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The Phenomenon of Arnold Palmer

Arnold Palmer

The Arnold Palmer Invitational Makes Us Take a Look Back The field has teed it up this week at Bay Hill in Orlando for a tournament bearing the name of someone so important that the game would be in the dark ages without him. I never met Arnold Palmer, and never got the opportunity to …

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What’s Wrong With the Palmer?

Arnie Palmer

Players are Skipping It, Caddies Speak Ill of It The championship course at Bay Hill was built in Orlando around the early 1960s. I’ve been hearing the name ever since as one of the PGA’s prominent venues. It was owned by various individuals and entities until Arnold Palmer bought it it in the ’70s. Palmer …

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Golfers and the Military

Sang-Moon Bae, Arnold Palmer, Nelson, and Trevino All Served As we watch our favorite sports stars through time, it is interesting to make note of their accomplishments along the way. However, we tend to think of them as specializing in one arena from start to finish, especially our golfers. They play as teenage wunderkinds, they …

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Arnie Goes in to Straighten Heartbeat

Arnie Palmer

The King, Arnie Palmer is Recuperating, Should be Out Soon If one has the idea to wrap up the lifetime, professional or otherwise, of Arnold Palmer, an article simply won’t do it. One would need a major biographer, miles of footage and interviews, and a quiet place to consider just what kind of man he …

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