Squire Course, PGA National Resort & Spa
Squire Course overview
Named after Gene Sarazen who was nicknamed ‘The Squire’ and the first golfer to win the professional Grand Slam, The Squire Course was designed by Tom and George Fazio.
Despite being the shortest course at the resort at 6447 yards from the back tees, this layout requires the most accuracy and is considered to be ‘the thinking man’s course.’ Accuracy off the tee is paramount as it is with all approach shots into the small greens. The layout features a number of doglegs that offer a risk/reward opportunity for longer hitters.
Aside from being a great test, The Squire also boasts scenic beauty with its natural areas and wildlife.
Accommodation near Squire 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.