Sports World Takes to Twitter to Mourn ‘The King,’ Golf Icon Arnold Palmer


shutterstock_74228599The sports world took to Twitter late Sunday night and early Monday morning to pay tribute to “The King,” Arnold Palmer, who passed away at the age of 87.

Tiger Woods said that “it’s hard to imagine golf,” without Palmer — whose immense charisma earned him the adoration of fans across the world.

President Obama shared a picture of himself putting on the Oval Office carpet, with Palmer looking on.

And republican nominee Donald Trump, who’s active in the golf course business, tweeted his condolences too:

And Palmer’s rival and friend Jack Nicklaus offered a touching tribute:

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