Bay Hill - Arnie's Place. Bay Hill was designed in 1961 by Dick Wilson and is comprised of 27 total holes split across three nines: the Challenger, Champion, and Charger nines. Bay Hill perhaps had the most famous owner out of any club in golf: the King himself, Arnold Palmer. Arnie's Place is a favorite among fans and hotel guests, and the annual Arnold Palmer Invitational is one of the most popular non-major stops on the PGA Tour.
The original 18 (Challenger, Champion) set the venue for the AP Invitational. The course's numerous lakes, ponds, and creeks create a unique routing, with water coming into play on 11 holes. The closing hole is guarded by a pond and has seen many tournaments won or lost as players often take an aggressive line over the water to the back right Sunday pin.
All of our designs are printed using a 12-color Giclee process on high-quality, museum-grade paper.
Our Alder semi-hardwood frames are .75" thick and come with hanging hardware included.