at PGA National Resort
Champion Course overview
The Champion Course at PGA National Resort is the flagship course at the resort. As host of the PGA TOUR’s annual Honda Classic as well as a Ryder Cup and PGA Championship, golfers can walk in the footsteps of some of the game’s best.
From the back tees, the course is 7045 yards long, but there are six tee boxes to accommodate golfers of all abilities. This Jack Nicklaus design has wide fairways and large greens, but strategically placed bunkers and water hazards on most holes provide a formidable yet enjoyable challenge.
Collectively known as the “Bear Trap,” a nod to designer Jack Nicklaus, holes 15 – 17 are regarded as three of the most demanding consecutive golf holes in the game.
Accommodation near Champion Course
PGA National Resort
PGA National Resort is a well-regarded golf resort thanks to its five courses, including The Champion course which hosts the PGA TOUR’s annual Honda Classic.