Latrobe Country Club
About Latrobe Country Club
Founded in 1920, Latrobe Country Club is celebrating 100 years in the Greater Latrobe community. It is famously the home club of Arnold Palmer, whose father Milfred J. (Deacon) Palmer was a longtime worker at this club.
Originally established as a nine-hole club, when land was acquired for the back nine in the 1960s, Arnold Palmer helped design the course layout and he also had the idea to install the new iconic red covered bridges. Palmer still holds the course record, a stout 60, despite two bogeys that day. He bought the club outright in 1971. In addition to golf, amenities at Latrobe Country Club include a swimming pool and tennis courts. Latrobe's kids programming gives families the opportunity to provide their child with similar opportunities to growth as Arnie himself.
For non-members, Latrobe is an authentic event space with 5,000 square feet and can accommodate weddings up to 250 guests. The club also has a selection of homes that can be rented out for stay-and-play experiences.
We invite you to learn more about becoming a member or holding an event at this special place in the game of golf.