TRINITY – Members of Seven Springs Golf and Country Club received a welcome boost in perks this month when the semi-private facility teamed up with Arnold Palmer Golf Management.
Named after the legendary, seven-time major winner, Dallas-based Arnold Palmer Golf Management added Seven Springs to its portfolio of more than 50 clubs and courses it manages throughout the country. Under the new arrangement, Seven Springs members now get access to golf on the management group’s Disney courses, PGA National Resort and Spa in Palm Beach Gardens and Arnold Palmer’s Bay Hill Club and Lodge near Orlando. Seven Springs members also get access to 12 other “cart free” only courses in the state and an additional 130 country clubs and courses across the country.
“All current and new members of Seven Springs Golf and Country Club will now be included in our expansive network of clubs through Palmer Advantage,” according to Mike Akeroyd, vice president of private club operations for Arnold Palmer Golf Management.
Other member benefits include travel and concierge services, cruise discounts and hotel and resort packages.
“We are very excited to have Arnold Palmer Golf help us make Seven Springs an even greater place to enjoy golf and social club life,” wrote Neil Armstrong, president of Seven Springs Golf and Country Club’s board of governors.
Seven Springs, which features two 18-hole courses, is at 3535 Trophy Blvd. The club offers a variety of membership options, including resident, non-resident and seasonal.
The newest offering is a “FLEX Membership,” which is tailored to those with busy lifestyles, according to Seven Springs General Mangers Wendi McAnn.