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.