The name says it all!
The Palmer Course was designed by the legendary Arnold Palmer and the Palmer Course Design Company, and it certainly doesn´t disappoint.
Opened in March 2001, this San Antonio golf course, together with The Resort Course at La Cantera, are the first public courses in South Texas to provide 36 holes of championship golf designed by golfing legends.
Pristinely perched on 225 acres, The Palmer Course offers 18 holes on 6,926 yards of golfing bliss, PAR 71.
Given the spectacular scenery and diverse Hill Country wildlife, it may be hard to keep your eye on the ball.
Among its signature holes is the PAR 3 No. 4, boasting dramatic waterfalls along the entire front edge of the green and connected to the fairway by the Winnie Palmer Memorial Bridge, a tribute to Palmer´s late wife.
Want to map out your strategy for each hole? No problem.
All carts are equipped with a state-of-the-art ProLink GPS system.
Arnie himself played a six-hole exhibition on the course during the grand opening and unabashedly exclaimed, "The Palmer Course at La Cantera is one-of-a-kind and a first-class golfing experience."
Equally impressive are the Texas Hill Country golf course facilities.
The crown jewel is the 15,300 sq. ft. clubhouse overlooking the 18th green. Its grandeur extends the resort´s Texas Colonial theme, a grand dame presiding over all festivities.
Its many architectural accolades include being named the Best New Daily Fee Clubhouse in the U.S. by Crittenden Golf Inc. in its December 2001 issue.
Even the pro shop is decorated. It was named one of America´s 100 Best Golf Shops by Golf World Business Magazine in 2005.