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Sawgrass Marriott Resort & Spa

Sawgrass Marriott Resort & Spa, Jacksonville/St. Augustine-USA
Address Sawgrass Marriott Resort & Spa
1000 PGA Tour Boulevard
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082
Telephone (904) 285 7777 or (800) 457-GOLF
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Holes The Players Stadium Course 18
Dye's Valley Course 18
Sawgrass Country Club 18
Ponte Vedra Country Club 18
Marsh Landing Country Club 18
Yardage P:7215
Par 72
Visitors Must be registered guest of the Sawgrass Marriott Resort & Spa.
Green Fees
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Course Designer Pete Dye, Ed Seay
Location Located along Florida's Atlantic coast between Jacksonville and historic St. Augustine, 45 minutes south of Jacksonville International Airport.

Pristine ocean beach, 3 swimming pools, 11 nearby tennis courts, award-winning children's program, several elegant ballrooms and other beautiful spaces for large meetings.
The Spa at Sawgrass features a variety of spa treatments and fitness programs.
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About the Course "Nestled along Florida's Atlantic Coast in picturesque Ponte Vedra Beach, the Marriott Sawgrass Resort & Spa offers the perfect marriage of sun, sand, golf, and Southern hospitality in a warm and luxurious setting."
Sawgrass is also a showcase of Florida's natural treasures, with 15 acres of lagoons, moss-draped oaks, and fragrant magnolias.
Home to the Tournament Players Club Stadium Course, host of The Players Championship every March.
Golf Digest ranks this course in the "Top 25 Best US Resort Courses."
Course Reviews PLAYERS Stadium Course, TPC Sawgrass Less than 2 months after booking a 5 night 'Stay & Play' package at the Sawgrass Marriott Resort, I was standing, knees trembling, on the tee box of that infamous 17th island hole...130 yards but enough to fill me with fear. Fortunately only one of my Pro V's found the watery grave and I ended up with a 5. To be honest, the rest of the course was in terrific condition. I especially loved the Par 5 11th, which I reached in two great shots (only to 3 putt) and the intimidating final hole, which plays into that magnificent new clubhouse. The renovations have obviously worked a treat because the greens were so fast and true and, with my expert forecaddie Howard, I even managed to birdie the 10th hole, with a ten-foot putt. Dozens of long bunkers and freshwater lakes dominate the course, and the welcome I received on the 1st tee made me feel like a PRO straight away (until my first drive found trees)!Secretly, I was also hoping to spot a gator on the way round, but they must have been sleeping in.Incidently, I also played Dye's Valley the next day which is the other TPC Course at Sawgrass and thought it was just as enjoyable. Again, I had a wonderful caddy and yet managed to find the water on no less than 6 occasions! The only 17th to dread on the way around!
A must-visit venue for true golf-lovers!!
Peter (Pre 2010)

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