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Jack Nicklaus remembers Arnold Palmer as icon, legend, friend

The boy Jack Nicklaus met "The King" Arnold Palmer Sept. 25, 1958, at Athens Country Club in southeast Ohio. They were paired together for an exhibition round on "Dow Finsterwald Day," celebrating the reigning winner of the PGA Championship. Their ferocious yet friendly rivalry began with a driving contest on the first hole. Nicklaus, the 18-year-old Ohioan amateur, prevailed.

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New world record set for longest golf club

Michael Furrh, an Arlington, Texas golf pro, hit a ball 59 yards with a 28-foot club Monday morning at Waterchase Golf Club to set a Guinness world record again.
Joyce Marshall / The Star-Telegram
New world record set for longest golf club 2:24

New world record set for longest golf club

Donald Trump greets Adam Scott after winning the Cadillac Championship in Doral 0:44

Donald Trump greets Adam Scott after winning the Cadillac Championship in Doral

Donald Trump meets with golfer Rory McIlroy 0:40

Donald Trump meets with golfer Rory McIlroy

Trump after landing at Trump 6:10

Trump after landing at Trump