Arnold Palmer Signed Letter

Arnold Palmer signed this 8 x 10 typed letter to a fan on his "Arnold Palmer Enterprises" stationery, in blue ballpoint pen. The letter is dated July 27, 1970, and in it he responds to a fan who has inquired whether he was affiliated with "Scouting" as a boy. Palmer responds that he was, however, he regrets that he "...was not very active because of the great interest I had at that time in golf and the work I did for and with my father at the Latrobe Country Club." He goes on to reflect on the importance of Scouting, especially in the face of "juvenile delinquency" and "drugs and violence." Palmer, one of the most successful players in golf history, has a huge fan base and is credited with popularizing the game via television in the 1960's. With a total of 62 PGA tour championships, including four Masters, and countless titles both nationally and internationally, it's no wonder that Palmer is one of the most beloved golfers of all-time! Comes with a certificate that unconditionally guarantees the authenticity of this item.

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Arnold Palmer Signed Letter

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