You would get pretty excited as a golf fan if a tournament came down to the wire with these names in the mix: Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Gary Player, Nick Faldo, Seve Ballesteros and Greg Norman.
Well that is exactly what is happening in the bid to design the Olympic golf course for Rio de Janeiro in 2016, when golf will return to the Games for the first time since 1904.
All those greats have put their hat in the mix but it is hard to look past the Golden Bear as the man to design the course, which is expected to be a brand new development built in the Barra da Tijuca neighbourhood of Rio, where most sports will be played during the Olympics.
For a start, the man has designed more courses than he has won tournaments, and in case you have forgotten, he's won a lot of tournaments - 116 professional titles during his career to be exact.
When it comes to designing courses though he has been even more prolific; he has been involved directly in the design of an astonishing 271 course, while his company - Nicklaus Design - has 341 courses open for play in 34 countries.
Just this month he confirmed that he was teaming up with Annika Sorenstam to help him in his bid to design the Olympic course, with the Swede prepared to set the tees for the women's event.
Nicklaus has also insisted that the course must be open to the public once the Games are finished. Rio is a city with a population of over six million people yet it is doesn't have a single 18-hole golf course open to the public.
So IOC, you have arguably the greatest men's player and arguably the greatest women's player in the history of the game banging on your door asking to design the Olympic course so there must be a catch right? They probably want a lot of money?
Wrong, in fact Nicklaus and Sorenstam are willing to design the course for free.
"Neither of them is seeking compensation. Jack and Annika made that very clear in their first correspondence last year to the governing bodies," Nicklaus's VP of Communications Scott Tolley told Golf Digest's Geoff Shackelford.
"Jack and Annika simply want to make sure that the competitive needs of both the men and women are taken care of...and that golf has the opportunity in 2016 to put its best foot forward."
The course designer will be chosen by the International Golf Federation and the Rio 2016 organising committee and the course location should be confirmed within the next month.
It seems like a no-brainer to get Nicklaus involved as soon as possible, but you know sporting governing bodies!
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