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  The 66th Annual Senior PGA Championship / Arnold Palmer Tribute
Arnold Palmer will play in his 24th Senior PGA Championship at his home course, Laurel Valley Golf Club.
Arnold Palmer's Record in the Senior PGA Championship
Senior PGA Championship Records Held by Arnold Palmer
www.pga.com /seniorpga/2005/palmer   (369 words)

  
  Arnold Palmer
Palmer began his golf career at the age of four when he was swinging his first set of golf clubs cut down by his father, Milfred Palmer who worked at the Latrobe Country Club.
Palmer reports that after several years of family and professionals encouraging him to seek help, that the final acceptance of his need to seek help occurred when one night he found that he was unable to hear the sound track during a movie.
Palmer seriously responds, “When I walked out on the golf course the first day I had a hearing aid, I heard things I hadn’t heard on the golf course, like the click of hitting a put or hitting a golf ball, or the air going through the club when I was swinging it.
www.audible-difference.com /Articles/arnold_palmer.htm   (665 words)

  
  Profile for Arnold PALMER
Cometh the hour, cometh the man. Arnold Palmer was the symbol that sold golf to the American public in the television age of the late 1950s and 1960s.
Palmer attacked golf courses with brute strength and an angelic putting touch, and he did it all with stylish elan.
But it was what Palmer did in those seven glorious seasons that so ignited the public interest in the man and in his sport.
library.thinkquest.org /10556/english/high/profiles/palmer.htm   (382 words)

  
  Arnold Palmer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Palmer is not generally regarded as the greatest player in history, but he is arguably golf's most popular star and its most important trailblazer because he was the first star of the sport's television age, which began in the 1950s.
Palmer's charisma was a major factor in establishing golf as a compelling television event in the 1950s and 1960s, setting the stage for the popularity it enjoys today.
Palmer has had a diverse golf related business career including owning "Arnold Palmer's Bay Hill Club and Lodge", which is the venue for the PGA Tour's Bay Hill Invitational, helping to found The Golf Channel, and negotiating the deal to build the first golf course in the People's Republic of China.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Arnold_Palmer   (1379 words)

  
 World Golf: Arnold Palmer
Palmer pilots his $20 million Citation X the 40-minutes of fly-time from his Pennsylvania home, and he is content to play a nine-hole exhibition.
Palmer says the golf balls go too far as it is, but as long as they are legal, he realizes he would be foolish not to use them.
Palmer is a constant tinkerer when it comes to making and testing clubs in his garage (can you imagine a garage sale at his house?), but when it comes to belly putters, he draws the line.
www.worldgolf.com /features/arnold-palmer-profile.htm   (1480 words)

  
 NASCAR.com - Conversation: Arnold Palmer/Dale Jarrett - March 13, 2004
Palmer: Well, I've admired his driving, from a distance, although I did one trip to a race something like Atlanta at Homestead a few years ago (in 1999) when my friend Jim Pate was chairman of Pennzoil.
Palmer: I was doing a commercial out there at the track, and Rick Mears was going to give me a ride in one of these new Chrysler New Yorkers that were sitting there.
Palmer came to Homestead, where he was the Grand Marshal for the race at which I ultimately clinched the championship.
www.nascar.com /2004/news/features/conversation/03/13/apalmer_djarrett   (1916 words)

  
 USRF - Arnold Palmer: The Legend Continues...
His father, Milfred "Deacon" Palmer, who worked at Latrobe Country Club as both golf professional and course superintendent, gave his young son lots of encouragement and pointers so it came as no surprise that young Arnie was beating some of the older caddies by the time he reached his teen years.
The name Arnold Palmer would be one of the most recognizable in the world even if he had done nothing more than play golf.
Palmer says that a lot of men have come to him and said that they are getting their PSAs because they have heard him recommend it.
www.usrf.org /news/010815-Arnold_Palmer_CaP.html   (1596 words)

  
 The My Hero Project - Arnold Palmer
Palmer was born in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, the son of a greenskeeper and strict authoritarian.
The Arnold Palmer Hospital is dedicated to caring compassionately for the special needs of women and children.
Arnold Palmer is a golf icon who moved the sport onto the national scene.
www.myhero.com /myhero/hero.asp?hero=arnold_palmer   (1139 words)

  
 Arnold Palmer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Palmer was the first professional golfer to earn more than a million dollars a year in prize money, the first golfer to fly his own plane to tournaments, and the first to win the Masters four times in 1958, 1960, 1962, and 1964.
Palmer was born in Youngstown, Pa., on Sept. 10, 1929.
Arnold was given cut-down clubs at the age of 3, and his father taught him a firm grip.
tiger.towson.edu /users/nphilb1/arnold_palmer.htm   (416 words)

  
 BookRags: Arnold Daniel Palmer Biography
Arnold Palmer (born 1929) amassed 92 golf championships in professional competition of national or international stature by the end of 1994.
Arnold Palmer was born in Youngstown, Pennsylvania, and grew up in nearby Latrobe, an industrial town not far from Pittsburgh.
Palmer mounted an even more astonishing comeback in the 1960 U.S. Open in Denver, where he scored a 65 in the final round to win the tournament from seven strokes--and 14 players--out of the lead.
www.bookrags.com /biography/arnold-daniel-palmer   (1697 words)

