TeeBone only books this golf course with a resort stay-and-play package. Please click here for resort details. The General Course was the last of the four courses built with the PGA National Development. Dedicated on February 28, 1984, "The General" is named for its gallery appealing designer, Mr. Arnold Palmer. Arnold Palmer attacked golf courses with an unharnessed fury. His style of golf is legendary. His character, his charisma and his "charges" won him a legion of followers throughout the world. "The General" is dedicated to his honor, the leader of an army of golf enthusiasts and to his tireless effort to them and to the game of Golf. The General Course favors the Scottish tradition with its links layouts, undulating fairways, numerous grass bunkers and the sharing of a common green by Holes No.8 and 12.
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