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Sounding off: Palmer opines on balls, drivers, putters

By GolfPublisher Staff, Staff Report

Arnold Palmer is, without a doubt, the enduring face of golf, still called by many the most loved man who still is playing. He continues to play, partially, for that one reason - he enjoys the people, and they still adore him.

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