South Florida golf:
South Florida golf courses are some of the finest in the State. Plus the warm climate allows you to play in shorts all year long. There are numerous courses and accommodations to choose from, depending on which South Florida golf region you want to visit. The Palm Beach Gardens area features the newly renovated PGA National Resort & Spa. With 5 courses on-site including the famous Champion Course it's a great spot for groups or winter getaways.
Suggested South Florida golf courses:
The Champion Course: 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 1990 and now hosts the The PGA TOUR each spring. Although the layout has generous landing areas and spacious and accepting TifEagle greens, golfers are presented with course management challenges throughout the round. This South Florida golf course is one of 5 at the resort.
The Palmer Course: located at PGA National Resort & Spa, named after its legendary designer Arnold Palmer, this championship golf course is one of the more forgiving at PGA National Resort. It’s also one of our most overall entertaining courses for players of all skill levels. There are plenty of opportunities for creative shot-making, and picturesque approach shots abound. Paired with a great series of finishing holes (including the stunning par 5 on the 18th), The Palmer golf course is all about risks/rewards and genuinely fun. Just like its namesake.
The Match: located at PGA National Resort & Spa, perhaps the most highly-anticipated new golf course opening in the U.S. this year, Andy Staples’ “The Match” is a golf course is a truly distinct golf experience that is destined to generate spirited conversation among golf course design enthusiasts for years to come, while also providing a canvas for players of all abilities to enjoy all the thrills of golf — albeit in a non-traditional setting.