The Ryder Cup is always a celebration of the game of golf, but this year, it's also been a celebration of Arnold Palmer.
The King died at age 87 on Sunday night, and this week has been one for remembering Arnie. At the Ryder Cup, an event he loved and dominated, there have been a number of tributes to Palmer already through the practice rounds and opening ceremony.
That continued on Friday morning for the beginning of the competition.
Palmer's 1975 Ryder Cup golf bag from when he was captain was placed on the first tee box, a touching memorial to the fallen legend.
After a video tribute to Palmer played prior to the first tee shots, the crowd started an "Arnold Palmer" chant in the grandstands.