at PGA National Resort & Spa
Fazio Course overview
The original Haig Course at PGA National Resort was the first on the property in 1980 and designed by Tom and George Fazio. Re-invented in 2012 by Tom Fazio II, the Haig re-opened and became The Fazio.
While the routing has remained intact, many crucial elements were improved upon. The green size was expanded upon, tee boxes and bunkers were reconfigured, and additional tee boxes were added. Tom Fazio II used his renovation to make the course a balance between challenging elements for scratch golfers and a layout ideal for higher handicaps. The course is a par-72 that plays 7050 yards from the back tees and 5100 yards from the most forward tees. It’s another great option during a stay at PGA National.
Accommodation near Fazio Course
PGA National Resort & Spa
PGA National Resort & Spa is a well-regarded golf resort thanks to its five courses, including The Champion course which hosts the PGA TOUR’s annual Honda Classic.