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PGA National Golf Club
Club information
Location Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
Type Public
Total holes 90
Tournaments hosted 1983 Ryder Cup
Website PGA National Resort and Spa - Golf Courses
The Champion
Designed by George and Tom Fazio

Redesigned by Jack Nicklaus

Par 72
Length 7,048
Course rating 75.2
The Haig
Designed by George and Tom Fazio
Par 72
Length 6,806
Course rating 73.4
The Squire
Designed by George and Tom Fazio
Par 72
Length 6,465
Course rating 72.1
The Palmer
Designed by Arnold Palmer
Par 72
Length 7,079
Course rating 74.6

PGA National Golf Club, the home of the Professional Golfers' Association of America, is located at the PGA National Resort & Spa in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. The Golf Club facilities include four championship, 18-hole golf courses within the PGA National Community:[1]

  • The Champion
The Champion course was opened on November 17, 1981. It was the site of the the 1983 Ryder Cup and the 1987 PGA Championship (won by Larry Nelson), and was the permanent home for the PGA Seniors' Championship from 1982-2000. The course underwent a $4 million renovation in December 2002 and in 2007 became the home of the Honda Classic.[2]
  • The Haig
The Haig is named for golfing great Walter Hagen. It opened on March 4, 1980, and was the first course opened for play at PGA National Resort.
  • The Squire
The Squire is named after Gene Sarazen, the first golfer ever to win the professional Grand Slam. It opened on October 30, 1981.
  • The Palmer
The Palmer, named for golf legend and course designer Arnold Palmer, was the last of the original four courses built at PGA National, opening on February 28, 1984.

A fifth 18-hole golf course is located five miles west of PGA National:

  • The Estate
The Estate originally opened in November 1984 as Stonewall Golf Club, and has been part of PGA National since August 28, 1988.


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Coordinates: 26°49′31″N 80°08′33″W / 26.8252963°N 80.1424527°W / 26.8252963; -80.1424527



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