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Friday, February 8, 2013
PGA Golf Club Announces Spring Training Stay-and-Play Packages
PGA of America home offers iconic Pete Dye, Tom Fazio designs
(PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla.) - PGA Golf Club - featuring 54 championship holes by Tom Fazio and Pete Dye - announces spring training "stay-and-play" packages through March, starting at $187 (one night, one round).

Located an hour north of West Palm Beach, PGA Golf Club at PGA Village is annually ranked as one of America's best golf resorts. In February and March, it serves as an ideal setting for Major League Baseball (MLB) fans escaping frigid temperatures to tee it up in South Florida while cheering on their favorite team.

PGA Golf Club is located adjacent to the St. Lucie Mets stadium (High-A affiliate). With only a short distance between first base and the first tee, this pure golf destination features three diverse, challenging layouts along Florida's Treasure Coast.

Lodging options include comfortable resort villas or luxurious hotel accommodations, perfect for relaxing after a round of golf or MLB game.

"This time of year, course conditions are pristine and pace-of-play is crisp," says Corey Aurand, Senior Director of PGA Golf Properties. "We encourage golfers of all abilities to visit us and see why more than 27,000 PGA Professionals call PGA Golf Club home."

Looking to tune up your game? Also located on-site, the PGA Center for Golf Learning and Performance offers 100 full swing stations and nine bunker types to simulate play from around the world. For beginners or lapsed golfers, Get Golf Ready classes are available year around (five lessons for $99).

Not to be missed, guests at PGA Golf Club receive complimentary admission to the world famous PGA Museum of Golf, featuring the game's four major Championship trophies.

To book a package, visit www.PGAVillage.com/springtraining or call 800-800-GOLF.

About PGA Golf Club
One of America's top-ranked resorts, PGA Golf Club at PGA Village features 54 holes of pure championship golf as well as acclaimed instruction at the PGA Center for Golf Learning and Performance.

Highlighting this world class facility are courses designed by the legendary Pete Dye and Tom Fazio, as well as a six-hole short course created especially for families and beginners.

Providing the ultimate learning environment for players of all levels, the PGA Center for Golf Learning and Performance is a 35-acre, leading-edge golf park that offers practice areas for shots of all types. As the home of PGA of America Golf Schools, it employs world-class technology - such as the Sirgul Golf Simulator, LinxTracker/PGA PAR System and TrackMan Shot Performance game analysis programs - and pairs these with innovative training solutions from the PGA Center for Fitness and Performance.

Rounding out the on-site offerings is the state-of-the-art PGA Club Performance facility, which provides expert club repair and fitting.


More formation: www.PGAVillage.com, 800-800-GOLF.
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