Arnold Palmer

Palmer at the PGA’s 1963 Thunderbird Classic Invitational in Rye, N.Y.

AS A GLAMOROUS YOUNG MAN at the dawn of television, Arnold Palmer hoisted the rather cloistered game of golf onto his broad shoulders and carried it into a golden age with an irresistible swagger. His grip-and-rip swing married power with calamity to

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