19 Pictures That Prove Arnold Palmer Was The Ultimate Stud

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19 Pictures That Prove Arnold Palmer Was The Ultimate Stud

September 10, 2019

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Photo By: Walter Iooss Jr.

Photo By: Walter Iooss Jr.

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Palmer poses with Miss Golf 1959, Andrea Little, after the third round of the 1959 Masters.(Editor's Note: This article was first published in 2014.)

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Palmer paired up with countless models to produce ads.

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Winnie Palmer gets a kiss after her husband wins the 1960 Masters.

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Palmer hangs poolside in this ad for terry cloth.

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Always popular with the young female fans, Palmer signs autographs at the 1961 Masters.

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Many of Palmer's ads were for his own clothing line.

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The Palmers celebrate at the presentation ceremony of the 1962 Masters.

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The Palmer cardigan is still a classic fashion statement.

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Palmer did not just stick to casual wear.

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The Palmers pose at the 1958 Masters.

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Palmer models with yet another woman on his arm.

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Palmer leans on a red Cadillac in his green jacket during the 1973 Masters Tournament.

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Two icons of style, Ben Hogan and Arnold Palmer, smoke as they wait to play their tee shots on the second hole during the 1966 Masters.

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Palmer shows off his fitness and style.

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Winnie and Arnie at Augusta in 1980.

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Annika Sorenstam gets a hug from Palmer at the 3M Players Championship in 2013.

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Palmer has some pointers for supermodel Kate Upton in Golf Digest's December 2013 issue.

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Palmer poses with supermodel Kate Upton for Golf Digest's December 2013 cover.

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The pair met through a mutual friend at Palmer's management company, IMG.

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