For Pete's Sake

Tributes pour in after golfing legend Arnold Palmer dies

Arnold Palmer gave a thumbs up before the ceremonial first tee before the first round of the Masters in April.
Arnold Palmer gave a thumbs up before the ceremonial first tee before the first round of the Masters in April. The Associated Press

Golfing legend Arnold Palmer died Sunday at age 87, Golfweek magazine reported.

Palmer was one of the game’s best. He collected 62 PGA victories and four Master’s titles, two British Open championships and one U.S. Open crown.

As well as being one of the biggest golf stars ever, Palmer will also be remembered for his favorite drink: half iced tea and half lemonade.

Many people took time to remember Palmer:

Pete Grathoff: 816-234-4330, @pgrathoff

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