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PGA National Resort and Spa
A Two-Night Stay for Two, Resort Credit, Room Upgrade When Available, and Late Checkout
91% recommendedin LivingSocial customer ratings
Par, while satisfactory for most, is not good enough for you. Aim high with this week's Escape and join the parade of greats to play at PGA National Resort and Spa.
The fairways await you and your caddy at this expansive Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, destination. Spend two nights in a Deluxe Room, now through May 23 ($399) or May 24 through September 30 ($249), and receive a $50 resort credit. Or, spend three nights in a Deluxe Room, now through May 23 ($539) or May 24 through September 30 ($349), and receive a $75 resort credit. All packages include an upgrade to a Premium Room when available as well as late checkout.
Enjoy restful nights in a large, tasteful guest room decorated in Asian maple and granite. In addition to one king or two full beds, rooms feature high-speed wireless Internet, spa amenities, and balconies or terraces with views of the garden, golf course, or pool.
Wake bright and early to make the most of your daylight hours at five world-class golf courses. Currently the site of the PGA Tour's Honda Classic, the property has also hosted legendary events in professional golf history, including the 1983 Ryder Cup and the 1987 PGA Championship.
The Jack Nicklaus-designed Champion Course is home to the infamous "Bear Trap," a trio of holes considered by many to be the most difficult on the PGA Tour. "It's not about length," Nicklaus told the Golf Channel. "It's about precision. It's about guts. It's about what do you have in your chest that you can finish those holes."
You won't face pro-level pressure, but you still could use a massage at the resort's 40,000 square-foot spa, which also offers a unique mineral pool treatment to soothe tired muscles. When you work up a championship-sized appetite, swing by acclaimed Ironwood Steak & Seafood, then sip after-dinner cocktails with fellow players at iBAR.
Palm Beach may be the Golf Capital of Florida, but the courses at PGA National Resort and Spa are strokes ahead of the field.
PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON October 22, 2021
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON September 30, 2012