Top 10 Masters Rounds: Jack Nicklaus (1965 3rd Round)
ESPN golf analyst and two-time major champion Andy North put together his list of the 10 greatest rounds in Masters history.
ESPN.com will roll out his rankings on a daily basis leading up to this year's Masters at Augusta National, where the world's top players will compete for the green jacket.
No. 6: Jack Nicklaus, Round 3, 1965
In the first of what would be back-to-back Masters victories, Jack Nicklaus' 64 in the third round helped the Golden Bear win the second of his six green jackets.
Even though Nicklaus won by 9 shots, his next two closest competitors were a couple of guys golf fans might have heard of before: Arnold Palmer and Gary Player.