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TPC River's Bend

Maineville, Ohio
ArchitectBadgeArnold Palmer
Maineville, Ohio
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  • Address316 Winding River Blvd, Maineville, OH 45039, USA

The PGA understands the deep competitive history of golf in Ohio, and accordingly located one of its TPC-branded clubs just north of Cincinnati.

Many tourists will be in this part of the state for the nearby King’s Island theme park, but those who manage to get a tee time at TPC River’s Bend will also be in for a thrill ride — although perhaps not as long and jarring as that park’s “The Beast” (the longest roller coaster in the United States), this course approaches 7,200 yards from the tips, and a variety of water hazards and large bunkers will make scoring difficult.

Among its standouts are No. 9, a long par four that plays to a green that wraps horizontally around a waterfalled pond near the clubhouse, embodying the TPC brand’s combination of pleasurable aesthetics and challenge. On the shorter side of things, No. 7 is no merry-go-round: The shortest hole on the course features a shallow, wide green fronted by a pond, challenging average players to just find the putting surface, and better players to try attacking the flag.

During its 20-year existence, TPC River’s Bend has hosted events for the LPGA, the Champions Tour, and the Web.com tour

The PGA understands the deep competitive history of golf in Ohio, and accordingly located one of its TPC-branded clubs just north of Cincinnati.

Many tourists will be in this part of the state for the nearby King’s Island theme park, but those who manage to get a tee time at TPC River’s Bend will also be in for a thrill ride — although perhaps not as long and jarring as that park’s “The Beast” (the longest roller coaster in the United States), this course approaches 7,200 yards from the tips, and a variety of water hazards and large bunkers will make scoring difficult.

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Arnold Palmer

Arnie teamed up with Ed Seay in 1972, forming the Palmer Course Design Company which was later renamed Arnold Palmer Design Company when the firm moved to Orlando, Florida, in 2006.

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