Arnold Palmer died yesterday but he left a legacy on this island. He won the first Heritage Golf Tournament in November, 1969. The tournament was outstanding for many reasons, but one was that Pete Dye was nervous because the players were all saying the course was too difficult to win. Then Jim Colbert shot a 68 the first day and they knew it was playable. When Arnie won the tournament he said, "you have to walk single file on the course to avoid hitting a tree, but I like that because it reminds me of the courses in Latrobe, Pennsylvania that I played on growing up."