The BBC will tonight air a documentary about the late great Severiano Ballesteros.
The golfing legend died of brain cancer in May 2011 — He was 54 years old.
Seve: The Legend will air on BBC One at 10:25pm tonight with a repeat on BBC Two on Thursday 14th July at 11:20pm.
In a career spanning 33 years, Seve won five Major championships and won 45 tournaments on the European Tour.
The documentary, presented by [[Gary Lineker]], will feature tributes from Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods, Jose Maria Olazabal, Sir Nick Faldo, Colin Montgomerie, Greg Norman, Rafael Nadal, Prince Andrew, Sir Bruce Forsyth, Desmond Lynam, Jimmy Tarbuck and [[Peter Alliss]].
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