PGA Village Wanamaker Course | PGA Port St. Lucie | Tee Times USA

About PGA Golf Club – Wanamaker Course

The ultimate golf experience within one spectacular golf destination, owned and operated by the PGA of America! PGA Village in Port St. Lucie is ranked among the "75 Best Golf Resorts" by Golf Digest. Offering 54 holes of championship golf at PGA Golf Club these masterfully laid out designs by legends Tom Fazio and Pete Dye are not to be missed. The PGA golf experience offers impeccable service, immaculate greens and incredible golf. These core-style layouts wrap golfers in 430 acres of wildlife sanctuary and offer one of Florida's most outstanding golf challenges. Almost 30,000 PGA Professionals from around the globe call the PGA Golf Club home to come and play and train. The championship golf courses include the Wanamaker Course, Ryder Course and Dye Course, each with distinct design, style and feel. Greens on each course are impeccable and feature TIF Eagle grass. —–

Wanamaker Course
Named for Rodman Wanamaker, founder of the PGA Championship, and designed by Tom Fazio, this classic Florida layout is set against a backdrop of wetlands, palm trees and palmettos. This course is considered one of Florida's most beautiful golf experiences. There is a premium on the tee shot to set up a good approach shot to the well-guarded greens. Golf Digest rates the Wanamaker Course in the top 50 in the United States for best value. —–

Each of the courses have been recognized on a variety of 'Top Courses in America' lists, including Golf Digest’s – Top Public Golf Courses in Florida. The Dye was ranked 19th, Wanamaker 32nd and the Ryder T34th, respectively. All 3 courses also ranked in Golfweek's 2021 "Best State-by-State" Courses You can Play, the Wanamaker ranked 17th, and the Dye 27th, making PGA Golf Club one of only a handful of properties with two layouts on the respected list. In addition, the resort ranks 51st on Golf Digest’s list of the '75 Best Golf Resorts in North America'. —–

PGA Golf Club is also celebrating 25 Years as an Audubon Certified Sanctuary, which recognizes sensitive maintenance practices, dedication to projects that enhance wildlife habitat, sustainability and our commitment to environmental quality. —

The practice facility underwent a full renovation and expansion, adding artificial turf to the full swing area, a 7,500-square-foot chipping green, a privacy berm on hole No. 10 on the Ryder Course. The northern full swing area was expanded by over 15,000 square feet, three new short-game practice areas were installed and a complete practice facility floor renovation.