PGA GOLF CLUB UNVEILS HOLIDAY PROMOTIONS AT PGA LEARNING CENTER
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. (December 13, 2018) – PGA Golf Club – the PGA of America’s premier 54-hole property – unveils its holiday promotions for the PGA Learning Center that include reduced fees when donating to Toys for Tots.
Through Dec. 31, guests of the PGA Learning Center who bring an unwrapped toy ($10 value or more) for Toys for Tots will receive 30 percent off the daily access fee. Blackout dates may apply.
The PGA Learning Center is also selling gift cards – the ultimate “game improvement” gift for golfers – that are valid for instruction, equipment, fittings and merchandise. Those can be purchased by visiting the PGA Learning Center or online at www.pgalearningcenter.com.
The state-of-the-art PGA Learning Center is home to the PGA of America Golf Schools, which employs innovative educational techniques and advanced game analysis technology from an elite group of PGA Professional instructors. Starting at $499, PGA of America Golf Schools offer half-day or one-, two- or three-day programs.
“Our holiday promotions not only make great gifts for golfers on your list, they also ensure children in the community have a holiday season to remember,” says Jeremy Wiernasz, General Manager. “As the only practice facility in the area, the PGA Learning Center is a spectacular venue for golfers of all ages to hone their game.”
Known as the “Ultimate Golf Resort Destination,” PGA Golf Club is home to three distinct golf courses – Wanamaker, Ryder and Dye – designed by renowned architects Tom Fazio, Jim Fazio and Pete Dye.
The Wanamaker Course ranked 18th in Golfweek’s 2018 “Best: State-by-State Courses You Can Play” rankings, while the Dye Course rose to 22nd – making PGA Golf Club one of only a handful of properties with two layouts on the respected list. The Ryder Course reopened late 2017 to rave reviews following a renovation project that enhanced the greens and surrounding areas.
A string of awards and accolades were bestowed upon PGA Golf Club in 2018. The club was the first organization to receive the Economic Development Council (EDC) of St. Lucie County’s Leadership Recognition Award. Also, PGA Head Golf Professional Holly Taylor was named the Merchandiser of the Year in the Resort Category by the Southeast Chapter of the South Florida PGA Section, and the Association of Golf Merchandisers recognized PGA Golf Club’s golf shop with its Platinum Award. PGA Golf Club’s Taplow Pub was named among the best eateries on the Treasure Coast by Indian River Magazine, and the Golf Range Association of America named the PGA Learning Center a “Top 50 Range” for the 17th consecutive year.
PGA Golf Club also offers attractive membership opportunities at competitive pricing, including a six-month Premier Seasonal Membership with limited spots available. Members will enjoy private member dining, food and beverage discounts at the 1916 Bar and Grille inside the newly renovated and expanded clubhouse, member merchandise discounts in the golf shop – all with no assessments or F&B minimums.
To learn more about PGA Golf Club, visit www.pgavillage.com.
Getting There: PGA Golf Club is less than a two-hour drive from Orlando and Miami – and under three hours from Tampa, Fort Myers and other Florida population centers. PGA Golf Club is conveniently located 50 minutes north of Palm Beach International Airport (PBI), off Interstate 95 in Port St. Lucie. PBI offers nearly 100 nonstop flights to more than 25 cities in the U.S. and Canada.