With team golf events going on this weekend at the PNC Father-Son Challenge and the Franklin Templeton Shootout, we're going to throw it back 50 years.
On this day in 1966, Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer teamed up to win the "PGA National Team Championship" at an amazing 32-under par with rounds of 63, 66, 63 and 72.
At the time, the pair had 14 major championship wins between them. Nicklaus and Palmer also won the event together in 1970 and 1971.
Today, Nicklaus is competing with his son, Jackie, in the PNC Father-Son Challenge, an event the late Palmer used to play in with his grandson, Sam Saunders.
The website www.golfhistorytoday.com also has a list of events Nicklaus and Palmer won together and include this fantastic quote from Palmer: "I don't think either Jack or I would have (decided to come and played together) if we didn't think we had a chance to win. Our plan is to win. If we don't we'll just get on with our lives, and try it again somewhere else."
Here's a video of Nicklaus paying tribute to the King: