. It led him to two titles at the Open Championship, and one of the most famous careers in the sport’s history. And yet his boldness and his uncompromising approach to every round he played also cost him in some historic moments, the most shocking of which unfolded at the 1996 Masters, when Norman gave up a six-shot lead in the competition’s final round. A quarter century after that infamous collapse, Norman headed back to Augusta, at long last ready to relive the worst day of his golfing career. It’s a moment in sports history that will never be forgotten, but what it says about the man they call the Shark, and the course he never conquered, isn’t quite as simple as you might think.
Check out the clip below:
The documentary is produced by ESPN Films in association with Words + Pictures.
“Shark” will premiere April 19th at 8:30 p.m. ET on ESPN. The film will be made available on ESPN+ immediately after its premiere, along with the rest of the 30 for 30 library. Selected 30 For 30 documentaries are also available on Disney+, its not currently been revealed if “Shark” will be released on Disney+ at a later date.
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