Bernard Gallacher was born in Bathgate, Scotland and took up golf at the age of 11. He won the 1967 Scottish Amateur Open Stroke Play Championship and turned professional the same year, going on to win the Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year Award in 1968.
Bernard played in the Ryder Cup eight times and was non-playing captain of the European Team in 1991, 1993 and 1995. All three of those matches were very close; Europe lost the first two but had a stunning victory in the third match under Bernard's captaincy.
Bernard went on to play the European Seniors Tour and he had a win in 2002 at The Mobile Cup. He was also the professional at the prestigious Wentworth Club for 25 years until the end of 1996.
Following his time at Wentworth Bernard has worked with various blue chip companies, particularly on corporate entertainment. He is regarded as a golf day specialist, is an accomplished speaker, and is a leading media commentator for BBC Radio Five Live.
Bernard Gallacher is synonymous with professional golf. He has played in the Ryder Cup eight times, was captain in 1995 and has notched up many victories on the European Tour. He is regarded as a "golf day specialist", is an accomplished speaker and a leading media commentator.
Rob Nothman has been a Sports Broadcaster and Producer for BBC Radio for over 20 years. He's covered Olympic Games, World Cups and Wimbledon, however Golf is his real passion having covered Ryder Cups, all the golf majors and interviewed the likes of Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus.
One of the most popular and charismatic golfers on the professional world stage. His career has spanned over 40 years, during which he has won over 40 tournaments around the world.