Gary and Arnie
The 50 Greatest Holes
"When you consider I have been playing and competing in golf tournaments for more than thirty years," writes Arnold Palmer in his introduction, "we could have picked the most interesting three hundred holes, or five hundred holes." But what he's com up with is a superb tribute to fifty-four unique holes at America's top-notch courses, including eighteen he considers the absolute tops, plus thirty-six other exceptionally interesting or challenging holes.
Originally written in 1977 with Bob Drum, "Arnold Palmer's Best 54 Golf Holes" is a now vintage tribute to America's great golf courses from one of America's finest and best-loved golfers.
This exhibit begins with the famous No. 17 at Palmer's home course, the Bay Hill Club & Lodge.
For a complete day-by-day account of Arnold Palmer's life view the Timeline