The Bawitdaba singer went Drano on the long attempt Sunday at Top of the Rock golf course in Ridgedale, Mo.
Mark Wahlberg, Larry the Cable Guy and Willie Robertson also participated in the tournament.
Larry the Cable Guy beat Kid Rock for the tournament trophy. Kid Rock was the defending champion. Two-time major championship winner Johnny Miller was Larry the Cable Guy's partner.
Kid Rock teamed up with Nicklaus for the contest. On one hole, the 47-year-old musician eyed the 40-foot attempt. Nicklaus watched his partner take the stroke, which went to the left before coming back to the right and dropping in. The singer celebrated by lifting his arm up in the air, before turning around and giving a high-five to the 18-time major winner.
"Call him Bob Ritchie or @KidRock, but he's always rock solid when it comes to entertainment," Nicklaus tweeted Sunday night. "What a putt at the @BassProLegends!"
Kid Rock boasted about the strike after watching it fall in.
"Did you see that putt? That was the greatest thing ever," he said in an interview after making the putt. "Boom. In your face, whoever plays golf."
The event featured a Pro-Am on Tuesday and Wednesday, before the tournament began on Thursday. Sunday's final round had an alternate shot format on the front nine and best ball on the back nine.
Call him Bob Ritchie or @KidRock, but he’s always rock solid when it comes to entertainment! What a putt at the @BassProLegends! @markwahlberg @ChampionsTour @BigCedarLodge BigCedarLodge #TopOfTheRock pic.twitter.com/g1VgewGRox— Jack Nicklaus (@jacknicklaus) April 23, 2018