Golf Courses Designed by Arnold Palmer

Arnold Palmer Design Company designed over 300 golf courses on five continents.  While his courses embody a wide variety.  Frequent characteristics include forced carries, slopes that feed the ball to the green and the Signature: the bulkheaded green defended by a “beach bunker,” where sand runs to the water’s edge. Learn more at Arnold Palmer Design.com.

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Florida

King and Bear at World Golf Village

The only golf course in the world co-designed by Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus. Winding through the residential communities of the Village, it’s long, not tricky with a mixture of their design styles.

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Midwest

The Bog Course – Wisconsin

A challenging, lush tournament quality course with great value. It’s also 100% bentgrass on tees, fairways and greens. Only forty-five minutes south of the 2020 Ryder Cup course Whistling Straits.

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Midwest

Geneva National – Palmer Course

The Palmer Course is the longest of the three championship venues at Geneva National.  It’s the favorite of the three courses for most golfers. The varied course architecture at the Palmer course represents Arnold Palmer at his best.

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Florida

Bay Hill Golf Club & Lodge

An iconic landmark in the world of golf, Bay Hill is one of the best experiences in golf. A tremendous twenty-seven hole layout comprises three nines. The course hosts the Arnold Palmer Invitational on the PGA Tour. 

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Florida

Disney Magnolia Course

The highest rated and most challenging course of the four distinct courses near Disney World. A long but fair golf course with no forced carries other than a Par3. Named after it’s magnificent trees, the features include elevated, large greens, and good-sized fairways.

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Florida

PGA National Champion Course

A Nicklaus layout, the Champions Course is known for the The Bear Trap – Holes 15,16 and 17 – perhaps the most diabolical three consecutive holes in golf. The resort is large, luxurious and legendary.

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California

The Classic Club

A PGA Tour quality course, the Classic Club is unusual for a desert course as it includes an abundance of pine trees and pine straw. It’s also very well conditioned.

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California

SilverRock Resort

A quintessential Coachella Valley desert course with impeccable conditioning, close mountain views and reasonable prices. And it’s a PGA Tour quality course.

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