Arnold Palmer burst onto the scene at the same moment that televised golf was finding its way into American living rooms. Arnold doesn’t play much competitive golf anymore, but as we found out, he still has plenty of game.
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Arnold Palmer, the commoner who became “The King” of golf, is celebrating his 80th birthday. He paused recently to talk to Growing Bolder about his greatest passion — helping the Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children.
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He quickly became a national folk hero and is credited with popularizing golf worldwide. Arnold Palmer doesn’t play much competitive golf anymore, but as we found out, he still has plenty of game.
One of the toughest feats in golf is to shoot your age. Not only has one 88-year-old golfer done it at least six times, he beat golfing greats Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player in the process.