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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

A Life Well Played: My Stories

"A Life Well played: My Stories" is the title of Arnold Palmer’s last book, written in 2015 and 2016 and published in October. Respected golf writer Dave Shedloski was trusted with putting Palmer’s thoughts and anecdotes onto the pages

In Good Times & Bad

Marino Parascenzo covered golf for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette for more than 30 years. Here he gives Kingdom an insight into what it was like to cover Western Pennsylvania’s golfing hero—Arnold Palmer.

Treasured Times

For all of us at Kingdom it was the greatest privilege to work with Arnold Palmer.

A three-way tie

As generations of professional golfers have come and gone, the sport has searched for a ensemble to succeed the trio of Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player.

Arnold Palmer: Irreplaceable

After the loss of Arnold Palmer on September 25, 2016, the outpouring of heartfelt tear-stained tributes provided a vivid reflection of the powerful sentiments felt for Palmer around the world

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