Formerly known as the Golf Club at Indian Lake, The Peninsula Golf Club was the very first golf course designed by Arnold Palmer. The original nine-holes was first opened in 1967 and the Club formed a Private Member owned Facility that went on to become one of the premier Private Clubs in the area. In 1983 a new rustic Clubhouse was designed and built to blend into the beautiful woodland setting. The course truly has a unique design that exceeded even Arnold Palmer’s expectations. Tree lined fairways, undulating greens, and abundant wildlife makes this a one of a kind peaceful golf destination. In 1994 the Membership voted to construct a new nine-holes. Early in 1996 the new nine-holes was opened for play and was expanded to its current 18-holes of Championship Golf.
An all-around beautiful facility, the new nine holes matched and blended perfectly with Arnie’s original nine holes. After a few management changes and turning from semi-private to public the Indian Lake Borough decided to purchase the Facility and partnered with Northwinds Golf Club to operate, maintain, and restore the course to its former beauty. Forming the Northwinds Peninsula Golf Club the new owners and operators are truly committed to maintaining the rich history and tradition of this wonderful public 18-Hole Championship Facility.