Arnold Palmer, 86, won 62 PGA Tour events, including seven major championships, in his Hall-of-Fame career.
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By GOLF WIRE
Thursday, May 05, 2016

There's a reason Arnold Palmer is considered the ambassador of golf. Few have ever displayed the kind of grace, class and generosity with the game.

We're talking about a man who famously scolded a fellow pro for lazily signing autographs and insisted that every one of his signatures must be legible so the fan would know who wrote it.

So it shouldn't be surprising that Palmer, despite his declining health, sent Wesley Bryan a personalized note congratulating the former trick-shot star on earning his PGA Tour card.

Bryan won the El Bosque Mexico Championship, earning his second victory on the Web.com Tour, and along with it, his shot to play on Tour.

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