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Arnold Palmer waves before Round 1 of the 80th Masters Golf Tournament on April 7, 2016.

Legendary golfer and beverage aficionado Arnold Palmer passed away Sunday. In addition to amassing millions of loyal fans, Palmer also amassed quite a fortune over his 52-year career: $875 million, according to Forbes, making him the third highest-earning sportsman in history.

Forbes writes that Palmer paved the way for massive endorsement earnings for future athletes like Michael Jordan and Tiger Woods. While the golfer pulled in $3.6 million in prize money over the course of his five-plus-decade career, he earned "240 times that from appearances, endorsements, licensing and golf course design."

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Palmer raked in $42 million in 2015 alone, according to Forbes. He was a spokesman for dozens of brands, including Cadillac, Hertz, and Pennzoil. He had a a 50-year long relationship with Rolex, and, of course, licensed his name to AriZona Beverage Co. for a line of popular beverages that brought in $200 million in revenue in 2015.