INDIAN LAKE, Pa. (AP) -- Arnold Palmer's first signature golf course is up for sale.
Indian Lake Golf Club, an 18-hole course located about an hour southeast of the golfing great's hometown of Latrobe, is looking for new ownership. Palmer, who won seven major titles before becoming a prominent golf course designer among other successful business ventures, died last September at age 87.
Palmer started work on Indian Lake in 1964, with a nine-hole course opening in 1967. A second nine was completed in 1995. Indian Lake was the first of over 250 courses designed by Palmer across the world.