Penn State Golf Courses

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The Penn State Golf Courses are two 18-hole courses located in State College, Pennsylvania, USA, operated by The Pennsylvania State University.wikipedia
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The Penn State Golf Courses are two 18-hole courses located in State College, Pennsylvania, USA, operated by The Pennsylvania State University.

Pennsylvania State University

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The Penn State Golf Courses are two 18-hole courses located in State College, Pennsylvania, USA, operated by The Pennsylvania State University.

Golf course

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The sport apparently became quite popular as nine additional holes were laid out in 1922 by noted golf course architect Willie Park, Jr., with the work being completed in 1926.

Willie Park Jr.

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The sport apparently became quite popular as nine additional holes were laid out in 1922 by noted golf course architect Willie Park, Jr., with the work being completed in 1926.

Rec Hall

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The first tee had been located near the golf pro shop in Rec Hall, however, the site also doubled as the dirt road that would become Atherton Street (U.S. Highway 322).

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The first tee had been located near the golf pro shop in Rec Hall, however, the site also doubled as the dirt road that would become Atherton Street (U.S. Highway 322).

Donald Ross (golfer)

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Another set of changes in 1949 saw the addition of several large specimen trees planted around the course by Frank James, who served as a construction foreman for Park and other noted golf architect, Donald Ross.

Arnold Palmer

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By the late sixties, changes in technology and a growth in the popularity in the game (mainly led by the professional success of Pennsylvania native Arnold Palmer) created demand for a second course.

1975 NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships

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Held on November 24, 1975, the meet was hosted by Penn State University at the Penn State Golf Courses in State College, Pennsylvania.

Penn State Nittany Lions

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Additionally, the university operates the Penn State Golf Courses, two courses for the golf teams, students, faculty, and the general public.