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Arnold Palmer, 24, displays the smile of a champion after defeating Bob Sweeney to win the National Amateur golf championship in Detroit, Mich., August 28, 1954. (AP Photo)
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Gord DeLatt with a copy of the original score sheet of Arnold Palmer taken from the score boards at the Canadian Open in 1955 now hanging in the club house of the weston Golf and country club (Photo by Ron Bull/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
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Arnold Palmer smiles during the Presentation Ceremony at the 1958 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club held April 3-6, 1958 in Augusta, Georgia. (Photo by Augusta National/Getty Images)
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Arnold Palmer walks off the 18th green after finishing first in the 1960 Masters Tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club, in Augusta Georgia. (Photo by Augusta National/Getty Images)
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Arnold Palmer victorious at Cherry Hills CC, Denver, CO 6/16/1960 (Photo by John G. Zimmerman/Sports Illustrated/Getty Images)
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Arnold Palmer smiles with his trophy and medal after winning the British Open Golf Championship by a single stroke at Royal Birkdale course in Birkdale, Lancashire, England, July 15, 1961. (AP Photo)
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Arnold Palmer And Jack Nicklaus Shake Hands At The Presentation Ceremony Of The 1962 Masters Tournament (Photo by Augusta National/Getty Images)
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British Open champion Arnold Palmer poses with his trophy held high for all to see at the presentation ceremonies at Troon, Scotland, July 13, 1962. (AP Photo)
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Arnold Palmer reacts to his shot in front of a gallery on the 18th green during the 1964 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club held April 9-12, 1964 in Augusta, Georgia. (Photo by Augusta National/Getty Images)
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With a smile, Arnold Palmer accepts a victory cup for the 42nd PGA Seniors Championship, Dec. 8, 1980, in north Miami. This is Palmer's first PGA win. (AP Photo/Randy Taylor)
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