Arnold Palmer

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United States golfer (born in 1929)

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Woods is no stranger to the Bayhill course in Orlando having won eight Arnold Palmer Invitational titles there.
Golf legend Arnold Palmer at Royal Birkdale preparing for the British Open Golf Championship in 1961.
Alastair Johnson, the chief executive officer of Arnold Palmer Enterprises, said Palmer died in Pittsburgh on Sunday afternoon due to complications of heart problems.
I don't think anyone in any sport has left a legacy like Arnold Palmer has.
It is not an exaggeration to say there would be no modern day PGA Tour without Arnold Palmer," said PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem.
Palmer was also a noted philanthropist, founding the Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children in Orlando and a number of other charities.
Bay Hill host Arnold Palmer has sculpted a course which favours big-hitters - the track has become long with generous fairways - and the short-hitting Johnson could easily be left behind by more powerful sorts.
Woods withdrew from last month's Arnold Palmer Invitational, an event he won eight times in the past, because of his back pain and has been stuck on 14 majors since winning the 2008 US Open.
He missed the Saturday cut in the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines, finished in a tie for 41st in Dubai, withdrew with five holes remaining of the Honda Classic, finished 25th in the WGC-Cadillac Championship and withdrew from the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children was one of 41 receivers of the Hope on Wheels 2012 Hyundai Hope Grants.
45pm) THURSDAY Live Golf: Arnold Palmer Invitational (Sky Sports 3, 7pm).
America had Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer - Seve was our Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus rolled into one.
PGA Tour pro Ryan Palmer, who won the Sony Open on Sunday, probably gets more questions about Palmer than Saunders, and Ryan Palmer isn't even related to Arnold Palmer.
The Arnold Palmer Invitational, hosted by the legend himself at his Bay Hill Club and Lodge in Orlando, is one of the most respected stops on the PGA Tour.
Sitting in his unpretentious Orlando office, not a trophy in sight, Arnold Palmer bounced from answering calls about a clothing deal in Japan to e-mail about a golf course in Dubai to interviews with reporters from across the United States.