Latrobe Country Club

Standard Course

Par 726517 Yards

One hour southeast of Pittsburgh is Latrobe, Pennsylvania. The small township is known for its idyllic views and being the hometown of golf legend Arnold Palmer. The world-class and creative golf course was improved and redesigned by The King, whose legend can be traced all the way back to the course's creation. When the course was being constructed in 1921, a young man named Milford Deacon Palmer was helping build the country club. This was Arnold Palmer’s father. Arnold Palmer purchased Latrobe Country Club in 1971.