From Our Editors
The late Arnold Palmer's prowess on the links wowed generations of golf fans, many of whom now commune with the King during rounds on the expertly designed golf courses that he left behind. You'll find just such a course in The Palmer Course at Stonewall Resort. Designed by Palmer in 2002, this Arnold Palmer Signature Course now ranks as the #3 Arnold Palmer designed course in the United States, Great Britain, and Ireland, and one of GolfWeek's best courses in the state of West Virginia. Rounds here take you into the verdant valleys of the state's north central region, where well-manicured fairways are framed by the subtle majesty of the rolling hills that rise in the background. The course mimics the landscape's undulations, with ridges and drops that add an extra element of challenge to each shot. You'll also have time to take in views of Stonewall Jackson Lake, whose waters lap at the course's edge before stretching more than 20 miles into the distance.
Course at a Glance:
- 18-hole course
- Total length of 7,149 yards from the back tees
- Course rating of 75.4 from the back tees
- Course slope of 143 from the back tees