Arnold Palmer
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October 13, 2006
Palmer declared Friday that he would retire from playing competitive golf after withdrawing from a Champions Tour event early in the first round.
The 77-year hit two balls into the water on the fourth hole, and later withdrew on account of a sore back. Palmer displayed displeasure for not doing what he has done his whole career, entertain the crowd, "I've been doing this for a long time and, first of all, to stand out there and not be able to make something happen is very traumatic in my mind," Palmer said. Palmer, winner of seven major titles, including four Masters said that he would continue playing golf for charity. It's truly a sad day in golf as one of the best ever has finally called a quits. Palmer provided us with so many fond memories, and will forever be remembered as one of golf's greatest players ever.
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April 1, 2003
Palmer announced he would play in this year's Masters after the Augusta National Golf Club decided against changing its practice and will now allow unqualified past champions over 65 years old to play in the tournament.
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April 11, 2002
Palmer announced that Friday's round of golf would be his last at the Masters.
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January 11, 2002
Palmer said he can't guarantee that he will play in his own PGA Tour event, the Bay Hill Invitational, in March and is thinking of quiting competitive golf, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
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July 9, 1999
Arnold Palmer, upset by his +21 total at the U.S. Senior Open, is considering giving up competative golf.
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