The Palmer Course at The Woodlands Country Club

27 Holes. Three Short Courses.

Designer: Arnold Palmer

The Palmer Course at The Woodlands Country Club features 27 holes of undulating and mounded terrain, spread across three 9-hole tracks. Each course provides a balanced golf experience that’s a fun test of skill for golfers of all abilities.

 

Designed by golf legend Arnold Palmer, the original 18 holes (King and General nines) opened in 1990, and the third nine (Deacon) opened for play in 1995. Every round at the Palmer offers Members something new, as they wind their way through tall Texas pines and natural Woodlands scenery.

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27 Holes. Three Short Courses.

Designer: Arnold Palmer

 

The Palmer Course at The Woodlands Country Club features 27 holes of undulating and mounded terrain, spread across three 9-hole tracks. Each course provides a balanced golf experience that’s a fun test of skill for golfers of all abilities.


Designed by golf legend Arnold Palmer, the original 18 holes (King and General nines) opened in 1990, and the third nine (Deacon) opened for play in 1995. Every round at the Palmer offers Members something new, as they wind their way through tall Texas pines and natural Woodlands scenery.

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The Palmer Clubhouse

The clubhouse at the Palmer is a warm and spacious setting where Members come to relax after work or a round of golf. The clubhouse offers a central hub for our dynamic community, complete with an upscale bar, restaurant, resort-style pool, and library room ideal for social gatherings. Our Club maintains a full social and dining calendar with lively events each month.

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An Arnold Palmer Golf Course

“A golf course must be built for all golfers and should be truly beautiful. There can be no gimmicks; every aspect of the course must serve the game of golf in the purest sense.” – Arnold Palmer Arnold Palmer’s expertise extends well beyond his Hall of Fame golf career, with his impressive portfolio of award winning course designs. Palmer’s design career began in the 1960s, and took flight in 1971 when he joined forces with the late Ed Seay.

In the Heart of The Woodlands

Palmer’s design philosophy finds its home at The Woodlands Country Club, with the aim to create courses that challenge but don’t overwhelm. Palmer’s designs are flexible enough for serious competition, while providing a laid-back experience for golfers looking to unwind.

How to Play the Palmer Course

Enjoy all three 9-hole courses at the Palmer by becoming a Member of The Woodlands Country Club. Reach out to our membership team today to set up a tour and see first-hand why we’re ranked among the best country clubs in the Houston area.

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