2017 Arnold Palmer Cup

About the Event/Tickets

Atlanta Athletic Club is honored to host the 20th Anniversary of the Arnold Palmer Cup, June 9 - 11, 2017. The tournament is free to spectators and open to the general public and non-members. Parking on property is also complimentary. Spectators are welcome to follow the matches around the course during the tournament days. Concessions will be available for purchase on the course. Come out and watch the next generation of PGA superstars! Please call 770-448-2166 with any questions about the event. 

Live scoring is available on Golfstat

The Arnold Palmer Cup is a Ryder Cup-style competition that matches the top ten collegiate male players in the United States against their counterparts from Europe. Learn more about the APC Players and Coaches.

Schedule

Friday, June 9
Foursome Matches
7:30 a.m. Starting Tee Times: Five matches in which two players from each team compete in alternate-shot format

Four Ball Matches
1:30 p.m. Starting Tee Times: Five matches in which two players from each team compete in better-ball competition
 
Saturday, June 10
Singles Matches
8:30 a.m. Starting Tee Times: Ten matches in which one player from each team competes in match-play format
 
Sunday, June 11
Singles Matches
8:30 a.m. Starting Tee Times: Ten matches in which one player from each team competes in match-play format

3:30 p.m. Closing Ceremony

The Arnold Palmer Legacy

The Arnold Palmer Cup is named in honor of legendary golfer, Arnold Palmer, and seeks to pass on Mr. Palmer’s values to the next generation of golfers:

The Arnold Palmer Legacy: “Be a Person of Principle”

Respect the Game: 
Love the Game and Honor It with Your Character

Play with Passion: 
Make a Total Effort & Never Quit

Never Forget
The Volunteers and Fans Who Make It Possible

Share Your Time and Talents: 
Give Back to Your Community

Your Signature is a Gift: 
Make it Legible

Your Smile is a Gift: 
Share it Often

“I had long thought an international competition such as this would enrich the lives of young men through the universal bond of the great game of golf.” 

~Arnold Palmer