The city of Port St. Lucie Florida is conveniently located in southern mainland region of St. Lucie County. Port St. Lucie is home to more than one hundred and fifty thousand people, thirty parks, and the New York Mets spring training camp. The biggest attraction in Port St. Lucie is the world renowned PGA Village. Golf enthusiasts as well as professionals flock to the only public PGA-America owned center.
Upon moving to the west coast of Florida, the PGA Village was the first weekend vacation my parents partook. My mother was excited and impressed with the idea of golfing on a PGA course much less vacationing in a true PGA location. Golf Digest had this to say about the PGA Village, "Tom Fazio's Ryder and Wanamaker Courses provide distinctly different playing experiences, and the Pete Dye-designed Dye Course interweaves a slight British Isles feel into the beautiful Florida landscape." My mother even clipped the story! There are five courses to choose from and every one is challenging, my father proclaimed. Not one aspect of golf was excluded. Activities included clinics and lessons, golf pro shop, and a PGA school. The weekend was astounding. That Hilton Garden Inn offered a spectacular view, wonderful service, and golf fees were included in the cost.
Golf activist would certainly agree that the city of Port St. Lucie is a golfer's paradise!
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life thereI am living in hallandale. I am looking for a place with a much lower densit of people and not urban, but it must be in the lower half of florida because I have seasonal effective (I am affected by the lack of sun in the winter). I heard that port st lucie is lower in density, and quieter. I am 39 and single. But I don't have a …
Jul 11, 2018
port st luciein the winter do snowbirds crowd the place in Port St. Lucie? I forgot to ask that