What is the Arnold Palmer Cup?

The Arnold Palmer Cup is an annual team golf competition for college and university students from around the world.

More about the Arnold Palmer Cup

The Arnold Palmer Cup was established in 1997.

It was originally known as the Ryder Cup of College Golf but was later renamed in honour of golf legend Arnold Palmer.

The Arnold Palmer Cup is a team event, with one team representing the United States and the other representing players from around the world.

The Arnold Palmer Cup features a unique format where mixed teams of male and female college golfers compete.

The Arnold Palmer Cup is an annual competition. It typically takes place over several days, including both team matches and singles matches.

Team members are selected based on their performance in college golf, and the competition serves as an opportunity for college golfers to represent their countries or regions in an international setting.