Latrobe Country Club plans its next century
Latrobe Country Club is the home of one of the greatest golfers to ever play the game—Arnold Palmer.
As of June 5, 2020 Arnold Palmer’s Latrobe Country Club is fully open to members and guests with adherence to social distancing and safety practices as outlined by State and CDC guidelines. We look forward to welcoming guests back to Latrobe Country Club as we celebrate our Centennial year. For information regarding Guest House availability, please contact us directly at 724.539.8585.
Our flourishing and growing membership tends to the living tribute to Arnold Palmer — Latrobe Country Club. True to his values, true to his roots — the club’s welcoming environment exudes an unmatched warmth and authenticity. This is the golf club Arnold & Winnie Palmer called home, and we’re proud to preserve and enhance the legendary tradition.
With a diverse membership coming from all walks of life, there’s a true sense of community here. In addition to our extraordinary golf course, our club’s pool, tennis, and dining facilities make it a regular destination for the whole family. If you’re the kind of person who loves good times and good friends, who enjoys coming together around a table over first-rate food with family, who tries to live his or her best life, and who wants to make a difference, if you love your community—then join the club. You belong here.
Nestled at the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains in Western Pennsylvania lies one of golf’s genuine American treasures — Latrobe Country Club.
Fly into Arnold Palmer Regional Airport, where Arnold learned to pilot planes. A short ride down Arnold Palmer Drive and you’re here. When you stay in one of our charming guest houses you can enjoy all the club has to offer: Golf, dining, tennis, a pool, and meeting/banquet facilities.
Latrobe Country Club provides an authentic American experience, a hometown environment with friendly, good people committed to making your visit one that you will cherish forever.
The Greater Latrobe Area offers an impressive pedigree of attractions receiving recent accolades such as “BEST SMALL TOWNS TO VISIT” Smithsonian (2018) & “50 Most Charming Small Towns in America” Travel Channel (2019)