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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

Growing up with Arnold Palmer

Many know Arnold Palmer as the King, one of the greats. Dennis P. McIlnay was proud to call him a neighbor. Here, a privileged view of history from a former caddie and fellow Latrobe native

Still marching strong: Arnie’s Army

The Arnie’s Army Charitable Foundation carries on the work that Palmer started, and there’s never been a better way to stay engaged with the man who gave so much to golf—and to life

Arnold Palmer: An eye for design

Arnold Palmer’s career as a course designer was every bit as spectacular as his career as a golfer. Except in design he won every time...

Atlantic Crossing

Advertisement Arnold Palmer crossed continents and oceans to showcase his playing and course-design skills. A favorite stop: the British Isles, which Palmer loved for its fans and for its legacy with the game. Without question, the affection was mutual, as Paul Trow writes. A new chapter in the history of golf was written in 1960 […]

Arnold Palmer & the 1960 U.S. Open

Fresh from claiming his second Green Jacket at the 1960 Masters, Arnold Palmer won the U.S. Open after starting his final round seven shots behind

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