In professional golf, the decade of the Sixties was dominated Arnold Palmer, the reigning king, Jack Nicklaus, the amateur who stormed the gates, and the up-and-comer Gary Player, who eventually one-upped Palmer by clinching all four major tournaments. Flash forward four decades, and each of these legends was tapped to lay out his own nine holes at Champions Retreat Golf Club in Evans, GA, outside Augusta. Nicklaus' and Palmer's holes comprise the main course, and they are as distinct as their designers. Nicklaus' nine moves through some nice rolling land and features tree-lined fairways. Palmer's nine, on the other hand, is played over fairly level terrain and incorporates a good deal of water, in particular a pair of holes occupying sites on the wetlands on which most of the other holes lie. The combined Bluff+Island is a lot of fun, but Player's nine are also worth a spin.