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قديم 2016-10-05, 03:37 PM
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افتراضي For all his accolades, Arnold Palmer was under-rated





THE death of Arnold Palmer (pictured, right) late last month at the age of 87 has prompted countless appraisals of his legacy and place in golf’s history. By the most common metric, wins in major tournaments, his seven titles put him in a five-way tie for seventh place, trailing Jack Nicklaus (left), Tiger Woods, Walter Hagen, Ben Hogan, Gary Player and Tom Watson. But such comparisons are fraught with pitfalls: Hagen was already 42 when the first Masters was played, and the PGA Championship employed the volatile match-play format from 1916 to 1957. Similarly, Tom Morris Jr, who won four straight British Opens from 1868-72, only had to beat between seven and 16 rivals to claim the Claret Jug; today, over 150 contestants enter. Moreover, simply counting victories unfairly assesses a player’s performance based on those of his rivals. Was Phil Mickelson’s 17-under-par score of 267 in this year’s British Open any less impressive because Henrik Stenson...Continue reading
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