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GOLF: SAWGRASS COUNTRY CLUB
Sawgrass Country Club is a 27-hole championship golf course created by Arnold Palmer’s design partner, Ed Seay. Through the years, Sawgrass has been consistently recognized as one of the finest courses in the country and has been included in Golf Magazine’s Top 100 Courses in the U.S., Golf Digest’s Best Courses in Florida, and GolfWeek Magazine’s Top 100 Courses in America. Sawgrass Country Club hosted the PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP from 1977 to 1981 as well as the Senior PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP in 1987. Sawgrass Country Club will challenge every element of your game; constantly changing wind conditions makes the player excited to finish. Bring a camera, between the alligators, Bald eagles, and views of the Atlantic Ocean, you will want to capture your Sawgrass experience to show your friends. Each nine requires distance off the tee while putting a premium on accuracy. With water on 22 of the 27 holes, along with approaches into extremely wellbunkered greens, placement is of prime importance. In addition, the greens are shallow but wide, creating difficult hole locations.
Sawgrass Country Club offers tee times daily from 7:30 to 8:15am and 12:45 to 1:30pm. Tee times are $1,200+tax for each group of four which includes greens fees, cart fees and forecaddie fee. Caddie gratuity not included; recommended $25 per person.
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Michael Broderick, Head Golf Professional email@example.com Phone: 904.273.3720
GOLF: PONTE VEDRA INN & CLUB
Ponte Vedra Inn and Club offers golf to corporate clients of THE PLAYERS Championship on both of their private courses. The Ocean and Lagoon Course each feature a distinct seaside links flavor. Meandering lagoons, undulating fairways, elevated Bermuda greens protected by steep-faced bunkers and a prevailing sea breeze provide for every kind of shot making challenge imaginable. In 1939, the Ocean Course was selected to host the prestigious Ryder Cup Matches. Unfortunately, just months prior to the scheduled event, it was cancelled due to the onset of World War II. Five times in its history, the Ocean Course has proudly served as the site for the U.S. Open qualifying round.
The cost per person on Ocean Course is $290, Lagoon Course $270. Rates include green fees, carts and range balls.
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GOLF: MARSH LANDING COUNTRY CLUB
The centerpiece of Marsh Landing is the 6,841 yard, par-72 golf course. The golf course was designed by Arnold Palmer’s design partner, Ed Seay. The course weaves through pockets of intracoastal marshes and towering pines that provide a year-round golf experience and home to an extraordinary array of wildlife.
The cost is $220 per person plus sales tax. Rates include green fees, carts and range balls. Tee Times are accepted 30 days in advance.
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GOLF: KING & BEAR - WORLD GOLF VILLAGE
The only collaboration between golf’s greatest legends, Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus, the King & Bear is set among pristine lakes, beautiful Loblolly pines, and stately oak trees. The King & Bear is located in St. Augustine, just a short drive from TPC Sawgrass. Each hole contains characteristics of both players to create a unique golf course. Measuring 7,279 yards from the stone tees and 5,119 yards from the green tees, this course is sure to challenge the skilled golfer while providing player-friendly conditions for the novice. This is a driver’s course, which should come as no surprise as both Palmer and Nicklaus wielded awesome power games in their primes. You’ll also experience the wide fairways of Nicklaus and the fast greens of Palmer. So enamored of the course he helped design, Arnold Palmer selected hole number 15 as one of his “Dream 18” in Sports Illustrated’s Preview to the Ryder Cup 2006.
The cost per person is $169+tax. Rates include greens fee, carts and range balls.
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GOLF: SLAMMER & SQUIRE - WORLD GOLF VILLAGE
The Slammer & Squire course is located in the heart of the World Golf Village Resort, just steps from the World Golf Hall of Fame, in St. Augustine. This 18-hole championship resort course was designed by Bobby Weed with design consultants Sam “The Slammer” Snead and Gene “The Squire” Sarazen. These two men were innovators in the sport at their time and contributed, in many ways, to the sport of golf as we know it today. The course features two distinct nines with generous fairways, contoured greens and plenty of water hazards along with impressive views of the World Golf Hall of Fame.
The cost per person is $129+tax. Rates include green fees, carts and range balls.
GOLF: DYE’S VALLEY COURSE
Where: Dye’s Valley Golf Course
When: May 8 – 13, 2018 Tuesday: Full 18 Thursday – Sunday: Back Nine Twice
Cost: 9-Holes $150.00 plus tax; 18-Holes $200.00 plus tax
TPC Survival Kit: 9 or 18-holes of Golf, Golf Car, Forecaddie, Rental Clubs, PLAYERS Hat, Golf Glove, Yardage Guide, 2 Sleeves of Golf Balls, Sunscreen, and Water
Additional golf balls will be available for purchase on the day of play.
Rental Clubs: Callaway, TaylorMade, PING, Cobra & Titleist will be available
Golf Shoes: Your golf shoes should be worn to the course as bags allowed into the tournament can be no larger than 6x6x6.
Forecaddie Gratuity: Suggested Gratuity is $25.00 or more per golfer based upon level of service. Each golfer will be responsible to pay the forecaddie gratuity.
Contact: Nick Warner, PGA Assistant Golf Professional/Tournament Manager NicholasWarner@pgatourtpc.com OR (904) 280-4822
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