Palmer, Arnold - Autographed Masters Golf Ball
Born: September 10, 1929 in Latrobe, PA.
Died: Sept. 25, 2016
"The King" was born at the 1958 Masters. Despite shooting 73 in the final round; a favorable embedded ball ruling at the 12th hole, and an eagle on the 13th hole spurred Palmer to a one shot victory over Doug Ford.
A patented Arnold Palmer "charge" delivered his second green jacket in 1960. Needing to birdie one of the final two holes to catch Ken Venturi and force a playoff, Arnie birdied both of them to seal the victory.
Arnie won his third Masters in 1962, in a playoff with Gary Player and Dow Finsterwald, joining Sam Snead and Jimmy Demaret as the only 3-time winners of the event.
In 1964 Arnold Palmer won his fourth Masters, it would be his final major championship. After posting three rounds in the 60's, Palmer's final round 70 gave him a 6-stroke victory over Jack Nicklaus and Dave Marr. Arnie was the first to win the Masters four times; he would later be joined by Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods.
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