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The course :
Champion: Home to the Honda Classic and many professional events including the 1983 Ryder Cup, 1987 PGA Championship and 18 PGA Seniors Championships. The Champion was originally designed by Tom Fazio but was redesigned by Jack Nicklaus in 1990. Playing 7,048 yards from the back tees, one of the most unique aspects of the Champion is the five sets of tees which accommodate all levels of golfers.
Haig: Designed by Tom Fazio, the Haig was the first course to open at PGA National. Fazio’s goal was to create an outstanding quality course that would be playable by all ability levels. Named in honor of Walter Hagen, the course opened in 1980. The course measures 6,806 from the back tees.
Squire: Designed by Tom Fazio, the Squire is the shortest and most exacting of the courses at PGA National. Referred to as “the thinking man’s course” the golfer is required to test his or her accuracy with fairway woods and long irons. The Squire is named after the immortal Gene Sarazen and measures 6,465 from the back tees.
Palmer: Originally designed by Arnold Palmer and opened as the General in 1984, and was updated in 2007 by Arnold Palmer Design. The open fairways and larger greens make the Palmer the most forgiving of all the PGA National Courses. A links style course, #8 and #12 share a common green reminiscent of courses in Scotland. The Palmer is dedicated to Arnold Palmer, the leader of an army of golf enthusiasts. The courses measures 7,076 from the back tees.
Estate: The Estate Course is a Karl Litten design located approximately seven miles west of the main facility and has an enjoyable mix of challenging and docile holes. Generous fairways will often make stray tee shots more manageable, and the large inviting greens help make the course fun for the high handicapper. The Estate measures 6,694 from the back tees.
Address :400 Avenue of the Champions
FL 33418 Palm Beach Gardens Phone : 866 930 8770
Website : www.pgaresort.com