PGA Golf Club
The PGA Golf Club at PGA Village offers three outstanding, award winning golf courses designed by Tom Fazio and Pete Dye. These courses offer a wide variety of challenges and exceptional quality golf for players of all levels.
The Ryder and Wanamaker courses underwent extensive renovation in the summer of 2006, while the Dye was renovated in summer of 2013, taking an already outstanding golf experience to a new level of excellence.
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More Great Golf on the Treasure Coast
The Legacy Golf and Tennis Club
9000 Clubhouse Drive
Port St. Lucie, FL 34986
George Fazio’s reputation as a master of the game was earned on the PGA Tour in the 30′s and 40′s. He paid his dues to the sport at some of the nation’s finest courses, including famed Pine Valley in New Jersey. George Fazio’s enduring gift to the game lies at the heart of Port St Lucie’s fabled PGA Village. George and nephew Jim, in 1984 created the stunning accomplishment of design originally named “The Reserve Golf & Country Club.” The course and facilities underwent a multimillion dollar renovation and expansion, and is widely regarded as one of the finest golf venues in Florida. In a deserved tribute, the club was renamed “The Legacy” upon George’s passing to commemorate both the man’s passion for golf and this exceptional example of course design.Gator Trace Golf and Country Club 4302 Gator Trace Dr. Fort Pierce, FL 34982 772-464-0407
Gator Trace Golf & Country Club, located on the fringes of the Savannahs Preserve with its native vegetation, lakes, ponds and canals, is a beautiful slice of Florida paradise. You may even see a gator, bald eagle, wild boar, or heron on any given day.
General Manager, Lantie Hughes is a graduate of the PGA program at Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Michigan and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Marketing. In fact, he was the youngest individual to achieve the level of PGA Master Professional in the country. He has worked at the club since before the golf course opened in May of 1986 and was promoted to General Manager in 1991.
The course was designed by the Award-Winning Golf Course Architect Arthur Hills. “It is not brutally long, but the course is fun and challenging with a water hazard at every hole,” says Hughes. The course meanders through the Gator Trace community and has natural Florida landscape with Oak trees, palmetto bushes, cabbage palms and pine trees all left in their natural location.
St. James Golf Club
95601 NW Saint James Boulevard
Port St. Lucie, FL 34983
St James luxury golf community on Florida¹s relaxed Treasure Coast, just a few minutes drive from restaurants, movies, shopping and the beautiful beaches of Hutchinson Island. Its golf course has been completely renovated. In addition to the course’s renovation, the clubhouse has been completely upgraded. The championship course at St. James Golf Club has experienced a dramatic turnabout. With all new bunkers, the result is an eye-pleasing course with quick, true greens and a gauntlet of golfing challenges. The club also offers a state-of-the-art practice facility, with natural grass tee, simulated fairway bunker and dedicated short game area with a putting green. Its fleet of golf carts is all new and the club staff is known for its pampering treatment.
Designed by Warren Henderson, the St. James Golf Club course opened in 2000 on the Treasure Coast of Florida. Find 4 sets of tees that offer challenging rounds for all levels with 64 bunkers and 17 water hazards. There are 18 holes, 6,838 yards from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating of this Port Saint Lucie course is 69.7 and slope rating is 124.
Panther Woods Country Club
9425 Meadowood Drive
Fort Pierce, FL 34951
Designed by Charles Ankrum, the Panther Woods Country Club golf course opened in 1984 and through the years has been a host to a number of professional tournaments. There are 18 holes, 6,808 yards from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 72.9 and it has a slope rating of 132 on Bermuda grass.
Edward G. Enns Indian Hills Golf Course ~ City of Fort Pierce
1600 South 3rd Street
Fort Pierce, FL 34950
Since 1942, the Indian Hills Golf Course has been a treasure of Fort Pierce and was acquired by the city in 2002. Designed by Herbet Stron and Ward W. Northrup, Indian Hills offers 18 holes, 6,041 yards from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 70 and has a slope rating of 127 on Bermuda grass creating challenges for all golfers.
Eagle Marsh Golf Club
3869 NW Royal Oak Drive
Jensen Beach, FL 34957
A Tommy Fazio Masterpiece, Eagle Marsh Golf Club has solid reputation for overall conditioning, unparalleled greens, and is the host of challenging holes. Members and guests will testify that the shape of the course will remind golfers of one of the more exclusive private clubs that they may have played in the past. With five sets of tees, Eagle Marsh in Jensen Beach is a real challenge for the experienced golfer and player friendly for all levels from the forward tees.
Hammock Creek Golf Club
2400 Golden Bear Way
Palm City, FL 34990
Opening in 1996, The Hammock Creek Golf Club in Palm City is the first golf course in Florida co-designed by Jack Nicklaus and his son, Jack Nicklaus II. Hammock Creek Golf Club is currently the home course of The Golden Bear Golf Tour. All levels of golfers can play and enjoy this first class course. Carts feature Par View, the computerized digital cart display showing accurate course yardage and layout based on Global Positioning Satellite Systems.