Tuesday was an emotional day for the world of golf.
Many of the biggest names in golf descended on Latrobe, Pa., for a final farewell to Arnold Palmer -- "The King" -- who passed away Sunday, Sept. 26, at the age of 87.
This past Sunday, the United States took home the Ryder Cup at Hazeltine for the first time in eight years, defeating Europe, 17-11. The King's presence was felt all week at Hazeltine and there was even a parallel that would give anyone the chills.
Last Friday, the U.S. team swept the morning session 4-0. It was the first time the U.S. blanked their Ryder Cup opponents in a session since 1975... when Palmer was the captain.
When the Americans hoisted the Ryder Cup on Sunday, it had all the feels of, "This one's for Arnie."
There was a celebration for the victory and then -- just two days later -- a celebration of Palmer's life.
At the request of Palmer's daughter, Amy, the Ryder Cup Trophy was on hand for Tuesday's memorial service.
Here's a photo Rickie Fowler tweeted out on his way to the service:
Later, Fowler was joined by Phil Mickelson and Bubba Watson to deliver the Ryder Cup to the service:
It's safe to say there will never be another Arnold Palmer.