  
 Arnold Palmer: What's New: What's New
Arnold Palmer will fly to Ireland in late September to attend to course design business and spend time at the prestigious Ryder Cup as it is played in Ireland at the K Club course outside of Dublin that he and...
Arnold Palmer issued the following statement on Friday, June 30, regarding the U.S. Senior Open Championship, to be played July 7-10 at Prairie Dunes Country Club, Hutchinson, Kansas: "It is with great regret that I have come to the very...
Arnold Palmer striped a ceremonial tee shot that rolled to the end of the range at the new Ely Callaway Performance Center, the state-of-the-art golf research and fitting facility named after Callaway Golf’s late founder, Ely Callaway.
arnoldpalmer.com /en/content/docscorner   (299 words)

  
 Latrobe Country Club - Arnold Palmer - Latrobe, PA - Club - Arnold Palmer History at Latrobe Country Club   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Arnold Palmer has an unfailing sense of thoughtfulness with everybody he comes in contact.
Arnold was born September 10, 1929 in Latrobe.
Arnold's springboard to professional fame and fortune was his victory in the U.S. Amateur Championship in 1954.
www.latrobecountryclub.com /club/arnoldpalmer.asp   (428 words)

  
 Arnold Palmer - Golfer's Lifestyle Magazine
Arnold Palmer is many things to many people...world famous golf immortal and sportsman, highly-successful business executive, prominent advertising spokesman, skilled aviator, talented golf course designer and consultant, devoted family patriarch and a man with a down-to-earth common touch that has made him one of the most popular and accessible public figures in history.
Arnold is president and sole owner (since 1971) of Latrobe Country Club and president and principal owner of the Bay Hill Club and Lodge, Orlando, FL, which he and a group of associates acquired in 1970.
Palmer was born on September 10, 1929, in Latrobe, a small industrial town in Western Pennsylvania at the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains some 50 miles east of Pittsburgh.
www.golferslifestyle.com /arnoldpalmer.php   (1400 words)

  
 Arnold Palmer - MSN Encarta
Arnold Palmer, born in 1929, American golfer, the first to win the Masters championship four times and one of the most successful and popular golfers of all time.
Born in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, Palmer began playing golf at the age of three.
By 1968 Palmer had become the first golfer to earn more than $1,000,000 in Professional Golf Association tournament prize money.
encarta.msn.com /encyclopedia_761566769/Arnold_Palmer.html   (252 words)

  
 Travel Golf: Arnold Palmer
Palmer pilots his $20 million Citation X the 40-minutes of fly-time from his Pennsylvania home, and he is content to play a nine-hole exhibition.
Palmer says the golf balls go too far as it is, but as long as they are legal, he realizes he would be foolish not to use them.
Palmer is a constant tinkerer when it comes to making and testing clubs in his garage (can you imagine a garage sale at his house?), but when it comes to belly putters, he draws the line.
www.travelgolf.com /departments/editorials/arnold-palmer-profile.htm   (1330 words)

  
 Palmer.Arnold   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Palmer is also an entrepreneur with his own multimillion-dollar company and the author of numerous golf books.
Arnold Palmer was born on September 10, 1929, in Latrobe, Pennsylvania to Doris and Milfred "Deacon" Palmer.
Palmer's brother Jerry succeeded their father as superintendent of the Latrobe County Country Club and his two sisters also reside in the Latrobe area with their husbands.
www.pabook.libraries.psu.edu /LitMap/bios/Palmer_Arnold.html   (849 words)

  
 Arnold Palmer - Prostate Cancer
His father, Milfred “Deacon” Palmer, who worked at Latrobe Country Club as both golf professional and course superintendent, gave his young son lots of encouragement and pointers so it came as no surprise that young Arnie was beating some of the older caddies by the time he reached his teen years.
The name Arnold Palmer would be one of the most recognizable in the world even if he had done nothing more than play golf.
Palmer says that a lot of men have come to him and said that they are getting their PSAs because they have heard him recommend it.
www.yourfamilyshealth.com /cancer/prostate/arnold_palmer   (2032 words)

  
 Arnold Palmer Golf Academy - Arnold Palmer's Bay Hill Club & Lodge
The Arnold Palmer Golf Academy offers programs for all ages and levels of play to learn the fundamentals of golf according to Arnold Palmer's philosophy of the game.
Their goal is to help you achieve your full golfing potential by making learning and practicing the game truly enjoyable.
All material ©2005 Arnold Palmer's Bay Hill Club & Lodge.
www.bayhill.com /fw/main/Arnold_Palmer_Golf_Academy-1585.html   (182 words)

