The Haig Course was the first course opened for play at PGA National Resort on March 4, 1980. The course was named in honor ... More
PGA National Resort - Haig
The Haig Course was the first course opened for play at PGA National Resort on March 4, 1980. The course was named in honor of Walter Hagen. Known affectionately as "The Haig," he became an international legend through his accomplishments in golf, including five PGA of America Championships. Mr Hagen was always telling folks they should "stop and smell the roses," so as a tribute to him, rose bushes bloom at the 150 yard markers on the course. In designing the Haig Course, Tom and George Fazio's goal was to create an outstanding quality course that would be playable for all types of golfers. The major design factor relates to the location of water hazards. A careful study of the course reveals there are no crossing water hazards. This means the golfer always has the option of playing around rather than through a water hazard, eliminating a major obstacle for the high handicap golfer. The 9th and 18th Holes return to the Clubhouse area, thus enabling 9 Hole play on the course and No. 1 and No.10 Tee starts as needed.
Four story Oceanfront Motor Inn located on the southern end of Singer Island, 15 miles from Palm Beach Int'l Airport.
Amenities:Air Conditioning (In Room). Telephone. Television (Cable/Satellite). Non Smoking Rooms. Television. Daily Maid Service. Safe (In Room). Coffee Maker. ...
Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature breadsticks and one of a kind menu make them an American
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Located in West Palm Beach's Historic Old Northwood Neighborhood, this charming complex consists of rooms in the main house, a
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