PGA Village is owned and operated by the PGA of America, and features in Golf Digest's "75 Best Golf Resorts in America". 54 holes of championship golf created by Pete Dye and Tom Fazio, the PGA Learning Centre academy facility, an extensive golf museum and multiple accommodation options combine to form a truly remarkable golfing experience.
Tom Fazio's superb layout is a tribute to Rodman Wanamaker, the man responsible for the PGA of America's 1916 inception. The beautiful championship is a tough 7,102 yards from the tips, and is bordered by palms, wetlands and palmettos.
Less challenging but equally as striking is Fazio's Ryder Course, named for Samuel Ryder, the founder of golf's greatest team event. The pine-fringed fairways and expanses of water give the Ryder Course a distinctive Carolina feel that is extremely popular with visitors.
The links style Dye Course is another addition to Pete Dye's collection of astonishing creations. 100 acres of "Big Mamu" wetlands set the backdrop for the amazing course, which is packed with character. The distinctive Dye Course is the perfect complement to the two existing Fazio layouts.
The PGA Village is known for its amazing instruction academy - if you are looking to improve your game, this is the place to be.
Hilton Garden Inn
Positioned adjacent to the golf facility and just 15 minutes from the coastline, the Hilton Garden Inn is a favourite with golfers. Spacious guestrooms come complete with satellite television, internet access, telephone, and deluxe bathroom. In the evening, head to Sam Snead's Oak Grill and Tavern, ideal for reviewing the day's play.
Perfect Drive Golf Villas
The 1, 2 and 3 bedroom units are located within the PGA Village resort, and are well suited to groups and families, offering great value for money. The well equipped villas and townhouses are spacious and comfortable, and are complete with all the necessary amenities for a superb golf holiday.
At the PGA Country Club, guests can make use of the tennis facilities, swimming pool and spa.