Golf: Palmer an ambassador of good will
It's good to be king
ORLANDO, Fla. – Arnold Palmer bought Bay Hill Club & Lodge because he loved the golf course and wanted it for his own, not having any idea where it all would lead.
Now his name adorns a PGA Tour event that has been a staple of the Florida Swing for 35 years. It's also carried by two hospitals that specialize in children – one named after his late wife, Winnie, and where more than 93,000 babies have been born since 2006.
Oh, and he's having dinner with Kate Upton this week.
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