Winter is right around the corner, and the World Golf Village in St. Augustine, the Nation’s Oldest City, has launched Stay & Play Packages for both this Winter and Spring, 2019. These new golf packages are designed for golf enthusiasts seeking a warm and sunny retreat from the frigid and gloomy North.

The World Golf Village’s Stay & Play Packages include green fees, cart and range balls on the award winning King & Bear and Slammer & Squire golf courses with accommodations at the beautiful Renaissance Resort including daily breakfast buffet at the Villagio Grille. Premium Callaway rental clubs and caddie service are available for additional fees with each package.


The Train Like A Legend Package is for the golfers who want to fine-tune their game during their getaway. This package provides three nights lodging, breakfast each morning, two days of lite training, which includes three hours of instruction per day at The PGA TOUR Golf Academy, one
round of golf at each course and admission to the World Golf Hall of Fame & Museum and the IMAX Theater. Rates start at $508 per person per night, based on double occupancy.


The Play-All-Day package is perfect for buddy groups and offers up to 36 holes on the Slammer & Squire and King & Bear courses, and includes two nights lodging at Renaissance with breakfast each morning, along with admission to World Golf Hall of Fame & Museum and the IMAX Theater. Rates start at $44) per person per night, double occupancy.


The First Coast Package offers guests three-nights accommodations, breakfast daily, one round on The King & Bear, one round on the Slammer & Squire, and a 90 minute-tune-up at The PGA TOUR Golf Academy. It also includes admission to the World Golf Hall of Fame & Museum and the IMAX Theater. Rates start at $345 per person per night, double occupancy.


This package is the ultimate golf vacation for every golf enthusiast and includes four-nights accommodations, breakfast daily, one round each at The King & Bear and The Slammer & Squire, one single club fitting for the club of your choice at The PGA TOUR Golf Academy, and admission to the Hall of Fame and Imax Theater. Rates start at $305 person per night, double occupancy.

The packages are available through May 31, 2019. For more information or to book a package visit or call 904-940-6088. The Village is right off Interstate 95, just 40 miles south of the Jacksonville International Airport. Go Play!


The Slammer & The Squire was designed by American Society of Golf Course Architects and Golf Course Superintendents of America member Bobby Weed with design consultants Sam(the Slammer) Snead and Gene(the Squire) Sarazen and opened in 1998. The golf course has hosted six nationally televised events including the Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf, a PGA Tour Champions event. The immaculately maintained course incorporates the unspoiled woodlands and wetlands of the North Florida area along with contoured greens and a few water elements, along with the views of the World Golf Hall of Fame.

The King & Bear is the only collaboration of World Golf Hall of Fame 1974 inaugural class inductees, Arnold(The King) Palmer and Jack(Golden Bear) Nicklaus. These two legends of the game put their heads together and the resulting design is beautiful, challenging and remarkable. Golf Digest picked it as one of the ‘Best Public Courses You Can Play.’ The course opened in late 2000 and shortly thereafter the two giants played each other in the Shell’s Wonderful World of Golf on the new layout. Palmer shot his age, a 1 under 71, while Jack carded a 75.

Honours Golf, headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama, manages the award-winning courses. Honours Golf was founded on a vision to provide outstanding golf courses with unparalleled course conditions, employ dedicate team members who share a passion for golf, and deliver impeccable personalized service. As a result Honours, a subsidiary of division Troon Golf, has grown to become the Southeast’s leading golf course development  and management company operating 25 award-winning daily fee, resort and private facilities. The company has plans to grow the Honours brand through third-party management. For more information visit