On This Day
2004 -- The New Yorker publishes Dana Goodyear’s poetic ode “Oasis” to Arnold Palmer, -- the refreshing concoction, not the refreshing legend. “We found (like the deserting) spacious calm/ drank a pair of Arnold Palmers underneath a palm.”Read More...
What is AP Experience?
The Experience section of ArnoldPalmer.com is more than a website. It's
an interactive museum.
Researchers can read the scores of every round
Palmer's ever shot in competitive play. Fans can study Palmer's contributions to
aviation history -- he set a 1976 speed record by flying around the world in
just 58 hours. They can spend time with the old master in his workshop. They can
get swing tips, advise on how to sink pressure putts, straighten out a slice,
and grill a tasty ribeye on the backyard barbecue. The AP Experience takes a
lifetime of published Palmer stories, photographs and facts and distills them
into a searchable website that will let amateur biographers and fans delve into
the Arnold Palmer that interests them the most.
The Kingdom Cup 2015
Despite the occasional drop of rain, much merriment occurred over the two days of the VIIth Annual Kingdom Cup golf tournament, presented with Arnold Palmer on January 11th and 12th at Bay Hill Club & Lodge in Orlando.
The tournament, presented annually by Kingdom magazine and hosted each year by Arnold Palmer, is a way of Kingdom spending time with, having fun with and saying “thank you” to its loyal clients and supporters. The event is by invitation only, and it helps to raise funds for the Arnold Palmer Medical Center Foundation. To date, Kingdom magazine has raised in excess of $700,000.
1960 U.S. Open at Cherry Hills
For a complete day-by-day account of Arnold's life view the Timeline.
I'll have an "Arnold Palmer" please!
If you don't already know that's half
parts lemonade & iced tea. Or maybe a fine glass of Arnold Palmer Wine is
your cup of tea.
Visit the 19th Hole
A key feature of the experience will be the exhibits that highlight
significant aspects of Palmer's legendary life.
We begin our exhibits with