The new, 4,000-square-foot Arnold Palmer Experience, which debuted last week at Bay Hill, offered visitors a look at Palmer’s life, including interactive hitting bays recalling some of his most famous shots.
The exhibit is scheduled to remain open for several weeks at Bay Hill before being relocated to Palmer’s hometown of Latrobe, Pa., this summer.
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The new Arnold Palmer Experience immerses visitors by projecting a film on a dome featuring his umbrella colors.
The Experience begins with a six-minute film that reintroduces visitors to who Palmer was and what he did.
As happy as Palmer was on the course, he was equally content working on clubs during his down time.
Whether in his hands or in a vise on a workbench, Palmer and his golf clubs rarely were far apart.
How it all begin – Palmer’s birth certificate and his baby booties.
Visitors to the Experience can try to emulate three of the most famous shots Palmer hit during his career.
After leaving Wake Forest University, Palmer spent three years in the U.S. Coast Guard with these dog tags.
The fighter helmet Palmer wore when he took a ride with the U.S. military.
The Arnold Palmer Experience is designed to give visitors a glimpse into the many aspects of P...
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