PGA National

You shouldn’t settle for anything less than the best at the PGA National Resort, because it is the home of the PGA of America. The Champion is the featured course; it is recognized as one of the finest in the US and has hosted the Ryder Cup, PGA Championship, and Honda Classic every year on the PGA Tour. The Fazio, The Match, The Palmer, and The Estate, the venue’s other four championship golf courses, are all world-class in their own right.

Golf Courses at PGA National Florida

The Championship Course

The Champion Course, which was originally created by Tom Fazio and his uncle George, and was later renovated by Jack Nicklaus in 2014, is the foundation of PGA National’s illustrious golfing history.

The Champion, a top-notch tournament location, added the Ryder Cup to its list of tournament venues when it hosted the 1983 Ryder Cup matches and the 1987 PGA Championship. It presently serves as the yearly site of the Honda Classic on the US Tour. The perilous closing holes, often known as “The Bear Trap,” are some of the most difficult in the World.

The Fazio Course

George and Tom Fazio created the Fazio Course, which was the first to be finished at the PGA National Resort. The strategically placed water hazards on Fazio’s 6,806 yard course present the biggest hurdle, necessitating a mix of strength and accuracy. The Haig, which was named after the renowned Walter Hagen, a record-breaking winner in golf’s early years, features water in play on 15 holes.

The Palmer Course

Arnold Palmer, whose intense playing style is evident in his design at PGA National, created the Palmer Course. The fairways are generous and the greens big, but because there are so many significant water hazards, aggressive play carries a lot of risk. The par-5 on the 18th hole is a true all-or-nothing challenge, and one of the toughest holes for even the highly skilled golfers.

Facilities at PGA National Resort and Spa

The Palm Beach Garden community offers unmatched amenities and high class services. There is plenty to do at PGA National Resort thanks to its six championship golf courses, including the renowned Champion Course, professional golf lessons, and 19 tennis courts.

At the PGA Resort, visitors can unwind in the revitalizing salt mineral pools, practise yoga at the fitness club, or have a delicious dinner at one of the seven on-site restaurants. The Ironwood Grille, a traditional American grill restaurant with an Italian flair serving exceptional fresh seafood, is prominently displayed in the hotel foyer. The laid-back and informal iBar is right next door and a great place to unwind before supper.

Championship standard golf courses
Indoor and outdoor swimming pool and luxury spa
Seven gourmet restaurants
Year-round warm climate
Local wildlife attractions

Nearby Attractions to PGA National

The Barrier Island Sanctuary, which is only a half-hour away, is well-known for its assortment of unique sea turtles and endangered species. Visit the educational facility and observe the 50-foot seawater sprays that are produced as the Atlantic Ocean crashes against the coastline. If you’re keen for a day out on the water, Airboat Rides West Palm Beach guarantee an experience of a lifetime through the Everglades or you can get a perspective of Palm Beach from the water on narrated sightseeing tours and private excursions by Palm Beach Water Taxi, while recreational fishing and sailboat charters are also offered at the marina.

How to get to PGA National Florida

The luxury Palm Beach resort is only a 20-minute drive from Palm Beach airport, a 40-minute drive from Ft. Lauderdale Airport and 90 minutes from Miami International. You’ll be walking along the white sand beach of Florida’s gold coast in no time.

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