Golf legend Arnold Palmer, died at the age of 87
Golf legend, Arnold Palmer on Sunday, at the age of 87 died.
That reports Reuters. Palmer wrote during his active career seven major titles to his name and was an ambassador for the sport. There is also a golf tournament named after him, the Arnold Palmer Invitational, which is held annually in his hometown of Orlando.
Palmer died at the UPMC Presbyterian Hospital in Pittsburgh where he lay for problems with his heart.
Due to the emergence of television in the late ’50s and early ’60s wore Palmer to the popular of the sport. During his career, he knew a lot of fans to bind that Arnie’s Army called it.
“We are deeply saddened by the death of Arnold Palmer, golf’s biggest ambassador,” let the U. S. Golf Association know on Twitter.