Golf’s original ‘Big Three’ remain thrilled at being honorary starters
All time greats Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Gary Player remain excited by the thrill of the Masters and the challenge of Augusta National.
The 1960s ‘Big Three of Golf’ took part in the customary opening ceremony of this year’s tournament by hitting drives down the opening hole of the picturesque Georgia course.
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“But it’s been a wonderful journey with these two gentlemen here. We went across the world. We’ve slept at each other’s homes and our wives have known each other,
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“We’ve always wanted to beat each other, we’ve never hidden that. But when we did win, we congratulated the other. When we lost, we congratulated the other.
“This place means an awful lot. It’s the best organised tournament in the world. It is something special and it’s nice to be a part of it.”
Nicklaus says he still misses the enjoyment of playing in the event: “It was such a great thrill every time we teed it up to actually play for real and I think we’d all love to wind the clock back a few years and play.
“It’s such a great tournament,
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