PGA National Resort
in Florida's beautiful Palm Beaches, our award winning resort sits on
2,340 acres and boasts five championship golf courses. We offer 339
deluxe guest rooms, 60 club cottages, a world-class spa, 19 tennis
courts, a complete fitness club, the largest croquet complex in the
Western Hempishere, 9 pools, a 26 acre lake, 8 restaurants & lounges
and a 33,900 square-foot conference center with 23 individual rooms.
A recent $5-million renovation has put a new sheen on the already luxurious PGA
National Resort & Spa, located in Palm Beach Gardens. Changes include
renovations to each of the resort's 339 guest rooms, enhancements to the golf
courses and the addition of Don Shula's restaurant.The elegant guest rooms and suites feature marble foyers and halls, bathrooms
with granite counter tops and new decor - from the bedspreads and linens to the
window treatments and carpeting. Teak furnishings, antique light fixtures and
high-back poster beds complete the look.
Golfers can enjoy new putting greens on all five of the resort's 18-hole
championship golf courses, along with reshaped sand bunkers, new practice
bunkers and renovated rain shelters and rest stations.
Each par-72 course sports its own name - The Haig, PGA National's first course
that was renovated in 1993; The Squire, considered "a thinking man's
course"; The Champion, redesigned by Jack Nicklaus in 1990; The General,
named for its designer Arnold Palmer and reminiscent of the Scottish links
tradition; and The Estate. The 15th, 16th and 17th holes on the Champion course
are named "The Bear Trap" in honor of the holes being chosen as the
"Ten Toughest Holes on the Seniors' Tour" by the 1992 PGA Tour.
Each year, the resort hosts the PGA Seniors' Championship as well as major
international and national tournaments. Guests can choose from several golf
packages, including one that caters to non-golfing companions interested in
experiencing the resort's spa.
Also new is Don Shula's Steak House, a popular Florida-based restaurant chain
owned by one of sports' greatest living legends. As head coach of the Miami
Dolphins, Shula led the team to victory in two Super Bowl championships. In a
similar vein, his namesake restaurant has been ranked among the Top 10 steak
houses in the U.S. since 1991.
Though the restaurant caters to carnivorous sports fanatics, anyone with a
hearty appetite will find themselves satisfied at the end of their meal.
Additional features of the PGA National include seven restaurants and lounges, a
European-style spa, a croquet facility, a health and racquet club, 19 tennis
courts, nine pools and a 26-acre lake with a private white sand beach.
a great time to get your plans started for one of the best golf vacations
For more information, phone the PGA National Resort & Spa at 1-800-633-9150
or (561) 627-2000. You can visit them on the Internet at: www.pga-resorts.com.