Arnold Palmer has left a gaping hole in the hearts of golfers everywhere with his passing, showing just how much of an impact he truly had. If you think the tributes are ceasing anytime soon, you’re sorely mistaken.
Tim Finchem, the PGA Tour commissioner, spoke at Palmer’s memorial service, prompting this proposal:
Would love to see in Tim Finchem’s last act as commissioner that he change the PGA Tour logo. pic.twitter.com/nj4YLF6CRE
— Ryan Ballengee (@RyanBallengee) October 4, 2016
The logo, featuring the King’s silhouette, has received a huge following on social media and fans are really pushing for Finchem to make the change.
— Adolfo Zayas (@azayas21) October 4, 2016
— Rick Young (@RickSCOREGolf) October 5, 2016
One fan provided a real pic of Arnie’s swing for comparison.
— @omni_who (@omni_who) October 4, 2016
I couldn’t think of a better way for Finchem to peace out, than to end his reign as commissioner with a tribute to Arnold Palmer. Some may say the logo should represent nobody, but why not change it to represent the person who upheld the values of the game to the highest level.
Arnie for the PGA Tour logo! What do you think?