Saturday, January 27, 2018

PGA National Resort & Spa Unveils its Renowned Honda Classic ‘Sneak Peek Golf Challenge’

(PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla.) – PGA National Resort & Spa – home of the PGA TOUR’s Honda Classic and former Ryder Cup venue – unveils its highly acclaimed Honda Classic “Sneak Peek Golf Challenge.”

The comprehensive package offers a “bucket list” experience which provides a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to “play where the pros play.” A limited number of golfers will tee off at the iconic Champion Course on Friday, Feb. 16, the same day that the course is turned over to the PGA TOUR for event preparation. Golfers will walk “inside the ropes,” following in the same footsteps as the game’s elite.

Starting at $1,350 (per person, double occupancy) or $1,500 (per person, single), the package also includes a PGA TOUR driving range experience, breakfast in the official Honda Classic player dining area, caddie with personalized bib, the new Callaway Rogue driver, on-course beverages and snacks, lunch, prizes, deluxe gift bag and one-night accommodations (evening of Feb. 15). Partial proceeds will support the second phase of construction for The Els Center for Excellence.

“We invite golfers to experience the thrill of a PGA TOUR-caliber course and test their skill at the legendary Bear Trap,” says Greg Saunders, Vice President, Managing Director. “Not only will participants walk The Champion days before the Honda Classic, but they will also be able to take advantage of our world-class amenities and accommodations.”

Anticipation surrounding the Honda Classic is rapidly building as Justin Thomas joins a star-studded cast competing on the Jack Nicklaus-designed layout. Since 2007, the Champion Course has been the site of many historic moments, including the first time Rory McIlroy ascended to No. 1 in the Official World Golf Ranking. Last year, Rickie Fowler claimed his fourth PGA TOUR victory at the Honda Classic by edging out Morgan Hoffmann.

To book, contact Rita Carroll at or 561.627.5105. For more information, visit

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