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Golf Australia Express : Issue 6
LIST THE WHATA record: 94 professional wins, including seven majors (four Masters, two US Opens and one British Open). The list goes on. A PGA Tour money winner four times; PGA Player of the year twice; Vardon Trophy four times; Ryder Cup player six times; and an inductee into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 1974. Yeah, Arnie did everything. Well, almost everything. The one obvious omission from Palmer’s resume is one event that stopped him from completing the career grand slam— the PGA Championship. Not even “Arnie’s Army”—his loyal fan base— could get him over the line here. But the King did get close. Might close in fact. He finished second at the PGA three times: 1964 at Columbus Country Club in Ohio; 1968 at Pecan Valley Golf Club in Texas; and 1970 at Southern Hills Country Club in Oklahoma. Palmer had three other Top 10 finishes over the years also. It’s not true what they say: kings can’t get everything they want. MISSING LINKS Arnold Palmer