Arnold Palmer: There’s no question about the fact that I wanted to be able to swim in the swimming pool with the other kids, and I wanted to be able to go into the clubhouse like the other kids could, but I wasn’t allowed to. I suppose the only satisfaction that came from some of the things that happened in those days was that when I went swimming, I swam in the stream that ran by the golf course, and I got to use the water before the members got to use it. They pumped the water from that stream into the swimming pool. But that was sort of an inside thing with us, and we did get a kick out of it. But as I say, and as you had said, my father was a disciplinarian. And he considered it a privilege that he was able to work at the club. And as far as the privileges of the club, that was off-bounds for us.