Arnold Palmer has lived an incredible life, and the King now wants to share some of what's he experienced and what he's learned along the way.
In October, Palmer will release a memoir entitled "A Life Well Played: My Stories." It's a follow-on to his 1999 autobiography, "A Golfer's Life," which he wrote with James Dodson.
"Though I have written a number of books in the past, this one was particularly important to me, because, as I delved into the process, I realized just how much I still wanted to say to my friends in golf and to fans of the game in general," Palmer said in a statement announcing the book, which will be released Oct. 25.
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"Going through the exercise of getting it all down has been personally satisfying, but I couldn’t have done it without a dedicated group of individuals who truly believed in this project."
The book will offer "advice and guidance, sharing stories of his career on the course, success in business and the great relationships that give meaning to his life."
With Palmer being one of professional golf's greatest success stories, he should have plenty to offer readers.