Featured courses designed, remodelled and added to by Arnold Palmer

Speidel at Oglebay (Palmer)

Gem USA - Best in Area

Speidel Golf Club operates from the Oglebay Golf Resort, where golfers have the use of two championship courses. The Jones layout arrived first in 1969, followed three decades later by the shorter Palmer course.

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Starr Pass (Rattler & Roadrunner)

50th Arizona - Best in Area

The 27-hole layout at Starr Pass Golf Club began in the mid-1980s as a Bob Cupp-designed 18-hole course but Arnold Palmer added another nine during a restoration in 2003. The club hosted or co-hosted the former Tucson Open on the PGA Tour between 1987 and 1996.

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Suncadia (Prospector)

18th Washington - Best in Area

The Prospector course at the Suncadia Resort was the first of two public tracks to open at a 54-hole facility which also includes the private Tumble Creek Club layout.

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Tartan Fields

58th Ohio - Best in Area

Located close to Muirfield Village, the course at Tartan Fields Golf Club - an LPGA venue between 2002 and 2006 - is an Ed Seay and Arnold Palmer design from 1998. Some might question why anybody would ask The King to lay out a course right on the Golden Bear’s doorstep?

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Teton Pines

3rd Wyoming - Best in Area

Ed Seay and Arnold Palmer established the layout at the Teton Pines Resort in the late 1980s when they laid out the fairways around several sizeable man-made lakes...

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The Bluffs Golf Resort

5th Louisiana - Best in Area

It’s said that Arnold Palmer had eight different routings mapped out before he finally chose the eighteen holes that constitute the course at The Bluffs Golf Resort.

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The Bog

27th Wisconsin - Best in Area

Established in 1995, The Bog is a public access Arnold Palmer Signature Design that’s draped across three hundred acres of woodlands and wetlands in Cedarburg Bog, a Wisconsin State Natural Area.

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The Royal Club

48th Minnesota - Best in Area

The former 27-hole 3M facility at Tartan Park re-opened as The Royal Club in 2018 with a new 18-hole layout comprising of an Annika Sorenstam-designed front side called the “Queen’s” and a back nine called the “King’s” which was laid out by Thad Layton of Arnold Palmer Design.

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Tournament Club of Iowa

9th Iowa - Best in Area

Situated between Saylorville Lake and Big Creek State Park, the course at the Tournament Club of Iowa is an Arnold Palmer layout that brings water into play at more than half the holes on the card.

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TPC Boston

13th Massachusetts - Best in Area

Designed by Ed Seay with Arnold Palmer in 2002, the golf course at TPC Boston underwent a significant renovation by Gil Hanse in 2007 and this work has greatly enhanced the strategic challenge.

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Arnold Palmer Leaderboard

Rank Name Courses Played
1 Steve Starika Courses Played 33
2 James VanArsdall Courses Played 26
= David Harak Courses Played 26
4 Roy Gaddey Courses Played 24
5 Jon Gillman Courses Played 20
6 Keith Burdette Courses Played 18
7 M. James Ward Courses Played 17
8 Joseph Andriole Courses Played 16
= Joshua Asher Courses Played 16
10 Billy Satterfield Courses Played 15