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Arlington Hotel Open

The Arlington Hotel Open was a PGA Tour event that was played from 1955 to 1963 at the Arlington golf courses of the Hot Springs Country Club adjacent to the Arlington Hotel, now known as the Arlington Resort Hotel and Spa, a 484-room resort in the Ouachita Mountains of Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas.[1] The event was also known as the Hot Springs Open or Hot Springs Open Invitational. The Majestic Golf Course was constructed by Willie Park, Jnr. in 1898.[2] The Arlington Golf Course was designed and built by William Diddle in 1927.[3] Golf legend Jimmy Demaret won the last of his 31 PGA Tour wins at this event in 1957.[4]


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