Time for Thorns

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Arold Palmer, R.I.P.

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He wasn’t the  most stylish  player,  but he was bold and driven to win.   He revolutionized the game of golf for the age of television  and even though he made a bundle of money through endorsements as well as winning,  he never forgot his rather humble origins,  and he was unfailingly kind to his fans,  even after he became famous.   Arnold Palmer was a sports superstar who was also a gentleman,  something today’s spoiled brats in the sports world would do well to attempt to emulate.

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September 27, 2016 at 12:31 am

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