Arnold Palmer: As we know country clubs today, it was out of bounds, so to speak. My father in the early days only went into the club himself on business. And of course, as far as my being at the club, that was out of the question. And the only time I was even allowed on the golf course was with my parents, or on caddie’s day. And I played golf in the summer on caddie’s day. And occasionally when my mother would take me out in the evenings after the golf course was virtually deserted, and I would play with her. I didn’t even get to play very much with my father, who I longed to be able to get out and play with him, ’cause he could hit the ball and he was a pretty good player. But as you say, it was different. The country club atmosphere was certainly there, but it wasn’t something that I was permitted to enjoy at my early age.