The PGA Center for Golf Learning and Performance (CLP) at PGA Village in south Florida has unveiled a new Season Access Pass at savings of up to 60% off standard rates.
Owned and operated by the PGA of America, the CLP is an innovative, performance-enhancing golf facility featuring more than 100 full-swing practice stations, a world-class fitness and performance center, multiple pitching and chipping areas, 7,000 square feet of USGA-certified putting greens and a three-hole teaching course.
Valid from Jan. 1 to March 31, the Season Access Pass grants guests unlimited use of the 35-acre property.
The Season Access Pass is ideal for snowbirds and other part-time residents who flock to the Sunshine State during the winter months, says Jeremy Wiernasz, PGA Director of Golf Operations. Conveniently located near I-95 and the Florida Turnpike, the CLP is the place to practice in south Florida.
Also in time for the holidays, the CLP pro shop is offering a $20 Bonus gift card for every $100 gift card purchased. Available for a limited time and good for purchases of all instructional programs, merchandise, equipment, club fittings and more, the cards are perfect holiday stocking stuffers. Cards may be purchased here.
Nearby PGA Golf Club boasts 72 holes of championship golf (Wanamaker, Dye, Ryder and St. Lucie Trails golf courses), as well as a new 20,000-square-foot clubhouse enhanced and expanded by Tom Hoch Design. The state-of-the-art centerpiece includes a completely revamped and modern golf shop; the American-British fusion Taplow Pub featuring a cozy, welcoming interior with cutting-edge audio / video components; and NINETEEN-SIXTEEN Bar & Grille, a members-only restaurant adjacent to the 18th Hole of the Wanamaker Course.
Additionally, the PGA has relocated notable trophies and artifacts tracing its nearly 100 years to the new PGA Gallery area of the clubhouse. The display of major championship trophies of golf includes the PGA Championship's original Wanamaker Trophy. The Senior PGA Championship's Alfred S. Bourne Trophy and the Vardon Trophy, with its iconic overlapped hands sculpture, are also prominently displayed.