Nicklaus and Bradley are two members of a seven-person panel assembled by Little Linksters, which is conducting the fifth annual "Best Pee Wee Golf Swing in the World" contest.
Juniors ages 8 and under are eligible, with the field broken up into four age groups (under 3, 3-4, 5-6, 7-8). Parents are encouraged to upload a video of their child's swing to YouTube, no longer than 60 seconds in length, then share it via the contest page at www.LittleLinksters.com. According to Brendon Elliott, founder of Little Linksters, last year's contest drew nearly 200 entries from more than 14 different countries.
In addition to Nicklaus and Bradley, the judges will include Keegan's father Mark Bradley, a PGA professional, Golf Channel analyst Frank Nobilo, former PGA of America president Allen Wronowski, instructor Chuck Evans and PGA and LPGA professional Nicole Weller.
Deadline for entry is Jan. 9.