Call it The Re-Match, a reenactment of golf's most famous four-ball match.
It's happening this Tuesday at Cypress Point, where the original was staged in 1956.
Way back then, the epic competition -- now known as The Match, thanks to a best-selling book of the same name -- pitted Ben Hogan and Byron Nelson against amateurs Ken Venturi and Harvie Ward in a clash of titans backed by two California millionaires intent on settling a friendly bet.
Like the match it's modeled on, Tuesday's homage has been kept hush-hush, but club insiders say the event was the brainchild of PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem. The match is being staged as a thank you to the major donors to the First Tee.
This being Cypress Point, don't expect large galleries to swarm the fairways when the match goes off at 9 a.m. Spectators will be limited to club employees and a small number of invited guests. In '56, Hogan and Nelson held off their challengers, one-up. But for anyone bent on wagering this time around, the smart money's on the youngsters.