This April 29, 1962, file photo shows Arnold Palmer, lifting an iron shot from No. 5 fairway in the final round of the Texas Open in San Antonio. Palmer, who made golf popular for the masses with his hard-charging style, incomparable charisma and a personal touch that made him known throughout the golf world as “The King,” died Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016, in Pittsburgh. He was 87.
This April 29, 1962, file photo shows Arnold Palmer, lifting an iron shot from No. 5 fairway in the final round of the Texas Open in San Antonio. Palmer, who made golf popular for the masses with his hard-charging style, incomparable charisma and a personal touch that made him known throughout the golf world as “The King,” died Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016, in Pittsburgh. He was 87. Ted Powers AP
This April 29, 1962, file photo shows Arnold Palmer, lifting an iron shot from No. 5 fairway in the final round of the Texas Open in San Antonio. Palmer, who made golf popular for the masses with his hard-charging style, incomparable charisma and a personal touch that made him known throughout the golf world as “The King,” died Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016, in Pittsburgh. He was 87. Ted Powers AP

Arnold Palmer – forever ‘The King’

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