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ORLANDO, FL – Arnold Palmer’s Bay Hill Club & Lodge has been selected as a finalist in the $1.6 Million-$4 Million project category for the 2009 Golf Inc. Magazine's Renovation of the Year Competition.
The Bay Hill renovation was conducted under the experienced eye of Palmer himself and the Arnold Palmer Design Company.
LATROBE, PA - Arnold Palmer discusses the recent changes to the Pebble Beach Golf Links that he and his golf course design company recently performed for the upcoming 2010 U.S. Open.
The primary purpose of the course renovation was to maintain Pebble Beach's historic value.
"It's been a great privilege for me to be on the board at Pebble. And of course my position as a board member is looking after the gol
VALLEJO, Calif. - It's easy to get lulled into a false sense of serenity when playing Hiddenbrooke Golf Club for the first time.
If you catch this Arnold Palmer design in the early or late afternoon light, the colors of the fairways, greens, wispy fescues and tan hills are somewhat mesmerizing. But at every corner, danger lurks, whether it's in the form of a dogleg, sloping green, imposing water hazard or a grove o
It wasn’t that many years ago that golf was regarded as a distinctly Western—even a specifically European—sport. No more. Golf is now the world’s game, and the Arnold Palmer Design Company is leading the way in making sure everyone has a place to play.
To that end, APDC has built more than 300 courses in nearly 30 countries around the planet, pioneering the game in the Far East and setting the world standard for what
Far Hills, N.J. (March 30) – The Golf Club of New England in Stratham, N.H., has been selected by the United States Golf Association as the site of the 2012 U.S. Junior Amateur Championship. It will be the first USGA championship conducted in the state of New Hampshire. The dates of the championship are July 16-21.
No, Aviara is not a classic Alister MacKenzie design. And a round of April golf does not weave through the blooming hills of Augusta, with the whites and pinks of the dogwoods and