PGA Golf Club - Dye Course

Links Style
Pete Dye


Be sure to experience PGA Village in Port St. Lucie, named one of the 75 Best Golf Resorts by Golf Digest. The PGA golf experience offers impeccable service, immaculate greens and incredible golf. These core-style layouts wrap golfers in 430 acres of wildlife sanctuary and offer one of Florida's most outstanding golf challenges. Greens on each course are impeccable and feature champion Ultra-Dwarf grass which is denser and more durable and provides a truer putting surface. Each course has its own distinct design, style and feel. At the 35-acre PGA Center for Golf Learning and Performance golf instruction and practice park, you can focus on each aspect of your game with top PGA Professionals. The facility includes more than 100 full-swing practice stations, 9 bunkers that simulate play, pitching and chipping practice areas, 7,000 sq. ft. USGA putting greens and much more.

The Dye Course at the PGA Village in Port St. Lucie, Florida reflects designer Pete Dye's unique and memorable style for intricate design. The Dye Course contains grass-based bunkers, vast coquina waste bunkers and pine straw roughs in order to add a complex yet stylish feel to the course. 

This links-style course winds and weaves through the “Big Mamu” Wetlands, creating an exciting challenge for any golfer willing to be tested by the Dye Course. Although a classic Florida golf course, the Dye Course reveals bits of similarities from the British Isles in order to maintain its uniqueness and character. Play the other courses at PGA Village, the Wanamaker and Ryder courses, to get the full experience that a Port St. Lucie, Florida golf vacation has to offer.