  
 Carolina Golf Directory: Rivertowne...The Latest Gem In Palmer's Crown
When completed, Palmer will have fashioned a sparkling gem on a property that is as enchanting as the wetlands and majestic oaks that line the fairways using Palmer's deft touch.
Palmer, recall, ruled the PGA Tour until a young, hungry bear cast his long shadow over Palmer, for years the People's choice.
The years fly by and Palmer is still flashing that same charismatic smile, hitching up his trousers and thrilling the legions of fans who have followed his heroics for half a century.
www.southcarolinahomes.net /golf/golf_arnold_palmer.asp   (935 words)

  
 Arnold Palmer pulls out of Senior PGA
Arnold Palmer withdrew from the Senior PGA Championship on Tuesday because of concerns he wouldn't be competitive.
The 76-year-old Palmer had planned to make the tournament next week at Oak Tree his first Champions Tour start of the year.
Palmer, the winner of four Masters, two British Opens and one U.S. Open, won the Senior PGA Championship in his first year eligible in 1980 and claimed the title again in 1984.
www.golftoday.co.uk /news/yeartodate/news06/arnold_palmer.html   (284 words)

  
 GolfDigest.com - Arnold Palmer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
For a time it was easy to predict the winner of the Masters: Arnold Palmer would win it in even-numbered years.
Arnold played in his first of a record 50 consecutive Masters at age 25 in 1955, when he tied for 10th and earned $696.
As he played those final competitive rounds at Augusta, it wasn't unusual to see Palmer searching the gallery during a wait, his eyes twinkling after finding one of the many fans who had followed him for all or part of a half-century.
www.golfdigest.com /majors/masters/index.ssf?/majors/masters/gd200604palmermaster.html   (444 words)

  
 Amazon.com: A Golfer's Life: Books: Arnold Palmer,James Dodson   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Arnold Palmer looks back over a fantastic career with no lack of humility, but with personal glimpses in sufficient depth to maintain the interest at all times.
Palmer may be a little old-fashioned in his outlook for some of today's readers and indeed the schmaltz might be a little thick at times, but this still rates as a sports book of excellent quality.
Arnold Palmer defines what charisma is. Charisma has nothing to do with skill, he certainly was not the most skilled or accomplished golfer.
www.amazon.com /Golfers-Life-Arnold-Palmer/dp/0345414810   (2396 words)

  
 An Interview with Arnold Palmer and Fred Ridley | USGA
And with that in mind we are now joined by Arnold and our good friend, Fred Ridley, President of the United States Golf Association, and Fred HAS a special announcement to make today.
Arnold, as we all know, has had a long and distinguished history in the game and a long relationship with the USGA.
ARNOLD PALMER: Well, Jimmy, I'm flattered, first of all, by the fact that the USGA, Fred and his associates who have seen fit to do this.
www.usga.org /news/2005/March/palmer_ridley.html   (602 words)

  
 Interview With Arnold Palmer
RAND JERRIS: It is an honor and a privilege to welcome Arnold Palmer to the interview center this afternoon.
Palmer is the 1960 United States Open Champion, the 1954 United States Amateur champion and in 1981 won the second United States Senior Open.
ARNOLD PALMER: Well, I certainly was very proud of Sam and what he did at the Junior, the two rounds that he played to lead the qualifying was pretty spectacular.
www.ussenioropen.com /2005/news/interviews/arnold-palmer-7-26-05.html   (1498 words)

  
 Arnold Palmer
Arnold Palmer signed for me at the Pebble Beach First Tee Open Tournament on August 31, 2005.
After Arnold’s practice round on Wednesday there were only about 20 people waiting for autographs.
Arnold had his own fl sharpie and was very accommodating.
www.sicollection.com /html/arnold_palmer.html   (42 words)

  
 Random House Publishing Group | A Golfer's Life by Arnold Palmer
To the legions of golf fans around the world, Palmer is a charismatic hero, the winner of sixty-one tournaments on the PGA Tour and still going strong on the Senior PGA Tour.
Writing with the humor and candor that are as much his trademark as his unique golf swing, Palmer narrates the deeply moving story of his life both on and off the links.
Arnold Palmer has lived one of the great sporting lives of the twentieth century.
www.randomhouse.com /rhpg/catalog/display.pperl?9780345414823   (267 words)

  
 ESPN.com: Palmer inspired army of followers
Palmer was so mortified by the experience that he quit college during his senior year and joined the U.S. Coast Guard.
Palmer was the leading money winner on the PGA Tour between 1960 and 1963, winning 29 times in that stretch.
Even though Palmer eclipsed that seven-figure milestone at the 1968 PGA Championship, it was a bittersweet achievement.
espn.go.com /sportscentury/features/00016397.html   (1220 words)

  
 Arnold Palmer -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
For nearly fifty years, Palmer has commanded the spotlight with his pioneering vision for the game of golf and his involvement in the development of some of the most prestigious golf courses in the world.
Palmer and founder of Luna Vineyards, Mike Moone share a long-standing friendship and in 2003, they chose to collaborate and develop Arnold Palmer Wines.
Palmer on Luna Vineyards and its founder Mike Moone, "Since I hooked up with Luna, I've had a reason to be more involved with wine," says Palmer.
www.arnoldpalmerwines.com /arnoldpalmer/page/partnership.jsp   (314 words)

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