Arnold Palmer was arguably the greatest golfer who ever lived.

Since his death at the age of 87, demand for the legend's memorabilia has predictably skyrocketed.

In fact, it appears that Arnie's stuff is uniquely popular.

So exactly how much coin are we talking about?

The putter that Arnie closed the 1964 Masters with just sold at auction for almost $100K.

Well, $97,690 to be precise.

That's a lot of scratch.

There's more to be said, so click over to The Daily Player to pick up the details.

If Arnie's mementoes are out of your range, Fanorama would like you to consider our collection of eyewear, featuring items such as these polarized professional sunglasses:

polarized professional sunglasses

Admit it. These would look pretty damn good on you. And for only $34.50, they can. So they should. Buy them now and feel like a million when wearing them.

Then, go out and get famous so you can resell them for $100,000 to memento collectors. It's all right. We won't mind.

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