The Greatest Match of All Time is on CBS Sports!

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ESPN is giving viewers an exclusive look at one of the greatest matches of all time.

In the 1960s, a group of men from around the world decided to go on a three-day golf tournament in the United States.

They were joined by a group from the Soviet Union.

As the tournament progressed, the men got progressively more nervous as they played.

They stopped for a few days to drink, smoke and get a little exercise.

Finally, the mood took a turn.

A little more than two weeks before the tournament was to begin, the Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev died.

The tournament had been postponed until the following year.

The Americans were shocked to see a group in the Soviet capital of Moscow wearing all black and carrying masks.

The group’s leader was nicknamed the “mask man” for his uncanny ability to hide his face.

In a video that surfaced on the internet, the mask man’s actions were caught on tape.

A few days before the start of the tournament, the group announced that they would play with masks only.

The mask man was immediately arrested and charged with espionage and other crimes.

It took more than five years to secure a conviction and get him the death penalty.

The Greatest Match is back on CBSSports.com, and it is packed with great content.

The first half of the program features highlights from the 1964 Masters, the 1968 Masters and the 1970 Masters.

There is a great documentary on the history of golf that is narrated by a retired tennis player and features some great interviews with former players, golfers and coaches.

There are also some interesting facts from the history behind the events of the game.

The team that won the championship was named for the first three members of the group to win it.

The United States won the first round in 1962 and came back from a two-stroke deficit in the third round to win the next three.

The next year, the Americans defeated Japan in the final to claim the title.

The two players who won the tournament were John Daly and Hank Aaron.

Aaron became the first player to win four Masters titles and had two of the most memorable games in history.

Aaron, a three time champion and four-time major champion, was the first golfer to hit a two backput par putt on the par-3 18th hole and a three back-to-back back-put par 5s on the 19th hole.

This week, CBSSports will have the latest edition of the Greatest Match on the Sports Center channel.

In addition to the new episode, CBS Sports will have new shows from ESPN, the ESPN Sports Network and the NFL Network.

You can find more information on the upcoming episodes on CBS.com.

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