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“The Big Three” - a moniker first assigned to Gary Player, Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer in the 1960’s due to their dominance in professional golf – has evolved into a trademark representing golf’s greatest legends.

Gary Player, golf's first international star, has played on the professional circuit for more than 50 years. The Black Knight has won 165 tournaments on every continent of the globe. He has three Masters green jackets among his nine major championships and is one of five players to win the Grand Slam of Golf. To date, Gary Player Design has completed more than 350 golf courses worldwide.

Charismatic and daring, Arnold Palmer virtually invented the modern game of golf. In 49 years on the professional tour he has amassed more than 90 victories, including four Masters titles among his seven major championships. Since the mid-1960s, Palmer has put his creative stamp on more than 300 new golf courses worldwide.

Jack Nicklaus’ overpowering game has earned 100 total victories in 41 years as a professional golfer. He has won 18 major championships, including six Masters victories. Named Golf Course Architect of the Year in 1993 by Golf World, Nicklaus has designed more than 350 golf courses worldwide.

For additional information, contact Debbie Longenecker, Black Knight International, USA



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