TelevisionMay 20, 2015

The Top Ten memorable golf moments on "The Late Show"

Before we say a final farewell to "The Late Show with David Letterman" Wednesday night, let's countdown the funniest golf-related moments, Top-Ten lists and interviews from the past 21 years. We're going to miss you Dave!

10. The 2003 British Open champ Ben Curtis debuts the long-standing tradition of tour players chatting with David Letterman.

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9.__ After winning the 2009 U.S. Open, Lucas Glover presents the "Top Ten Things Lucas Glover Would Like To Say After Winning The US Open."

8.__ In 2008, Annika Sorenstam appeared on The Late Show to read the "Top 10 Reasons Why Annika Sorenstam Is Retiring."

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7.__On April 11, 2011, Masters champion Charl Schwartzel was the topic of the Top Ten list.

6__. Justin Rose appeared on the show after his 2013 U.S. Open win at Merion. He presented this Top Ten list, "The Top Ten Questions People Ask Me About Golf."

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__5. In 2014, while promoting "The Hunger Games" trilogy Jennifer Lawrence appeared on the show and mentioned how much she loves going to the driving range.

4__. After his 2012 Masters victory, Bubba Watson sat down with David Letterman to talk about winning his first major, the advantages of being a lefty, his early influences in the game and more.

3. Jordan Spieth celebrated his record-breaking 2015 Masters win with a NYC media tour that included an appearance on the Late Show.

2.__ Back in 2008, David Letterman talked about competing in the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am and being paired with Ernie Els. It turns out he played much better than expected - he shot a 62!

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1.__ When Letterman brings down the curtain on his last broadcast tonight, he'll have a hard time topping his final NBC show, "Late Night with David Letterman" that aired on June 25, 1993. It featured Tom Hanks recalling how he broke legendary comedian Slappy White's golf clubs:

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