PGA National Resort & Spa Summer Escape & Play Package

PGA National Resort & Spa located in Palm Beach Gardens, home of the Honda Classic, announced its exceptionally priced “Summer Escape & Play Unlimited Golf Package” for memorable getaways to savor. Now thru September 30 and starting at $94.50(per person, per night, double occupancy) and $174(per person, per night, single occupancy), this value-packed offer at South Florida’s premier golf destination features:

  • Resort accommodations with new luxury bedding
  • Full breakfast daily in the Palm Terrace restaurant
  • One round of golf daily on Fazio, Squire or Estates courses($25 surcharge for the newly redesigned Palmer Course)
  • Complimentary replay round daily(confirmed day of play;($25 replay on Palmer)
  • 50% off daily golf clinics
  • Complimentary range balls(before play) and daily bag storage
  • Additional $35 cart fee per person, per day

The legendary destination features the first-class Palmer, Fazio, Squire and Estates courses. The newly transformed Palmer Course, originally designed by the legendary Arnold Palmer, reopened in November 2017 after undergoing a comprehensive renovation to rave reviews. Most notably, golfers will discover all 62 bunkers have been reshaped to improve sight lines off the tee as well as on approach shots into the greens. A great course has gotten even better.

Additionally, from now to the end of September, “Kids 12 and Under Stay, Play Golf and Eat Breakfast Free,” of resort guests with an accompanying adult breakfast purchased in the Palm Terrace. Kids 12 and under also receive complimentary golf after 2pm with each accompanying adult golf round booked(cart fee applies). Taxes and resort fees are extra on the two above offers.

“The summer months are the perfect time to enjoy our fantastic courses, world-class accommodations and full array of resort amenities at great rates,” says Jane Broderick, Director of Golf. “We invite our guests to visit us here in South Florida and discover why we’re one of the premier golf resort destinations in the U.S.”

PGA National is home to the David Leadbetter Golf Academy and the David Pelz Scoring Game School for individual instruction and group clinics; Every Ball Counts- the world’s first science-based, statistics-driven training system for golf improvement is available at the Estates Course: and state-of-the-art club fitting is offered at the PGA National Club Fitting Lab.

The Resort’s expansive 40,000 square-foot European influenced full service Spa & Salon is renowned as the ultimate in relaxation and rejuvenation. The Spa recently underwent a revitalization to its pool deck complete with new furnishings as well as renovation of the sleek ladies’ lounge and wet room, including all new sauna, steam rooms, indoor jacuzzi and locker rooms. Guests of the Spa are privy to the adjacent Waters of the World mineral pools. With extras like Spa weekend packages and the ‘Waters of the World Cafe,’ planning an extended escape at the stylish yet serene scene makes PGA National Spa one of the top resorts in Florida.

Resort guests can also enjoy the new high-tech 33,000 square-foot Sports & Raquet Club featuring a wide array of fitness activities and classes including pickle ball and tennis on the 18 Har-Tru tennis courts(11 lit for night play). Not to be missed is the resort’s striking zero-entry pool complete with the Wave Bar & Grill for light fare, summer cocktails and great kid concoctions.

Speaking of dining, the Resort is famous for its Ironwood Steak & Seafood Restaurant defining contemporary American cuisine with a fine wine collection and extraordinary service. IBar is the gathering place in the Resort lobby for the best in conversation, aperitifs and a lively social scene. The Palm Terrace downstairs has al fresco and indoor seating adjacent to the pool and serves breakfast till 11am. Bar 91, the sports bar near the well stocked pro shop, is my favorite stop after golf for a cool one and burger.

The Champion course, home of the Honda Classic, closed in June to undergo a major renovation under the direct supervision of Jack Nicklaus and PGA National’s Director of Agronomy, Brad Nelson. Brad will be collaborating and working closely with the preeminent Nicklaus Design Associates.

Adjacent to the tee of the daunting first hole, The Champion Course’s outstanding driving range was significantly upgraded and now includes a secluded section for PGA TOUR pros to practice their short game as well as greenside and fairway bunker play. The new pristine area garnered rave reviews from the professional players in this year’s Honda Classic. The 2019 Honda Classic will be held February 25 through March 3rd.

“Our owners, Walton Street Capital, continually strive to improve and enhance our world-class golf assets,” says Greg Saunders, Vice President, Managing Director. “These vital and substantial upgrades and improvements will greatly benefit our coveted guests and partners, including the PGA TOUR and the players competing in the Honda Classic, our valued members and their families, as well as our resorts guests.”

For more information, please visit or call 800-863-2819.


Dave Daubert

David, Editor & Feature Writer, has been writing about golf since the turn of the century. He was Managing Editor at a regional golf magazine for 11 years, published in Canada, the IAGTO and a Staff Writer for The Georgia Golf Trail. His insightful perspective brings golf to life.

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