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Arnold Palmer Forever® Stamp
This stamp honors the famous golfer, philanthropist, businessman, and aviator.
In 2020, the U.S. Postal Service honors golfer Arnold Palmer (1929–2016), who rose from humble beginnings to become a champion. With drive and charisma, he helped transform a game once seen as a pastime for the elite into a sport enjoyed by the masses.
The stamp features James Drake’s action photograph of Palmer at the 1964 United States Open at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Maryland. Palmer’s name appears in the top left corner and the words “Forever” and “USA” are printed along the bottom of the left edge.
In 1958, Palmer captured his first major title, prevailing at the Masters Tournament. In 1960, he collected his second of four Masters wins. That June, at Cherry Hills Country Club outside Denver, Colorado, he won his first and only United States Open championship, in dramatic fashion. Fearless late-tournament play, known as the Palmer Charge, soon became his trademark.
In July of 1960, Palmer played in his first British Open Championship, held at the Old Course in St Andrews, Scotland. He finished second at the tournament, which soon grew in popularity among U.S. golfers at least in part due to Palmer’s participation. He won the tournament for the first time in 1961 at Royal Birkdale Golf Club and successfully defended his title in 1962 at Royal Troon Golf Club.