Arnold Palmer’s First Course Design Is For Sale

Arnold Palmer’s first designed golf course is up for sale. Indian Lake Golf Club is located in Central City, Pennsylvania, less than 40 miles from Palmer’s hometown of Latrobe. 

Kevin Casey of Golfweek.com rounded up the details surrounding the sale.

As the Associated Press reports, Indian Lake Golf Club, Palmer’s first signature course design, is for sale.

The club, which is based roughly an hour from Palmer’s hometown of Latrobe, Pa., is looking for new ownership and began considering a sale shortly after Palmer’s death in September, according to Indian Lake President Clair Gill.

Indian Lake opened as a nine-hole course in 1967, three years after Palmer began work on the project. It became an 18-hole layout when a second nine was constructed in 1995. The course was dedicated to Palmer in 2009.

The course is one of 306 course design projects that Palmer left his mark on.

[Golfweek.com]

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