A beloved sports figure, world-class athlete, global ambassador, and tireless philanthropist, Jack Nicklaus transcends the game of golf to inspire audiences to chase their greatness.
With his record of winning 18 major championships while producing 19 second-place and 9 third-place finishes, Nicklaus has earned the honor of being called the greatest golfer of all time. In recent years, he has turned his attention to many philanthropic endeavors. Nicknamed the Golden Bear, Jack will be sharing his golden lessons for living up to your full potential in work, life, and sport.
Jack knows what it takes to be a champion — in golf and in life.
From the moment he stepped foot on a course at age 10 with his father, Nicklaus showed an early mastery of the sport of golf. He had the raw talent to compete, but it was his skills, mindset, and strength of character that allowed him to make a career for himself out of the game.
As Nicklaus rose through the ranks of golf’s most formidable players — from his first U.S. Amateur championship at age 19 to making history with his sixth Masters title at age 46 – his story is one that is centered on persistence, preparation, mental toughness, and commitment to true sportsmanship. His unique ability to promote camaraderie among rivals, in what is a fiercely competitive sport, served as a catapult for his monumental success.
When Nicklaus shares his storied journey, he speaks off the cuff and from the heart. His enthralling tales about life and family on – and off – the links offer a rare and unforgettable glimpse at real life with one of the most legendary figures in golf and sports.
He will touch on principles of change: Managing it and leading it, and on peak performance, best practices to maximize your ability and concentrate on the task at hand.