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PGA Golf Club at PGA Village, Port Saint Lucie

Categories: Golf Courses, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
3.5/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web
PGA Village, in Port St. Lucie, FL, offers 72 holes of Championship golf by Tom Fazio, Pete Dye, and Jim Fazio; the 35-acre PGA Center for Golf Learning and Performance golf instruction, practice, fitness and technology park that is host to PGA of America Golf Schools; and the PGA Museum of Golf (formerly the PGA Historical Center). Call 800-800-GOLF (4653) or visit for tee times, reservations and more.
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  • Complete plant for training. Of course driving ranch with grass tee, but many träningsgreenen for REC/game/putt. Many different bunkers to practice. Can work out all day for $ 20, which includes balls.
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  • The dye course is the medium of the three PGA courses. We played all three. The course condition is no different to call super. We recommend booking via the website, as there are a few special rates. Total's not cheap is worth ratios for US, but always the money. The service at the PGA Village is perfect. Very good range, pitch - and Putarea, range balls included, cart included, perfect GPS on the carts, supplies of water and ice top notch. Club House newly renovated bar, terrace and restaurant good. Pro shop with very good selection, but high prices.
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  • I was a little hesitant about playing this course after seeing the mixed reviews here. However, after playing it I couldn't have been more pleased. I have played some notable courses (Pinehurst, Sawgr...  read more »
  • Management is great and facilities are beautiful. The banquet room that can be rented for private use has the most beautiful exposed wooden beams- makes it feel like a great lodge- it's stunning.
  • We played the wannamaker course. Grat but as well pretty tough course. The pace was good and no one was pushing from behind. We where asked as well from meber is front of us if we want to pass cause we where 2 and they where 3. But there was no need. We had no hurry. The ProShop Team was as well nice and they put us up the startung list für 2 hours without any problem. We enjoyed our stay and will for sure come back next week.
  • It is a beautiful peaceful,yet exciting place,! Im glad I bought here!
  • Once you get past the cold reception, notice the abundance of weeds on the fringes, and swallow the green fee for this experience, you may be asked by the ranger "If I can move your cart" at the two-hour mark while you are on the 9th fairway. "Are we playing too slow" you ask - mindful that you are keeping pace with the forward group. "No" the smiling ranger answers, as if moving your cart while you are on the fairway is another "customer service" enhancement at this once-enjoyable venue. When pressed, he'll admit that "a member group" behind you is complaining. That sums up the PGA experience at St. Lucie West these days. They cater to the visiting group package tours and their "members" - an odd addition to what once was a public course. Most locals now go elsewhere - including many whom live within the PGA Village parameters. Basically, poor management seems to be the culprit. The place looked a whole lot better when the rates were lower. Are the high rates limiting the revenue? Probably.
  • The best place at the world for learn and play golf. Mi second home.
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