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The golf world — and the entire sports world — lost one of the greatest of all time Sunday with the passing of Arnold Palmer at the age of 87. The seven-time major winner’s death wasn’t totally unexpected given his age and failing health, but his death still was met with sadness across the world. Shortly after the unfortunate news broke, some of golf and sports’ most prominent figures shared their condolences and memories of The King. Tiger Woods Thanks Arnold for your friendship, counsel and a lot of laughs. Your philanthropy and humility are part of your legend. — Tiger Woods (@TigerWoods) September 26, 2016 (2/2) It’s hard to imagine golf without you or anyone more important to the game than the King. — Tiger Woods (@TigerWoods) September 26, 2016 Barack Obama Here's to The King who was as extraordinary on the links as he was generous to others. Thanks for the memories, Arnold. pic.twitter.com/UlyfpIBOL2 — President Obama (@POTUS) September 26, 2016 Jack Nicklaus David
       
Jack Nicklaus issues statement about Arnold Palmer
       
Jack Nicklaus paid respect to Arnold Palmer with a statement sent out on Sunday upon learning of his friend and golf comrade’s death. Palmer died at UPMC Hospital in Pittsburgh because of heart complications at the age of 87. He and Nicklaus competed against each other — most notably during the ’60s — with Palmer winning seven career majors and Nicklaus taking 18. In his statement about Palmer’s death, the Golden Bear called Palmer “a great friend” and a “fighter.” I just got the news at about 8:45 that Arnold had passed. I was shocked to hear that we lost a great friend (continued) pic.twitter.com/skehUsQgww — Jack Nicklaus (@jacknicklaus) September 26, 2016 Nicklaus closed his message by saying Palmer “was the king of our sport and always will be.” Many other golfers have paid tribute to Palmer. You can see their tweets here.
       
Golf legend Arnold Palmer dies at the age of 87
       
Golf icon Arnold Palmer, a seven-time major champion who was one of the most influential and beloved players in the game, has passed away at the age of 87 according to the USGA. In April, Palmer's health kept him from hitting a ceremonial tee shot at The Masters for the first time since 2007. He was not able to attend the U.S. Open at Oakmont near his home in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, and was struggling with mobility problems. Tributes and remembrances poured in from golf professionals and fans alike following the news of Palmer's passing.
       
Golfers pay tribute to late Arnold Palmer via Twitter
       
Arnold Palmer was one of the most iconic figures in the golf world. From being a Hall of Fame golfer and seven-time major winner to owning golf clubs and running events, Palmer was a legend and true ambassador of the game. It was no surprise to see so many great figures in the golf game pay tribute to Palmer upon learning that the King died on Sunday at age 87. Here's a look at some of the tweets: Thanks Arnold for your friendship, counsel and a lot of laughs. Your philanthropy and humility are part of your legend. — Tiger Woods (@TigerWoods) September 26, 2016 (2/2) It’s hard to imagine golf without you or anyone more important to the game than the King. — Tiger Woods (@TigerWoods) September 26, 2016 I'll miss you friend #ripTheKING pic.twitter.com/KIoz0CH59F — Rickie Fowler (@RickieFowler) September 26, 2016 My heart aches with passing of the King...Mr. Arnold Palmer. What he did for golf cannot be measured. ... https://t.co/FyLNENRzW4 — Zach Johnson (@ZachJohnsonPGA) Septembe
       
Arnold Palmer dies at 87, Arnold Palmer Enterprises CEO Alastair Johnson confirms
       
PITTSBURGH (AP) Arnold Palmer dies at 87, Arnold Palmer Enterprises CEO Alastair Johnson confirms.
       
Arnold Palmer, one of golf’s greatest ever players, dies at age 87
       
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Rory McIlroy wins Tour Championship and FedEx Cup on fourth playoff hole
       
After putting himself in position to win this weekend’s Tour Championship and take home the FedEx Cup, Rory McIlroy had tough sledding to get the victory Sunday. After shooting a six-under 64 during Sunday’s final round of the Tour Championship, McIlroy ended up missing a series of putts that nearly cost him the tournament win and FedEx Cup championship. Such a loss would have cost McIlroy $9.5 million. One putt, however, ended up saving the day for McIlroy. The 64 Sunday put the Irishman in perfect position to win the tournament Sunday. He headed into the playoff with the chance to bring home a big-time payday. McIlroy’s first chance at a win came during a birdie putt on the first playoff hole. It doesn't drop!We are going to another playoff hole, folks. #QuickHits https://t.co/QyjcwE1kZf — PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) September 25, 2016 After the first miss, McIlroy had another chance to clinch the title. But he missed that as well. No good.#QuickHits https://t.co/oahddzFIbV — PGA TOUR (@PGATOU
       
Rory McIlroy wins Tour Championship, $10 million FedEx Cup prize
       
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McIlroy the big winner at East Lake
       
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French golfer Alexander Levy wins European Open in playoff
       
BAD GRIESBACH, Germany (AP) French golfer Alexander Levy wasted a four-shot lead but beat Ross Fisher of England in a playoff to win the shortened European Open on Sunday. Levy had bogeys on the 16th and the 18th and narrowly missed a birdie putt on the 17th to finish the day at 2-under 69 and 19-under overall. Fisher shot 7-under 64 on the final day but also missed a birdie putt on the 17th and tied with Levy on 19 under. Levy then made a birdie on the second playoff hole to claim the title. The tournament was reduced to 54 holes because of fog delays over the first three days. Levy entered the third and final round with a four-shot lead at 17 under after 36 bogey-free holes. He had three bogeys in his first five holes as playing partner Fisher kept closing the gap to be one shot behind on the final tee. The Frenchman put his second shot into the spectators' area to send it into a playoff. Levy missed his first three cuts of the season and then had two spells on the sidelines in the summer due to injury. B

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