Arnold Palmer knew how to build courses as well as take them apart.
Never was that more apparent than three decades ago at PGA National Resort & Spa.
At a time when natural areas along south Florida’s coast are almost nonexistent, John D.
Mac Arthur Beach State Park stands out as an “island in time”.
The Palmer has a great series of finishing holes, with the 18th being one of the most scenic par 5s on the property.
Named after its designer, Arnold Palmer, this course is one of the more forgiving at PGA National Resort from tee to fairway, known as a risk/reward game.
The open fairways and larger “Champion Bermuda” greens can be quite accommodating and invite players to take a chance if they dare – as golfers are not overly penalized for missing the fairway or primary rough on most holes here.
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