PGA Golf Club in PGA Village, Dye Course Reviews

History of the Golf Swing
PGA General Manager Bob Baldassari and PGA Professional Eric Hogge explains the history of the golf swing from the PGA Golf Club in Port Saint Lucie, Florida.
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Average: 5 (2 votes)
1916 Perfect Dr
Port St Lucie, FL 34986-3029
(800) 800-4653
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chevy5605

I live in Wray Colorado and im have trouble putting in my golf game maybe some tips.

mac4evr

I've played the Dye Course about a dozen times during visits to my mother, who lives in PGA Village. Its one of the few courses I can break 100 on from the forward tees. The wide and forgiving waste bunkers are a plus, but the larger fairway pot bunkers can be difficult with their deep sand and towering sides. Ball placement is important but not crucial; many of the fairways are wide enough to handle a not-so-straight shot off the tee. The course was rated one of the Top 50 Courses for Women in 2005, '06 & '07 by Golf for Women magazine. I'm looking forward to my next visit to the Village so I can tackle the Dye again!

george_34

I spent over a week at the PGA in Port Saint Lucie Academy in 2005. My instructor was Mr. Eric Hogge. We had a great time and terrific instruction. Thanks Eric it was great!!
Well, the course is a Dye course that I favor the most of many great golf course Architects. I enjoy playing Chess golf as I call it, lots of target golf, iron play. There are many small bunkers in the middle of fairways, wind to deal with, calculate your route to paradise (green). I agree with George, staff is 10 and it was a real great experience. Cheers to all and hope to see you guys soon. GD, Sao Paulo, Brazil

gdiehl219

I have to rate this one high even though I do not like the layout of Dye courses. Excellent condition and great staff.