Available through March 31, and starting at $224 per person (based on double occupancy), the package offers two rounds of golf at PGA Golf Club and three nights accommodations at the nearby Hilton Garden Inn. PGA Golf Club is located just three miles from Tradition Field, the Spring Training home of the New York Mets and the summer home of the Class “A” affiliate St. Lucie Mets.
“The Spring Training Stay-and Play package presents an outstanding opportunity to visit Florida's Treasure Coast's premier golf destination,” says Jimmy Terry, general manager at PGA Golf Club. “With sunshine and pleasant temperatures in the 70s during February and March – and professional baseball just a short drive away – we are excited about showcasing our enhanced golf courses and amenities to fans of America's favorite pastime.”
Additional stay-and-play packages from single- to five- nights and rounds are available, as are weekend getaways. To learn more or book a package, visit pgavillagegolf.com or call 800.514.5131.
Course conditions at PGA Golf Club continue to thrive, thanks to Dick Gray, director of agronomy and Turfnet's Superintendent of the Year for 2016. Widely regarded as one of the most inspirational turf grass experts in the industry, Gray was recently bestowed the Turfnet honor at the Golf Industry Show in Orlando from a list of 228 nominees from across the country.
For more information, visit pgavillage.com or call 772.467.1300.
Getting There: PGA Golf Club is less than a two-hour drive from Orlando and Miami; and under three hours from Tampa, Fort Myers and other Florida population centers. Having been ranked among the “75 Best Golf Resorts” by Golf Digest, PGA Golf Club is conveniently located 50 minutes north of Palm Beach International Airport (PBI), off Interstate 95 in Port St. Lucie. PBI offers nearly 100 nonstop flights to more than 25 cities in the U.S. and Canada.
Known as the “Ultimate Golf Resort Destination,” PGA Golf Club is home to four distinct golf courses at the facility and the nearby St. Lucie Trail Golf Club. The entertaining layouts were designed by renowned architects Tom Fazio, Jim Fazio and Pete Dye.