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TV Listings for SKY SPORTS XTRA on Thursday (30.03.2017)


06 00-07 30Golf: Nicklaus v Palmer 2001
The series that televised challenge matches between two of the most talked about golfers of the time. Here is Jack Nicklaus v Arnold Palmer at King & Bear GC, Florida, in 2001.

07 30-08 00Sporting Greats: Gareth Edwards
One of rugby's greatest players, scrum-half Sir Gareth Edwards was a key part of the Welsh side that dominated Europe in the 1970s, and scored perhaps the finest try in the sport's history. Also in HD

08 00-08 30Golfing World
The comprehensive golf show with a mix of the latest news, interviews, documentaries and features. Plus, tournament updates, golf tips and resort reviews. Also in HD

08 30-09 00Champion Golfer: Ernie Els
...Ernie Els. A look at the career of Ernie Els - the South African golfer has been a major winner four times - twice at the US Open and twice at The Open - across a glittering career. Also in HD

09 00-09 30Sporting Records
An in-depth look at some of the greatest records across a variety of sports. Here, a look at medals - athlete Mo Farah, footballer Clarence Seedorf and swimmer Michael Phelps. Also in HD

09 30-10 00Sporting Records
An in-depth look at some of the greatest sporting milestones ever recorded. Here, a focus on age, featuring football icon Pele, boxer Bernard Hopkins, and Moto GP driver Marc Marquez. Also in HD

10 00-12 00Miracle At Medinah
Europe's 12 Ryder Cup heroes tell the story of their incredible win in Chicago. Jose Maria Olazabal's team pulled off the biggest comeback win away from home in the history of the event. Also in HD

12 00-13 00Sky Sports Years-2003
An insight into how Sky Sports has evolved, with a look at more than two decades of coverage and innovation. Here the focus is on 2003.

13 00-14 00Sporting Heroes: Roy Hodgson
World Cup-winning rugby union coach Sir Clive Woodward interviews England football manager Roy Hodgson about tactics, coaching and missed penalties. Also in HD

14 00-16 00Miracle At Medinah
Europe's 12 Ryder Cup heroes tell the story of their incredible win in Chicago. Jose Maria Olazabal's team pulled off the biggest comeback win away from home in the history of the event. Also in HD

16 00-17 001986 Kemper Open
A look back at the 1986 Kemper Open at the Congressional in Maryland. Australia's Greg Norman went into the tournament as the favourite but it would not be plain sailing for the Aussie.

17 00-21 00Live LPGA Tour Golf
The first women's Major of the year begins with day one of the ANA Inspiration, held at the Mission Hills Country Club in California. New Zealand prodigy Lydia Ko was champion last year. Also in HD

21 00-00 00Live PGA Tour Golf
Day one of the Shell Houston Open, hosted at the Golf Club of Houston. Jim Herman won his maiden PGA Tour event here last year, beating Henrik Stenson by one shot. Also in HD

00 00-02 00Live LPGA Tour Golf
The first women's Major of the year begins with day one of the ANA Inspiration, held at the Mission Hills Country Club in California. New Zealand prodigy Lydia Ko was champion last year. Also in HD

02 00-03 001986 Kemper Open
A look back at the 1986 Kemper Open at the Congressional in Maryland. Australia's Greg Norman went into the tournament as the favourite but it would not be plain sailing for the Aussie.

03 00-03 30Champion Golfer: Ernie Els
...Ernie Els. A look at the career of Ernie Els - the South African golfer has been a major winner four times - twice at the US Open and twice at The Open - across a glittering career. Also in HD

03 30-04 00Champion Golfer: Darren Clarke
... Darren Clarke. As a child, Clarke longed to be The Open champion. As a veteran, against all odds, he succeeded. This is an emotional story of a golfer refusing to give up on his dream. Also in HD

04 00-04 30Sporting Greats: Nick Faldo
Take a special look at the lives and careers of some of the greatest athletes to ever play their sports. Here, the focus is on golf's six-time Major-winner Nick Faldo. Also in HD

04 30-05 00Sporting Greats: Gareth Edwards
One of rugby's greatest players, scrum-half Sir Gareth Edwards was a key part of the Welsh side that dominated Europe in the 1970s, and scored perhaps the finest try in the sport's history. Also in HD

05 00-05 15Nick Faldo: Sporting Triumphs
Nick Faldo looks back at his victory at the 1987 Open at Muirfield, in a story of single-minded determination. It was the first of the six majors that Faldo won. Also in HD

05 15-05 30Johnny Nelson: Sporting Triumphs
Boxer Johnny Nelson looks back at winning the WBO cruiserweight title - his third attempt at winning a world title belt - and in doing so managing to overcome some of his own self-doubts. Also in HD

05 30-05 45Graeme Souness: Sporting Triumphs
Graeme Souness looks back at winning the 1984 European Cup in a final against all odds, as Liverpool beat AS Roma in Rome at the Stadio Olimpico, winning on penalties. Also in HD

05 45-06 00Will Greenwood: Sporting Triumphs
Will Greenwood looks back at the last-minute triumph of England's 2003 Rugby World Cup win in Australia, where Jonny Wilkinson kicked a last-minute drop goal in extra time. Also in HD

06 00-07 30Golf-Strange v Torrance 2001
Shell's Wonderful World of Golf televised challenge matches between two of the most talked-about golfers of the time. Here is Curtis Strange v Sam Torrance at Carnegie Abbey GC in 2001.