_PGA Village, FL features an Audubon-approved course.
_We are pleased to announce the addition of PGA Village to the WaterViewHome Network. Opened in 1996, the PGA Golf Club in PGA Village, Port St. Lucie, Florida, is an ecologically sensitive, 430-acre club. Its golf course was the fifth in the world to receive Audubon's "Signature Status" award for wildlife conservation, habitat enhancement, energy efficiency and water conservation.
Just 40 minutes north of West Palm Beach and 90 minutes south of Orlando, PGA Village is the 2,700-acre home of The Professional Golfers' Association (PGA) featuring three golf courses, an innovative learning facility and distinctive neighborhoods dedicated to carefree living.
PGA Village is the result of a successful partnership between The PGA of America and Kolter Property Company, an international real estate developer renowned for environmental sensitivity, architectural excellence and construction **quality.
One of Golf’s Great Brand Names: The only golf facility built, owned and operated by The PGA of America, The PGA Golf Club offers 54 championship holes designed by Tom Fazio and Pete Dye, a 6-hole short course and a 35-acre PGA Learning Center.
Real Estate: PGA Village
*Neighborhoods will be home to 2,400 residences at build-out
*Home styles offer wide options
*Choose from single-family residences, townhomes, custom estates
*Mainstreet Village, featuring shops, restaurants and boutiques
*Prices range from the $200,000s to more than $1 million
*Click here for more information about PGA Village!