A 1970 Golf Digest profile revealed the legend as he lived and breathed, at work, in his home and on the course.
The legendary golfer can't hide his affinity for his long-time home
Nick Seitz recalls covering the 1960 U.S. Open at Cherry Hills
Winter golf keeps our golf muscles stretched. Our brain muscles, too. Strategy in the winter often is inverted. Rather than lob th …
Sam Bradford's football skills earned him a Heisman trophy, but Oklahoma's quarterback is also a seriously good golfer
Augusta National's par-4 opening hole has evolved into a starter that daunts even the longest of hitters
In '67 at Champions, the U.S. scored the most one-sided victory in Cup history, but for one writer the big story was Ben Hogan's c …
Come April 10, Player plans to beat Palmer's record for most Masters Tournaments played
The loudest place in Arizona on Super Bowl weekend might just be No. 16 at TPC Scottsdale
Today's best players can still maneuver the ball, but modern equipment and conditions have altered the art
Another year. Another Masters (his 50th). But there will never be another Arnold Palmer.