Tue 15 July 2008, The Herald

Love lost in rivalry was golf’s greatest ever gain

By Hugh MacDonald
It was the look that spoke of a lifetime of friction. It was sharp, cold and intense. Jack Nicklaus was poised over a birdie putt on the 14th green at the Masters of 2001. Gary Player was motionless some yards off. Arnold Palmer, however, had just created a stir. The King of Golf, on his way to a score that demanded an abacus rather than a card, had ducked under the gallery ropes and grabbed a fold-up chair to rest in the heat of a Georgia afternoon.
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