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November 30, 2007. Wally Goodwin - men's golf coach 1987-2000.

Coach Goodwin was 80 years old when interviewed
by Dr. Lyman Van Slyke, Bob Stevens & Rich Peers
  • Part 1 - Goodwin's golf background, how he came to Stanford & details about his noted short game practice approach.
  • Part 2 - Talks of what turned Stanford into a national power thru greats Christian Cevaer, Casey Martin, Notah Begay & Tiger Woods among others. Discusses the 1994 national championship win.
  • Part 3 - Discusses the famous letter from Tiger at age 13, shares stories about Will Yanigasawa and unsung heroes including Conrad Ray, current head coach.
  • Part 4 - Talks of his most persistent (Begay), improved (Conrad Ray) and funniest player (Jake Poe) as well as Stanford's only 4-time All-American Joel Kribel.
  • Part 5 - Shares stories about Notah Begay and his remarkable will and positive attitude and discusses less talented teams he was most proud of from 1989 and 1997.
Wally Goodwin led Stanford from 1987 to 2000, winning national coach of the year honors in 1992 & 1994. His team won the national championship in 1994, finished 2nd in 1995 & 4th in 1996.