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.
Have you found your natural golf swing? PGA pro Jay Golden has tips to help you find a swing that is perfectly tailored to your unique height, weight and athletic experience.
In golf, as in life, there’s a fine line between success and failure. Not many have heard of Jay Golden, but his contributions to the game may be greater than anyone else on the Tour. Well, at least more varied!
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.
They reach out to others about breast cancer, and they’ve also raised millions for the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center Orlando. Find out what makes this event so unique and see how much fun making a difference can be.
Women Playing For T.I.M.E. is one of the world’s great grass roots organizations. The members’ mission is to help M. D. Anderson Cancer Orlando defeat cancers that affect women. And now, one of the last great barriers in sports has been broken.
Want to know the secret to hitting long irons? Toss them in the garbage can! PGA pro Jay Golden is back with more tips to help you improve your golf game.
Tiger Woods’ home golf course got a pink transformation the morning after he won the Arnold Palmer Invitational. A pink army invaded the exclusive Isleworth Country Club to continue its battle breast cancer.
This interview is for anyone who ever wondered “what if” about their own career choices. Phil Bundy is on a quest to become the oldest PGA rookie ever.
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.