Kingdom Magazine: Issue 11
There are Arnold Palmer Signature golf courses in the high mountains of Colorado and on the blustery coast of Ireland, but if you’re like us you’ll take your golf beach-side, warm and beautiful. Enter the new Ginn Sur Mer from the excellent Ginn ResortsSM
Worth far more than 1,000 words, the value of this portrait is in what it says about both its subject and its creator.
Over 14 years, working with an ink pen on paper, Dr. Jim Chase used 22,719 words to create a portrait of Arnold Palmer.
Brothers to a Tee
Young men from around the world grew up idolizing Arnold Palmer. But only one of them was his little brother. Chris Rodell
profiles Jerry Palmer, The King's sibling, and a prince of a guy in his own right
Arnold Palmer Pavilion
At select PGA TOUR events this year, Ketel One is hosting “The Arnold Palmer Pavilion,” a traveling mini-museum and hospitality area that celebrates the King’s life and career with a large selection of memorabilia. Ketel One’s Arnold Palmer Pavilion made its debut at the Arnold Palmer Invitational in March to great acclaim, and continues with several other tournaments this year.
Links-style golf in Chinese mountains? Elephants and tigers on Cambodian fairways? Teeing off in the hot winds of an emirate’s desert? Absolutely. North, south, east and west, the excellent team at the Arnold Palmer Design Company (APDC) is busy bringing great golf to all corners of the globe—and we do mean all corners.
30 Year Reign - The King's Tournament
Not just one of the most beloved tournaments on TOUR, the 30th
staging of The Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by MasterCard was also one of the most exciting played this year. JEFF BERLINICKE
has a look at a Tiger, some birdies and an awful lot of worms…
A Line Through Time
Following decades of industrious cutting by Doc Giffin, the clippings of the King are brought to cyber-life on ArnoldPalmer.com with a little help from Chris Rodell
Countdown to Valhalla
Five defeats in the last six Ryder Cups have left the United States with plenty of catching-up to do. As the 2008 matches in Kentucky approach, Peter Milligan looks forward to a potentially fascinating and memorable contest
Q&A with The King
Moments after posing for pictures with 16-year-old 2008
West Penn Junior Champion Ryan Prokay (Palmer won
the title in 1947 and ’48), Prokay’s parents and Mulligan,
the always-welcome picture-crashing canine, Arnold
Palmer walked into his memorabilia-filled office and
greeted Kingdom Magazine correspondent Chris Rodell.
Palmer was warm, full of laughter and insight and in good
spirits as he sat down for an hour-long chat
The U.S. Coast Guard base in Kodiak, Alaska, has a lot of responsibility, a lot of great people, a lot of wind and a golf course with some startlingly natural hazards…
Words and Pictures: Reade Tilley