ARNOLD PALMER COURSE

Innovatively routed on hilly, roller coaster-like terrain, Arnold Palmer’s 6,916 yards, par 72 Signature Course boasts dramatic elevation changes – up to 50 feet in some places – creating a unique variety of risk/reward shots.

Scorecard

That varied menu of shot-making opportunities is further ensured by six tee locations on each hole, a variety of natural preserve areas, generously wide fairways and strategically placed bunkers across all 18 holes.

A slight draw around the corner of this opening dogleg leaves you in perfect position for a short iron approach. The astute golfer will stay away from any shot that is short and right of the green. Hint; Green slopes severely from left to right.

Course Accolades:

 

Golf Digest
America’s Top 40 New Courses - No.21 (2005)

GOLF Magazine
Arnold Palmer's Best Golf Courses - No. 1 (2013)
The Best Courses Near You, Florida - No.27 (2010)
The Best Courses Near You, Florida - No.24 (2008)

Golfweek
Best Courses To Play in Florida - No. 19 (2011)
Best Courses You Can Play - No. 14 (2010)
Top 100 Resort Courses (2009)
Best Tour Courses You Can Play(2008)
Best Resort Courses - No.59 (2007)
Best State by State - No.10 (2007)
America's Best State by State List Public Access Courses - No.12 (2006)
Florida’s Best Public Access Courses - No.12 (2006)

 

My Golf Spy
Top 10 Courses to Play in Florida - No. 4 (2016)

Golf Course Guru
Florida's Best Courses - No. 4 (2014)

About Arnold Palmer

Arnold Palmer’s style, even more than his scorecard, elevated him to legendary stature. He played with a sense of adventure and exuberance, and today designs golf courses with that same passion. In Go for Broke, My Philosophy of Winning Golf, Palmer says, “Whenever I step out onto a course, it is with a vast expectancy. On any given day, I want it to tell me what it has in mind.” As a designer he now builds that expectancy into his courses, and his new layout at Reunion® Resort is no exception.