Golf Course Tour
Arnold Palmer Signature Course
Situated on the banks of one of the state’s largest lakes and rising into the surrounding hills, the Arnold Palmer Signature Golf Course at Stonewall Resort offers undisturbed views, a tranquil, natural atmosphere and a challenge worthy of Mr. Palmer himself.
The Palmer Course offers six separate tee placements, allowing golfers of all abilities to choose their desired level of challenge. Golfers, however, will want to play here as much for the scenery as for the challenge.
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This slightly downhill par three is all carry across Stonewall Jackson Lake. Green is divided into four quadrants and getting your ball in the proper area is important to avoid possible three putts across the ridges.
Wide driving area on this uphill par five. Lateral hazard extends down the right side in the driving area. A very narrow landing area for second shot is guarded by fairway bunker on the left and trees on the right. Approach shot plays up hill to a humpbacked green. Mr. Palmer made birdie four on opening day by sinking a 25 foot side hill slider.
Demanding driving hole to reach the bottom of the fairway and avoid the lateral hazard on the right. Elevated green can make club selection on approach shot challenging. Very subtle green surface with many plateaus and rises makes putting the green exciting!!
A par five with options. Fairway split by wetlands area allows you to choose the best angle of attack to this small elevated green. No room over the green as it is located at the end of the valley. Note the pecan tress to the right in the tee shot landing area.
Just like number one – driver may not be the club of choice on this short, uphill par four. A tee shot in the fairway leaves you less than one hundred yards to this small, circular putting surface. Play to the middle of the green (remember it is uphill!!) and take your chances with your putter.
Drive the ball on this par five past the fairway bunkers and catch the downhill slope for additional distance. Wide area for second shot allows for proper positioning for final approach to elevated green. Left side of green has lower terrace that can make putting to this area a challenge.