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Arnold Palmer: A Remarkable Life

Even if he’d never picked up a golf club Arnold Palmer was destined to be known, such were the multiplicity and variety of his achievements. This week, with what would have been Palmer's 90th birthday on September 10, it is no exaggeration to call him a legend

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Roosevelt’s Lasting Gift: WPA & Bethpage

The legacy of President Franklin D. Roosevelt includes the Works Progress Administration, that helped to lift the United States out of the Great Depression. As Dave Shedloski writes, the WPA also added a new dimension to majors golf.

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New age in the Old Country: golf in Virginia

The history of the colonized United States does not date back further than Virginia and its early 17th century origins, yet this state of mountain ranges and vast swathes of untouched woodland is also home to some of the finest golf in modern America.

The Amateur Creed

With amateur golf being boosted by the inauguration of the Augusta National Women’s Amateur in 2019, Robin Barwick reflects on the amateur spirit of Bobby Jones and the Victorian heyday of amateurism.

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Webb Simpson: Olympic achievement

Webb Simpson is the defending champion this week in the Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass, and the 33-year-old once talked to Kingdom about his close friendship and association with Arnold Palmer, which began when Simpson attended Wake Forest on a Palmer scholarship.

Pure Original: the Land Rover by Arkonik

For those in search of a bespoke icon, something universally admired, globally proven, impressively useful and immensely personal, UK firm Arkonik will build you the best Land Rover Defender on the road today.

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Golf Coast: Florida’s Gulf Coast

Scattered along Florida’s more than 660 miles of beaches are quite a few golf gems, and while many of the brightest shine along the state’s Atlantic Coast and in the Miami area, Florida’s Gulf Coast has its own lustrous jewels.

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