PGA Golf Club at PGA Village

Three great golf courses. All 3 courses are ranked high on great courses in Florida to play.

Each day, 2 courses are reserved for members and 1 course is open to the public. They rotate which course is available to the public. You can make reservations on their website, 7 days in advance. If you want to play the Wanamaker, you may want to make a tee time at 12:01 am. The phones open at 7am and we called around 8am and there were only 3 tee times left.

The Wanamaker Course

Being a tournament caliber course, makes this a great challenging course to play. It seems to have more water than the other 2. Also, if you play early morning, the first few holes are into the sun. We all lost a ball or two on the first few holes because we couldn’t see where they went.

Wanamaker Course at PGA Village
Wanamaker Course – 2020
Wanamaker Course at PGA Village
Into the sun in the morning
Wanamaker Course at PGA Village
Wanamaker Course – 2020

The Ryder Course

This is a par 71 course as there are 3 par 3’s on the back. Probably the easiest of the 3 courses for amateurs.

Ryder Course at PGA Village
Ryder Course – 2020
Ryder Course at PGA Village
Ryder Course – 2020
Ryder Course at PGA Village
Ryder Course – 2020
Ryder Course at PGA Village
Ryder Course – 2020

The Dye Course

Excellent with elevated greens and lots of sand.

Dye Course at PGA Village
Dye Course – 2017
Dye Course at PGA Village
Dye Course 2017
Dye Course at PGA Village
Dye Course – 2017

To book a tee time, visit their website: https://www.pgavillage.com/golf/book-tee-time