Latrobe Country Club
The King's legacy

Latrobe Country Club was the home golf course of the legend Arnold Palmer. This is where Mr. Palmer learned the game as a child from his father Milfred (Deacon) Palmer, who was a superintendent and eventually the head golf professional of the course. The property serves as a great monument to Mr. Palmer’s legacy as you can find memorabilia lining the walls of the clubhouse paying homage to the King. A private facility, the course has opened up in recent years to public access for guests who stay onsite.


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When you book with a partner property, our team will cover 5% of your package costs per golfer that you, the Trip Captain, bring on the trip. That means that if you bring a group of 20 with you, we’ll cover 100% of your package fees! Click here to learn more.


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Just looking to book tee times only and no lodging? still has you covered as our team will cover 5% of your tee time fees per golfer at our partner properties. Book a round for 4 golfers, and we pay 20% of your fees. Bring 20 golfers, and we cover your whole round, but only at our incredible partner properties!!

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Address: 346 Arnold Palmer Drive, Latrobe, PA 15650


About Latrobe Country Club

Architect: Emil Loeffler, John McGlynn, Arnold Palmer, Ferdinand Garbin | Type of course: Public, Resort

Number of holes: 18 | Style of course: Parkland

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How to get here

Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT), Erie International Airport (ERI), Harrisburg International Airport (MDT), Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD)

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Check out available tee times if you’re going to be in the neighborhood.

Amenities at Latrobe Country Club

The Latrobe Country Club offers a complete suite of top-notch amenities, including a state-of-the-art locker room, a restaurant with both a lunch and dinner menu, the ability to work on your short game, as well as warm up for a round on the driving range. Click on any of the items below to learn more about how you can prepare for your round.

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