Duffers will be in golf heaven when staying at the Grande Villas at World Golf Village resort in St. Augustine. The resort is home to the World Golf Hall of Fame, the PGA Tour Golf Academy, and most important, two championship 18-hole courses.
The 7,279-yard King & Bear course was designed by Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer while the 6,939-yard Slammer & Squire is named after Hall of Fame members Sam "The Slammer" Snead and Gene "The Squire" Sarazen, who consulted on the Bobby Weed-designed course.
And after hitting the links, be sure to stop by Caddyshack, the flagship restaurant of Bill Murray and his five brothers.
The resort is a modern golf-enthusiast's mecca with all sorts of on-site amenities, but just around the corner from the culture and history of downtown St. Augustine. It's a vacation destination that can satisfy everyone's tastes.
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Here's what Grande Villas at World Golf Village has to offer:
-- Country Club inspired 1- and 2-bedroom suites
-- Plenty of room for up to 4 adults and 2 children
-- Two championship 18-hole courses
-- Balconies with gorgeous golf course views
-- Full kitchens with everything necessary to prepare home cooked meals
-- DVD players to watch your favorite movies
-- Spectacular showpiece outdoor heated pool that sparkles under the Florida sun
-- Tennis courts for practicing your serve
-- Volleyball courts for setting and spiking over the net
-- Convenient access to IMAX Theatre
-- Fitness Center with a variety of equipment
St. Augustine is the Nation's Oldest City, so step back in time and let your spirit soar as you discover its historical heritage:
-- World Golf Village is a hole in one with exhibits, collections, interactive putting greens and videos that tell the history of the game
-- Tee it up and hit the links for golf, golf and more golf
-- Pamper yourself with a rejuvenating treatment at Spa Laterra
-- Climb all 219 steps of the St. Augustine Lighthouse
-- Fountain of Youth at Discovery Park
-- Fly over to Anastasia State Park and visit a protected bird sanctuary that covers 1,700 acres of all-natural beauty
-- Take a good long look at the weird, wacky and strange at Ripley's Believe It or Not! Museum
-- Scare up a good time during a ghost tour, St. Augustine is a well-known paranormal hotspot
-- With 20 stops at more than 100 places of interest, the Old Town Trolley Tours is good way to spend an hour
-- Unknown by most except for the locals, Vilano Beach offers a fishing pier, waterfront restaurants and water sports
Click here for more information or call 855.455.7509.
Tee up for a stay at St. Augustine's golf mecca
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