Our Supporters

Arnold Palmer's Latrobe Country Club

Latrobe Country Club is the home of one of the greatest golfers to ever play the game—Arnold Palmer. The golf legend learned his values and the game of golf here as a child. His father, Milfred (Deacon) Palmer, who served as superintendent and later head golf professional, first showed him how to grip a club on this property. It was a lesson, and a place, he would cherish for the rest of his life. From the very beginning, the club was to be the pulse of the community. A place that friends from all walks of life could gather, compete and enjoy the serenity. We’re proud to continue that legacy today.

The course record is 60. Arnie holds it. He did it while carding two bogies that round to boot! An amazing accomplishment when you look at the rolling hills, tight fairways and multi-tiered greens here. It’s a test of golf he loved unceasingly, and we trust you will, too.

Every inch of this place tells a story. As you step onto the first tee you’ll notice the four-sided gothic clock, gifted by Rolex to Mr. Palmer. On the 2nd, you’ll test your aim on a hole that Arnie made six holes in one - all in his birth month of September! At the 5th fairway, you might notice a line of pines planted by Arnie himself. On the 18th, you’ll find a tree, once stuck by lighting, now hand-carved into an image of “Deke” Palmer, Arnold’s father, who once groomed these fairways.

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. Construction began in l963 and the new holes and l0 new greens were opened for play the following season on a course that, in layout, was basically as it is today.

The course layout sports 18 holes of mostly bent grass tees, fairways, and greens. From the championship tees, the course has a course rating of 72.5 with a slope of 139. The white tees measure 6,110 yards and have a rating of 70.5 with a slope of 135. The Club features a large fleet of E-Z-Go golf carts, cart paths, a practice putting green, driving range as well as a fully stocked Pro Shop.

Driving Directions:

346 Arnold Palmer Drive
Latrobe, Pa 15650

Contact Information:

346 Arnold Palmer Drive
Latrobe, PA USA
Telephone: 724-539-8585