The TPC Piper Glen course is an Arnold Palmer design that hosted twelve editions of the Home Depot Invitational tournament on the Champions Tour from 1990 until the demise of this professional senior competition in 2001.
A former PGA Champions Tour venue, the TPC River’s Bend course is routed around housing units within a residential development to the northeast of Cincinnati.
Featuring an Arnold Palmer signature beach bunker on the short par four 7th hole, the King’s course at TPC Twin Cities was constructed by Arnie in collaboration with Tom Lehman.
Centrepiece of an impressive residential development, Arnold Palmer’s 18 holes at The Tradition Golf Club offer members a golf game of two halves; a solid front nine followed by a more exciting back nine.
At Tralee Golf Club, Palmer has designed a golf course that will stimulate the senses every bit as much as the enchanting and breathtaking scenery.
George Fazio designed the first layout at Turtle Bay Resort in 1971. The Palmer course followed twenty years later, designed by Arnie and Ed Seay, and It has hosted events on both the LPGA and Champions Tour.
After an investment of €18m in 2004, the fifth golf course at Vilamoura opened for play. Arnold Palmer designed the Victoria and it’s a big layout that was built with tournament play in mind.
Located on Hilton Head Island, the course at Wexford Plantation was originally a rather humdrum mid-1980s Willard Byrd design but a major renovation by Arnold Palmer in 2011 breathed new life into the layout.
Arnold Palmer’s first Canadian design, the course at Whistler Golf Club had all eighteen of its greens re-laid with Bent grass in 2012.
The King & Bear course at the 36-hole World Golf Village facility is the result of a unique collaboration between the design teams of Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus.