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By: Bradley S. Klein - GolfWeek
OKATIE, S.C. -- Welcome to spaghetti junction. No, it’s not the freeway bypass around Atlanta. Instead, it’s the guts of a rewired golf course here at Spring Island, on the Intracoastal Waterway midway between Hilton Head Island and Beaufort.
Old Tabby Links, designed by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay and opened to rave reviews in 1994, is closed for the summer for a head-to-toe mak
Golfers the world over are aware that the game's four pinnacle championships are known collectively as the Majors. But not so many golfers realize that this grouping was in effect defined by Arnold Palmer during a transatlantic conversation with a journalist friend in 1960.
In recognition of the Arnold Palmer Invitational, Thomas Hauser’s book “Arnold Palmer: A Personal Journey” is being re-released.
Hauser was granted inside access to Palmer, his family, his friends and his business associates. The behind-the-scenes look also includes photographs from Palmer’s archive, allowing an intimate look into the life of a sporting icon.
Palmer, now 82, is arg
SPRING ISLAND, S.C. -- The award winning Old Tabby Links golf course in the South Carolina Lowcountry community of Spring Island closed March 12, 2012 for restoration. The restoration project will be headed up by the course’s original design firm, Arnold Palmer Design Company, with construction by renowned MacCurrach Golf Construction. The restoration will include a new state-
As published in Golfweek Magazine - February 17, 2012 - By Alex Miceli
Pebble Beach, Calif. - Arnold Palmer made the trip to the Monterey Peninsula last week with more on his mind than promoting his eponymous invitational next month.
Palmer, a board member of the Pebble Beach Co. that owns the iconic resort, was scouting Pebble Beach Golf Links for some modest design changes in advance of the 2019 U.S. Open he
Last week “A Toast to The First Tee” was held at AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, where World Golf Hall of Fame member Arnold Palmer was announced as a Trustee in support of The First Tee Campaign for 10 Million Young People. Also at the event were The First Tee Honorary Chair, President George W. Bush, and Campaign Co-Chair and PGA TOUR Commissioner Tim Finchem along with The First Tee Chief Executive Officer Joe Louis B
"Arnold Palmer did not invent sports marketing. But he nearly perfected it, amassing a global empire of licensing deals and endorsements that seems just as relevant today as it was when he first began building it back in the 1950s. Now the 82-year-old golfing legend is out to make sure his dynasty outlasts him." says Advertising Age.
By Jacob Heller - Courtesy of KPTH Fox 44
DAKOTA DUNES, SD - Rebuilding and fixing is the goal at the Dakota Dunes Golf Course, one of many places nearly destroyed when the Missouri River flooded this summer.
As the Dunes tries to get the course back, it's a balancing act between golf and flood protection
The Palmer Course will always be the draw. The marketing tool to "play where the pros play" resonates with everyday players. "It is great to play a hole you see on TV," said William Stewart, a Northern Ireland resident traveling with Marshall's group. "You can't go to Wembley Stadium and kick a goal, but you can play a Ryder Cup course."