The global coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis has left no aspect of our everyday lives untouched. In the golfing world, the professional game is in shutdown mode.
To ease you through this golf blackout period, we have put together a playlist of downloaded golf videos showcasing memorable final rounds, great head-to-head matches and highlights from past events including The Masters, Presidents Cup, Australian Open and US Open.
Among the visual delights are matches between Ben Hogan and Sam Snead, Gene Sarazen and Henry Cotton as well as Peter Thomson and Gary Player contested at Royal Melbourne Golf Club.
2013 MASTERS - ADAM SCOTT WINS THE GREEN JACKET
Relive every moment of the final round from Augusta National when Adam Scott became the first Australian to win the Masters.
1962 SHELL'S WONDERFUL WORLD OF GOLF - GENE SARAZEN v HENRY COTTON
For more than 40 years starting in the early '60s, Shell's Wonderful World of Golf pitted some of the biggest names in the game against each other over 18 holes of medla play.
Here, Sarazen went head-ot-head with Cotton across the Old Course at St Andrews. Watch closely to see, in colour, how the Home of Golf was presented back in the day.
1962 SHELL'S WONDERFUL WORLD OF GOLF - PETER THOMSON v GARY PLAYER
If you have never seen playing footage of the late great Peter Thomson, here's your chance.
Here, Thommo takes on a young Player over the West Course at Royal Melbourne Golf Club. It was the fifth match contested in four decades of contests and the only time a match was played in Australia.
1965 SHELL'S WONDERFUL WORLD OF GOLF - BEN HOGAN v SAM SNEAD
Wow! Two of the greatest ever going head-to-head. Enough said.
1996 MASTERS - GREG NORMAN'S NIGHTMARE
Most Aussies were glued to the TV hoping Greg Norman would win his first Masters but it wasn't to be. In fact, it was like watching a car accident ... you just couldn't look away.
1997 MASTERS - TIGER'S FIRST
A year after Greg Norman's meltdown, Tiger Woods broke all manner of records en route to winning his first major title.
1980 AUSTRALIAN OPEN - SHARK SURFACES AT THE LAKES
A young Greg Norman grabs his first Australian Open title ahead of some big names at The Lakes in Sydney.
This final round footage is absolute gold for the Peter Alliss commentary, Norman'[s long blonde hair and flared trousers and the fact he's playing alongside David Graham and the legendary Billy Dunk.
1982 AUSTRALIAN OPEN - SHEARER DOWNS THE GOLDEN BEAR
Bob Shearer played all four rounds of the 1982 Australian Open with the great Jack Nicklaus. And when it came to closing out the win with Nicklaus his nearest pursuer, he didn't flinch.
1998 PRESIDENTS CUP - INTERNATIONALS GET UP
Who would have thought all these years later that 1998 remains the only time the Internationals have beaten the United States in the Presidnets Cup?
There are some great moments of play, of course, but the commentary from Renton Laidlaw, Bruce Critchley, Jack Newton, Sandy Roberts and Pat Welsh brings the memories flooding back.
1986 OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP - NORMAN BREAKS THROUGH
As he had done at the Masters and US Open, Greg Norman led into the final day but on this occasion he went on to win ... in great style at Turnberry.
1999 OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP - OH! JEAN.
You can watch the final round highlights of this Open Championship knowing the car accident that is waiting for Jean Van de Velde on 18.
2000 U.S OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP - TIGER PERFECTION
You would think Tiger Woods winning the title by 15 shots might not be a viewing spectacle. You're wrong. This might have been the greatest golf ever played.
1994 SHELL'S WONDERFUL WORLD OF GOLF - GREG NORMAN v NICK FALDO
The two biggest rivals of the 1990s match up - two years before going head-to-head at The Masters - in this friendly at Sunningdale. It might have been friendly, but neither wanted to lose this one.
1994 SHELL'S WONDERFUL WORLD OF GOLF - JACK NICKLAUS v ARNOLD PALMER
Despite being well beyond their prime, Nicklaus v Palmer is a must watch. Great entertainment.
1986 MASTERS - JACK'S BACK
Relive the amazing and unforgettable 30 on the back nine Sunday from 46-year-old Jack Nicklaus en route to claiming his sixth green jacket and 18th and last major win.
2008 U.S OPEN - TIGER ON ONE LEG
Tiger Woods defies injury to overcome Rocco Mediate and win the US Open in a play-off. As we now know, this would be Woods' last major win for more than a decade.
1984 AUSTRALIAN OPEN - ELEMENTARY WATSON
Tom Watson has been a regular visitor to Australia over the years. Back in 1984 he conquered the great Royal Melbourne course and defeated a resurgent Bob Stanton by a stroke.
1975 MASTERS - THE GREATEST MAJOR EVER?
It was the stuff of dreams ... the three best players of the time - Jack Nicklaus, Tom Weiskopf and Johnny Miller - fighting tooth and nail over the closing stages to win a green jacket.