In order to play at
PGA National Champion,
you must stay at the resort.
RST & Fees
Year Built: 1981, 1990, 2002
Course Designer: T Fazio & J Nicklaus
Club Type: Resort course
Food and Beverage
Restaurant: Open daily 11 am - 6 pm for lunch
Meals: Menu items include soup,salad,sandwiches,hotdogs & burgers
Bar: Beer, wine and mixed drinks
Banquet Facilities: Facilities available at the resort
Showers: Mens and womens locker rooms with showers
Driving Range: 3 driving ranges
Putting Greens: Multiple putting greens
Chipping Range: Multiple chipping greens
Club Rentals: Mens and womens right and left hand club rentals
Directions to PGA National Champion
Directions from FTL Airport:
Take I95 to exit PGA Blvd in Palm Beach Gardens. Take PGA
Blvd. west for approx. 2 miles (over the overpass of
Florida's Turnpike) to the PGA National entrance on your
left hand side (first left after you pass the 1st traffic
light past the overpass). Turn left into the PGA National
Resort and follow the signs to the hotel.
Map & Directions to PGA National Champion
Directions from FTL Airport:
Take I95 to exit PGA Blvd in Palm Beach Gardens. Take PGA Blvd. west for approx. 2 miles (over the overpass of Florida's Turnpike) to the PGA National entrance on your left hand side (first left after you pass the 1st traffic light past the overpass). Turn left into the PGA National Resort and follow the signs to the hotel.
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Linda (Atlanta, GA)
PGA National was an awesome resort.Loved the large rooms and pool. Great golf: the greens and all. The property was just perfect thanks much
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About PGA National Champion
Originally opened in 1981, The Champion Course was redesigned by Jack Nicklaus and the Nicklaus Design Team in 1990 and 2002. The Champion Course hosts some of golf's most prestigious tournaments, including the annual PGA Seniors' Championships. Four of the course holes-the 11th, 15th, 16th and 17th-have been named among the 10 toughest holes on the Seniors' Tour by Golfweek magazine. In light of this, the 15th, 16th and 17th holes have been named "The Bear Trap" to signify the course's challenging conclusion. The Champion Course is dedicated to Jack Nicklaus in honor of those whose commitment to golf has been an inspiration to the game.
PGA National Champion Restrictions & Fees
Please note, you must be a guest of the PGA National Resort in order to play this course.
Valid 8/1/2011 - 12/31/2016
A forecaddie fee is included - forecaddie gratuity is additional and payable to he Resort at the time of play.
Valid 6/1/2015 - 12/31/2016
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You must be a guest of the PGA National Resort to play hereDesigned by Jack Nicklaus and the Nicklaus Design TeamSome of the toughest holes on the PGA Seniors TourThe 15th, 16th, and 17th holes are nicknamed "the bear trap".