PGA National Resort & Spa 4 night, 4 round Gold golf package
Priced From: $859.00
Valid to: July 31, 2018
**note currency** FROM: $859USD (low season) to $1589USD (peak season)
- 4 nights accommodation - deluxe accommodations (1 or 2 beds)
- full daily breakfast at Palm Terrace Restaurant
- 3 rounds of golf on your choice of Squire, Estates, Fazio or Palmer, 1 round on Champion Course
- pre-booked tee times, range balls, shared cart, club storage, all resort and golf course taxes, nightly resort fee
Please note that these are "FROM" per person prices and exact pricing may vary based on your actual travel dates, room type that's available and occupancy. If you have something specific in mind that is not exactly as shown we will customize a package to suit your needs. Low season and Peak Season rates vary from region to region and with our golf course and hotel partners. Pricing provided is a general guide to assist you in planning your next golf vacation.
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PGA National Resort & SpaEverything at PGA National Resort & Spa is designed to deliver a luxurious championship experience. Feel the vibrant buzz as you enter the spacious lobby, and enjoy a cocktail in the savvy, sophisticated iBAR. The Ironwood Grille is the premier restaurant for superb cuisine, and just one of nine restaurants and lounges. 379 beautifully appointed rooms, suites and cottages create a sense of home, and their attention to detail answers every desire. Enjoy the beauty at the 5 championship golf courses designed by Nicklaus, Palmer, the Fazios and Karl Litten. Rest and relaxation take on new meaning at the 40,000-square-foot Spa, with over 100 treatments, a salon, and the exclusive "Waters of the World" mineral pools. Shape up at the 33,000 square foot Health & Racquet Club and then unwind with friends at the lush zero-entry pool.
PGA National Resort & Spa: Champions CourseHome of the Honda Classic- One of the Best Golf Courses in Florida
Originally designed by Tom and George Fazio for major tournament play, The Champion course at PGA National Resort & Spa was redesigned by Jack Nicklaus in 2014 and hosts the Honda Classic each spring on the PGA TOUR. Although The Champion has generous landing areas and spacious and accepting TifEagle greens, golfers are presented with course management challenges throughout the round. This South Florida golf resort course has five sets of tees to make the course more playable for golfers of all levels. A must-play on any avid golfer's list, The Champion features the Bear Trap, which spans three demanding holes designed by Jack Nicklaus – listen to the designer describe it in his own words. Considered one of Florida's most notable golf challenges, on what is unquestionably one of the best golf courses in Florida, USA Today calls the Bear Trap “one of the toughest stretches in golf.”
Last renovated: Fall 2014 (Celebration Bermuda grass, redesign of the par-4 14th hole leading up to the infamous Bear Trap with the addition of more water and bunkers, and the expansion of No. 1, No. 9, No. 15 and No. 17 to their original size)
PGA National Resort & Spa: Palmer CourseNamed after its designer, Arnold Palmer, this course is one of the more forgiving at PGA National Resort from tee to fairway, known as a risk/reward game. The open fairways and larger “Champion Bermuda” greens can be quite accommodating and invite players to take a chance if they dare – as golfers are not overly penalized for missing the fairway or primary rough on most holes here. There is a considerable amount of undulation through the fairway, presenting the opportunity for uneven lies and creative shot-making. The Palmer has a great series of finishing holes, with the 18th being one of the most scenic par 5s on the property.
PGA National Resort & Spa: Fazio CourseFormerly the Haig Course;
PGA National Resort is proud to present the new Fazio course. The Fazio is a reinvention of The Haig, PGA National Resort & Spa's original 18-hole course that opened in 1980. The Haig was designed by George and Tom Fazio in tribute to five-time PGA champion Walter Hagen, and its renovation is being led by third-generation designer Tom Fazio II, who emphasized modernizing the course layout. While the original par-72 routing remains intact, the renovation improves the classic golf architecture with modern advances, including:
A 70% increase in total green surface to 2.5 acres, grassed with TifEagle on the greens and Celebration Bermuda grass on tees and fairways
Reconfigured tee boxes and bunkers
Player-friendly tees allowing the course to be played at 5,100 yards in accordance with the popular “Tee it Forward” initiative sponsored by the PGA and USGA
Fazio II himself believes his renovation “[achieves] that ideal balance where single-digit golfers will be fully challenged while higher handicaps will have a layout ideal for a day of enjoyable resort golf.”
PGA National Resort & Spa: Squire CourseNamed after the immortal Gene Sarazen, the first golfer ever to win the professional Grand Slam, "the thinking man's course" is the ultimate test of accuracy and precision. Designed by Tom and George Fazio, The Squire is the shortest and most exacting of the courses at PGA National Resort. Accuracy with fairway woods and long irons is tested on many tees, and the new smaller "Emerald Bermuda" greens demand precise approach shots. Several doglegs provide a risk/reward opportunity for any longer hitter as well. The Squire is surrounded by natural areas teeming with vegetation and wildlife – the 5th hole even runs along part of a wilderness preserve, which borders the west side of the PGA National community.
Last renovated: Fall 2012 (new turf, rebuilt bunkers, expanded tee and green complexes)
PGA National Resort & Spa: Estates CourseDesigned by Karl Litten, The Estates course presents an enjoyable mix of challenging and docile holes. The course sets up for any level of player as it is one of the shorter courses at PGA National Resort & Spa. Where golfers are tested is in the formidable placement of fairway bunkers and water hazards. Generous fairways at this course will often make stray tee shots more manageable, and the large, inviting greens help keep the course fun for the high handicapper. Forced carries to many of the greens over either hazards or bunkers create a test that makes each round more enjoyable than the last. With an open feeling created by the property-wide housing setbacks, the course seems almost like a core golf course.
**The Estates course is located five miles west of the main resort.