Golf Innerview with Ann Liguori

Bernhard Langer talks career longevity

The PGA Tour Champions' all-time win leader and winner of 12 senior majors joins host Ann Liguori to discuss the keys to his success and why he's still pursuing more at age 65

On July 2, Bernhard Langer, 65, became the winningest golfer on the PGA Tour Champions. He surpassed Hale Irwin with his 46th win, the U.S. Senior Open, which also happened to be his 12 senior major. Langer joins "Golf Innerview" host Ann Liguori to talk about what he does to ensure ultimate success as he approaches his 66th birthday in August.

[0:49] On becoming the winningest PGA Tour Champions player
[1:21] Getting better with age
[1:53] What he thinks have been keys to his success and longevity 
[3:20] On the PGA Tour Champions itself
[4;04] What positive attributes he has well into his 60s
[5:06] Keys to his fine play lasting so long
[5:42] How his current game compares to when he won his two Masters titles 
[7:40] What he does differently now in his 60s than he did winning his two Masters 
[9:29] His diet
[9:47] On his mom turning 100-years-old
[11:00] Thoughts on the upcoming Ryder Cup
[12:14] Thoughts on the proposed agreement between the PGA Tour and the Saudi PIF
[13:30] On using Tour Edge clubs
[15:57] What he has yet to do on and off the course

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