Palm Beach Gardens, Florida’s PGA National Resort & Spa – home of the PGA TOUR Honda Classic and a former Ryder Cup venue – has an exclusive “Own The Champion Course for a Day” offer through Sept. 31.
Few layouts have a golf history as storied as the Champion Course. In addition to the Honda Classic, its resume includes hosting the 1983 Ryder Cup, 1987 PGA Championship, nearly two decades of the Senior PGA Championship and this year’s final stage of the Web.com Q-school. It is also the current setting for Golf Channel’s “Big Break” series.
The lauded track is home to the “Bear Trap” (Nos. 15-17). The daunting trifecta continues to live up to its reputation as one of the most testing gauntlets in the sport.
Groups of up to 50 may have exclusive use of the Jack Nicklaus-designed 18 for $25,000. This offer additionally includes private PGA TOUR quality range facilities with professional golf instruction; tournament scoring; caddies or golf carts (caddie gratuities are extra); continental breakfast with non-alcoholic beverages; signature “Bear Trap” bag tag; group photo at the famed Bear Trap; and resort locker room access.
This package is not available to previously booked groups. Contact Jane Broderick, PGA National’s director of golf, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 561-227-2551 for more information and to make reservations.