Arnold Palmer has been typically busy over the past few months and, as ever, his opinions are forthright and well informed. Paul Trow traveled to Bay Hill to pose questions to Mr. Palmer about the latest developments in his life and career, and also about the things that matter right now in golf
Spring is in the air, and what a great season it is. I love this time of year because, in addition to other things, it means it’s time for The Masters. This year, as many of you know, marks the 50th anniversary of my first win at Augusta. I’ll never forget my 3-wood shot from the middle of the fairway on 13 on the final day that sailed 230 yards to land within 18 feet of the pin. And what an exciting finish. I̵
As Tiger Woods studied his 25-foot birdie putt on the final hole of the 2008 Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by MasterCard, he was convincing himself that he could make it, because he had a similar putt in the same situation seven years earlier at the Bay Hill Club.
As seen in the Hendersonville News, North Carolina. 8/13/2007
ETOWAH - Arnold Palmer traded a golf club for a shovel Monday as he and his design team, along with developers, broke ground on the Palmer Premier championship course at Seven Falls Golf and River Club.
With a little more time on his hands now that his playing career is officially over, Arnold Palmer wants to offer golfers more of the game the way he likes it played: as pure golf in exceptional surrounds with service to match.
Such is the foundation of Palmer Premier, a new product from the Palmer stable that promises a “golf and luxury lifestyle experience elevated to the standards of Mr. Palmer himself.” The product include