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A look at Arnold Palmer's unforgettable life on and off the course, through the decades.
A celebration of the life and career of golf's most iconic legend, Arnold Palmer, who was born Sept. 10, 1929.
Arnold Palmer has traveled the globe and is a worldwide celebrity. But Latrobe, Pa., has been and always will be home.
Arnold Palmer would not have been the golfer nor the man he was without his father's influence.
Arnold Palmer twice found life-long loves in wives Winnie Walzer and Kit Gawthrop.
Arnold Palmer doesn't just have fans. He has an army of them. And he cares for them as much as they cheer for him.
Most golf fans know who the Big Three are - Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player. But how many know how the name came about?
Arnie and Jack, friends and competitors for more than a half-century, make up golf's greatest rivalry.
Over a 10-year span, Arnold Palmer won a U.S. Amateur and seven major titles, taking himself and the game to new heights.
Arnold Palmer won several tournaments in spectacular fashion. He lost, many times, in the same manner.
The world's most famous golfer has plenty of famous golfing buddies, but it's his relationship with presidents over the years that stands out.
Arnold Palmer's legacy reaches beyond golf's boundaries. Even at 85, he's still adding to it.
Arnold Palmer has been as big a star in business as he was on the golf course.
Arnold Palmer was perfect for the TV boom. TV was perfect in helping Arnold Palmer take off.
Fans, peers, journalists, athletes from other sports: They share their personal Arnold Palmer stories.
Arnold Palmer's name extends beyond the golf world. It reaches families who associate it with saving the lives of loved ones.
By air and by land, Arnold Palmer's life outside the ropes has been thrilling and fulfilling.
Trophies aside, Arnold Palmer has been a very successful man outside the ropes.
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