2 days ago

TPC River's Bend

Congratulations Ohio State, the 2019 winner of the Women's Big 10 Conference Championship. ... See MoreSee Less

Congratulations Ohio State, the 2019 winner of the Womens Big 10 Conference Championship.

 

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Way to go Lady Buckeyes! O-H!!!

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3 days ago

TPC River's Bend

Come watch the final round of the Women’s Big 10 Conference Championship tomorrow at TPC River’s Bend. It’s a close race for the conference title and the weather will be beautiful. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Did you restart it today?

Or do you mean tomorrow?

3 days ago

TPC River's Bend

Due to the weather the Big 10 tournament has canceled the second round of play. Play will resume at 8:00am tomorrow. ... See MoreSee Less

4 days ago

TPC River's Bend

Due to the expected inclement weather all Big 10 Championship starting times will be pushed back 1 hour. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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What is the scheduled start times on Sunday (pending weather)?

Did they get today's round in?

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Course Architect

an award-winning arnold palmer design

TPC River’s Bend Architect: Arnold Palmer

The name Arnold Palmer has become synonymous with the game of golf. Winner of the Donald Ross Award from the American Society of Golf Course Architects for his significant contributions to the game, Palmer was the first individual in the modern era to be both a tournament player and golf course architect.

During a historic career spanning more than 50 years, Arnold Palmer amassed 92 professional championships, including four Masters championships, two British Opens, the U.S. Open and 10 PGA TOUR Champions victories; played on six Ryder Cup teams; and won the Vardon Trophy for the lowest scoring average four times. His most prolific years were 1960-1963, when he won 29 PGA TOUR events in four seasons – earning him numerous accolades including “Sportsman of the Year” from Sports Illustrated and the coveted Hickok Athlete of the Year Award in 1960, as well as “Athlete of the Decade” from Associated Press . In 1967, he became the first player to reach $1 million in career earnings on the PGA TOUR.

On his way to becoming one of the greatest golfers of all time, “The King” – who competed in the Masters tournament an unprecedented 50 consecutive times – built up a wide fan base, often referred to as “Arnie’s Army.” In addition to being the recipient of virtually every national golf award ever bestowed, Palmer is credited with single-handedly helping to bring golf out of the elite country clubs and into the consciousness of mainstream America – leaving an indelible mark on the game of golf as well as an extraordinary legacy for future generations.

In 1971, while remaining a threat in professional golf, Palmer leveraged his knowledge and experience playing many of the best golf courses in the world to form Arnold Palmer Design Company, then known as Palmer Course Design, with his longtime friend, Ed Seay. Since that time, Arnold Palmer Design Company has created more than 300 of the world’s most eminent golf layouts including Bay Hill Club & Lodge in Orlando, Florida; The Tradition Club in La Quinta, California; Ireland’s K Club – the host to the 2006 Ryder Cup; and Spring Island in Okatie, South Carolina, in addition to modifications to Bay Hill Club and Lodge, home of the Arnold Palmer Invitational and Laurel Valley in Pennsylvania, which was recently ranked one of the top 50 golf courses in the country.

Palmer is intimately involved with every project, applying a design philosophy that aims to “utilize the natural environment with a light-handed approach to design great golf courses,” and to “maintain an ecologically sound environment that brings tradition and an extraordinary experience to the game, connecting golfers to the land.”