"It's always a pleasure to play with Jack. A man I have great admiration for," said Gary Player.
"We're back to play and I think we'll have some fun. I'm interested in the format really, it'll be something unique," said Jack Nicklaus.
At 74 years old, Nicklaus is the junior member of the team. Player's 78 and the two looked like school chums as they talked about the weekend.
"We enjoyed it last year but I don't know where we finished. I didn't see our name on the leader board," said Nicklaus.
"We finished fourth, out of five teams? no four teams," said Player.
Ohio native, Jack Nicklaus has won 18 major championships more than anyone else, but he also is heavily involved in course design.
The Top of the Rock is his baby.
"I'm not sure what Johnny's done to my course. Those of you who know Johnny know what I'm talking about. I've had one of my guys out here for ten years, half of every summer while he's fiddled with it. When you're done fiddling with it let me know and I'll come back," said Nicklaus.
South African native, Gary Player has won nine majors and is the only non-American to win all four majors.
And he loves Jack's par 3 beauty.
"Having just played nine holes, I've never seen anything to compare to this. I thought Augusta was enjoyable, but this is way better. This is outstanding. It brings in the instinct. And instinct is an essential ingredient in golf. That's why this man was such a champion, he can adjust," said Player.
And Nicklaus is proud to have the foundation of the Champions Tour, the Legends of Golf, at a unique golf course that he designed.
"We've played 700 events on my golf courses around the world, that's a lot of events. It's nice when they choose it and hopefully the guys will enjoy the event," said Nicklaus.
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