The Arnold Palmer-designed Damai Golf and Country Club opened for play in 1996 and it's fashioned in two distinct halves. The Mountain front nine plays through the forested foothills of Mount Santubong and the Ocean homeward nine tumbles down to the South China Sea.
The toughest hole and longest par four on the Palm course is undoubtedly the 18th where the final third of the hole is an island.
The Arnold Palmer-designed River and Lake nines at Emeralda Golf Club were originally billed as the 18-hole South course when they were first unveiled in 1994.
Through the use of time tested classic design principles, the Palmer golf course at Fazenda Boa Vista sits lightly on the land, blending seamlessly into the native tropical vegetation.
The Arnold Palmer designed Peninsula Papagayo golf course at the Four Seasons Resort opened for play in 2004. Stunning ocean views across the Bahía de Culebra are on offer from many fairways that sit atop a high bluff.
The Arnold Palmer course at the Geneva National Resort is just one of three 18-hole layouts at a top golf facility and it winds through rolling woodland terrain, culminating in three finishing holes alongside Lake Como.
Located on the Cigna headquarters campus (formerly known as Connecticut General Life Insurance), the course at Gillette Ridge Golf Club is a public golf facility that Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay fashioned in 2004.
A 2002 Arnold Palmer design, the eighteen holes at the Golf Club of New England are mainly tree-lined, with ponds and wetlands coming into play at the closing holes on the back nine.
A Golden Age design from Perry Maxwell in the late 1920s, Floyd Farley in 1960 and Arnold Palmer in the mid-1980s modified the course at Hillcrest Country Club, but it still retains much of its original charm.
Opening for play in 1986, the course at Isleworth Golf & Country Club is the centrepiece for one of the nation’s premier residential communities and home to a plethora of famous golfing names.