Fans share their favorite Arnold Palmer stories in “Arnie & Me”

A new documentary featuring home movies, personal anecdotes and memories submitted by Arnold Palmer’s legion of fans will premiere tonight on the Golf Channel. 

“Arnie & Me” provides a new look at the golf great from the people who filled the ranks of Arnie’s Army for more than 50 years. It includes about 40 funny and heartfelt stories, including the tale of how Arnie’s Army came to be.

The documentary airs at 10 p.m. ET tonight. If you haven’t seen the three-part documentary “Arnie,” settle in at 7 p.m. to learn more about the seven-time major champion.

We have our own great memories of Palmer, who used to visit Pinehurst with his father, Deacon, growing up.

“I have great memories of visiting Pinehurst in the old days,” he said in 1994. “For a kid from Latrobe to visit the golf capital of the world was a special treat.”

While playing golf for Wake Forest College in the late 1940s, he won the Southern Conference Championship on Pinehurst No. 2. He sat down with us to reminisce before last year’s historic back-to-back U.S. Open and U.S. Women’s Open. 

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