Golf: Arnie's Earnings

Less than two months ago, his game in tatters, golf's No. 1 money winner, Arnold Palmer, quit the pro tour to think things over at home. "Every time I turned around," he complained, "somebody was writing my obituary." But last month, rested and relaxed, Arnie beat Paul Harney in a play-off at New York's $100,000 Thunderbird Classic. He then tied for first in the U.S. Open, losing the play-off to Julius Boros. And last week Palmer found himself in a third straight tie — this time with Tony Lema and Tommy Aaron...

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