Where does Kit Palmer live now?
Among those who felt the loss most acutely was his wife of 12 years, Kit. Earlier this year, she returned to the home Palmer built her in Latrobe, Pa.
How many golf courses does Arnold Palmer own?
In 1971, while still winning on the PGA Tour and competing gamely in major championships, he founded the Arnold Palmer Design Company. More than four decades later, Palmer’s name is on more than 300 courses in 37 states, 25 countries and five continents.
Who inherited Arnold Palmers money?
The majority of his estate will be split between his two daughters Peggy and Amy. According to WESH 2 News, $10m will go to the Arnie’s Army Charitable Foundation.
What golf ball did Arnold Palmer use?
Palmer will endorse and use the new Callaway Golf “Rule 35™” golf ball. “I am very pleased to be associated with a great group of people like the team at Callaway Golf,” announced Mr. Palmer. “I have been using Callaway Golf golf balls for several months now, beginning with The Senior Skins Game in February.
Who owns Bay Hill?
Video: Arnold Palmer Explains How he Came to Own Bay Hill Arnold Palmer explains how he was first introduced to and came to love and eventually purchase Bay Hill Club and Lodge in this exclusive clip from Arnie.
Why join Latrobe Country Club?
Our flourishing and growing membership tends to the living tribute to Arnold Palmer — Latrobe Country Club. True to his values, true to his roots — the club’s welcoming environment exudes an unmatched warmth and authenticity.
How many holes does Latrobe Country Club have?
One hundred years ago, Latrobe Country Club was a nine-hole course. By the early l960s, sufficient land has been acquired to enable plans for an l8-hole course to be drawn. Both Deacon Palmer and Arnold Palmer contributed heavily to the design of the nine new holes and the revamping of the existing holes to fit the layout.
Where is Latrobe Country Club in Pennsylvania?
Nestled at the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains in Western Pennsylvania lies one of golf’s genuine American treasures — Latrobe Country Club. Fly into Arnold Palmer Regional Airport, where Arnold learned to pilot planes. A short ride down Arnold Palmer Drive and you’re here.
Why come to Latrobe?
These beautiful, red, covered bridges are so popular that artists and photographers from across the United States now come to Latrobe just to capture their old-world charm. Children are welcomed to participate in our Junior Golf League and Programs.