Arnold Palmer waves to the gallery as he completes his last competitive round in the Masters tournament in 2002. “The King,” as became known during a career that produced 62 PGA Tour victories, died Sunday at 87.
Arnold Palmer waves to the gallery as he completes his last competitive round in the Masters tournament in 2002. “The King,” as became known during a career that produced 62 PGA Tour victories, died Sunday at 87. Dave Martin / Associated Press
Arnold Palmer waves to the gallery as he completes his last competitive round in the Masters tournament in 2002. “The King,” as became known during a career that produced 62 PGA Tour victories, died Sunday at 87. Dave Martin / Associated Press

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