Throughout his career, Crenshaw has captained the victorious 1999 U.S. Ryder Cup Team, has been a 4-time member of the U.S. Ryder Cup Team, became 1984 and 1995 Masters Champion, has accumulated 9 PGA Tour victories, has received the highest honor the United States Golf Association bestows as the recipient of the 1999 Bob Jones Award, and is a 29 year Tour veteran.
Brian Holloway is an international motivational speaker and renowned corporate trainer, mobilizing companies and organizations in search of peak productivity, helping them achieve new levels of excellence.
Known as “The Wizard of Oz,” Ozzie Smith combined athletic ability with acrobatic skill to become one of the greatest defensive shortstops of all time. Since his retirement, Smith has designed a series of inspirational talks based on his past experience.
Nando Parrado was born in Uruguay and had a keen interest in sport as a child. It was this love of sport which ultimately led to his involvement in one of the most astounding survival stories in living memory; on October 13th 1972, the plane carrying Parrado and his rugby teammates and family crashed at 18,000 feet in the Andes Mountains. For two months, Parrado and his fellow survivors battled the elements and a lack of provisions, spirit and ingenuity helping them to remain alive in the harsh conditions.