PGA Resort is the centerpiece of a 2,340-acre resort/residential development in Palm Beach Gardens, roughly six miles inland from the Atlantic Coast. Although as the name suggests, the resort reserves its greatest enthusiasm for golf—it has five courses, one of them the site of the PGA's Honda Classic—it also encompasses an impressive 33,000-square-foot sports and racquet complex, a spa with 33 treatment rooms, a 339-room hotel, several swimming pools, and half a dozen restaurants and bars.
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Pro Shop: 561-627-4444
With 19 courts, PGA National has one of the largest resort complexes along the Miami-Boca Raton-Palm Beach corridor. Of even greater importance, however, is between hotel guests and the 400+ local members these courts get used. Some 18 USTA league teams, ranging from 2.5 to 5.0, play out of here and the facility hosts large national junior events like the "Little Mo" tournament.
Tennis Staff. Racquet sports director, Alexandru Pop-Moldovan, former professional and coach on the ATP Tour and pickleball professional, has been at the resort for three years. He and his dedicated professional staff provide the club's members and hotel guests with a variety of programs for racquet sports. Those include daily clinics, weekly social round robins, private lessons, as well as custom-designed racquet events for groups and teams. The resort also offers pickleball and POP tennis. Court Complex. There are 16 Har-Tru courts (11 with lights) and 12 pickleball courts. These have been arrayed on three sides of the Sports and Racquet Club, which also contains the expansive racquet-sports pro shop.
PGA National Resort & Spa
400 Avenue of the Champions