PGA Village Verano - Kolter Homes
During a Kolter Homes Stay & Play package, visitors have access to the nearby award-winning golf at the PGA Village Verano Golf Club just off I-95 at Exit 121, 45 minutes north of Palm Beach and a... Read More
During a Kolter Homes Stay & Play package, visitors have access to the nearby award-winning golf at the PGA Village Verano Golf Club just off I-95 at Exit 121, 45 minutes north of Palm Beach and a two-hour drive from either Orlando and Miami. The two-night, three-day, stay includes access to the new 27,000 square ft. Club Talavera Social Center with full use of all amenities including the 13,000 square ft. Fitness Center, with yoga, tennis, indoor/outdoor pools, bocce ball, basketball, Har-Tru tennis courts and one round of golf for two at the adjacent PGA Golf Club. With the perfect address for a golf club, PGA Golf Club, at 1916 Perfect Drive in Port St Lucie, is a golfer's dream destination. Play three championship 18-hole golf courses, The Wanamaker, The Ryder and the Pete Dye, all owned and operated by The PGA of America. And stay like a resident in a beautiful home on property at PGA Village Verano, minutes from the three golf courses in a resort-style golf community with a Stay & Play package.on the Ryder and Pete Dye courses in addition to the Wanamaker course. The Wanamaker Course is one of two Tom Fazio designs on the property and does its namesake – PGA founder Rodman Wanamaker proud. Fazio designed both the Wanamaker and Ryder in 1999, but the twins are definitely fraternal and reveal different personalities. Department store magnate Rodman Wanamaker helped establish the PGA of America, funded the first PGA Championship in 1916 and has his name attached to the champion's prized trophy, The Wanamaker. Fazio's Ryder Course honors Samuel Ryder, the namesake and founder of the Ryder Cup matches, which began in 1927. All 36 tees have plaques that unveil the storied lore of both the PGA Championship and the Ryder Cup. On the Ryder Course, Fazio transports you to North Carolina, with his holes winding among majestic pines, rolling hills and elevation changes, and recurrent red-staked hazards. Pete Dye's eponymous course at PGA Village opened for play in 2007. Highlighting the native environment, especially the wetlands, Dye fashioned a links-style course reminiscent of the British Isles. The three courses have their own driving range and putting and chipping areas as well as the "Short Course," six holes between 35-60 yards where players can work on finesse shots. The nearby 35-acre PGA Center for Golf Learning and Performance is a golf instruction, practice, technology and fitness park all in one.