Arnold Palmer was wonderful to fans and autograph seekers. He was always warm and accommodating. He said he signed millions of autographs and I believe it. I was fortunate to have met him probably 100 times over the past 30 years. I have wonderful memories of meeting him and sitting at a bar with him and having a few drinks twice.

This is an official 1958 Masters Scorecard signed by Palmer This was Mr. Palmer’s first Masters and his first Professional Major.

An official 1962 Masters Scorecard signed by Mr. Palmer.

This is Arnold Palmer’s tournament used visor

This is a 1962 Masters Sunday Pairing sheet signed by Mr. Palmer Mr Palmer won this masters.

2 Large photographs I have of both Nicklaus and Palmer putting on the Green Jacket.

Some of Mr. Palmer’s business cards he signed.

I had Mr. Palmer signed this flag as he flew into Augusta Airport on Tuesday during the 2004 Masters. I asked him to add 50 Years to his autograph and he did it but he wasn’t happy about it. This was Mr. Palmer last masters where he participated.

This is an example of Palmer’s autopen autograph or Machine made autograph. I see this being sold as authentic. If you see this exact autograph you now know it’s not authentic.

I still have the receipt for the time I had a few drinks with Arnold Palmer. I was attending the World Golf Hall of Fame ceremony Mark McCormick was being inducted and Mr Palmer was there for him. I was at the Bar and he came up with his wife and sat next to me and we talked for 30 minutes. This happened in 2007. I still remember what we talked about.

This photo was taken in St Andrews at the Golf HOF ceremony.

Nicklaus Palmer signed Par 3 flag.

Some Big 3 signed Masters flags

A letter signed by Mr Palmer.

I love personal items. This is a receipt for a delivery of cookies where Mr. Palmer signed for delivery of the cookies etc. FUNNY

A nice vintage 1960s signed photograph

Some various wonderfully signed Palmer signed photos I’m sure I own at least 60 of them.