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Arnold Palmer: Made for Television

Doc Giffin worked as a reporter on the Pittsburgh Press newspaper and as press secretary for the PGA Tour before accepting the role as Assistant to Arnold Palmer in 1966. Here Giffin reflects on Palmer’s natural flair and inimitable manner in dealing with the media

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Arnold Palmer: Made for Television

Doc Giffin worked as a reporter on the Pittsburgh Press newspaper and as press secretary for the PGA Tour before accepting the role as Assistant to Arnold Palmer in 1966. Here Giffin reflects on Palmer’s natural flair and inimitable manner in dealing with the media

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Globalized as we are, an American-made Japanese hybrid supercar with Brazilian pedigree should be all over Malibu. Yet the Acura NSX feels like the future

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Kelly Tilghman

Kelly Tilghman, the Golf Channel presenter, spoke to Kingdom about life, work, family and caddying for Arnold Palmer

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Life was good at The Greenbrier at the beginning of June 2016, but then West Virginia was struck with the heaviest rainfall in memory and the flooding was devastating. What happened next is a remarkable story of recovery

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