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Eternal memories of the King

Nathan Smith thought he was lucky when he got to play a Tuesday practice round with Arnold Palmer at the 2004 Masters.

The moment was significant for several reasons for Smith, a Brookville, Pa., native and one of the most decorated amateurs in Western Pennsylvania history. Read more >

Golf legend, Latrobe native Arnold Palmer dies at 87

Arnold Palmer not only seemed larger than life, he was larger than life. There were greater champions in history, but there was never a player who popularized the game and brought it to the masses like the man who grew up in Latrobe and never left, despite his immense celebrity.