Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, and Gary Player hit ceremonial tee shot
It always brings chills and this year is no different. Three of golf's greatest legends help get the 78th Masters started.
This photo, you guys. It's the best.
Gary Player, Arnold Palmer, and Jack Nicklaus hit their traditional ceremonial first tee shot on Thursday to get the 78th Masters underway.
Nicklaus won the longest drive competition but Player was barely behind him:
Jack Nicklaus outdrives Gary Player by a yard, proving once and for all that sit-ups are totally overrated.— Jason Sobel (@JasonSobelGC) April 10, 2014
And this from Player is just a joke. A 67 as a 78-year-old? Are you serious?
Player was geared up, too. At 78, he said he shot 67 just a few days ago.— Sam Weinman (@samweinman) April 10, 2014
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