The overall experience was a bit distorted by the fact that it rained like there was no tomorrow for most of the round. Excluding that, it was a very positive experience, the booking process is easy and can be done online, the price per round for one person was 600$, while I know that is in the rage you would usually expect the top courses to be, I comparatively, it is on…
Beaucoup trop cher avec l’obligation de prendre une voiturette ou un caddie ce qui peut ne pas être genial. Le parcours est un Dye donc du coup très difficile avec une fin cependant iconique et notamment le green en ile. Streamsong qq heures au sud offre une bien meilleure alternative!
The Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass was built in 1982 to host THE PLAYERS Championship and be the permanent Home of THE PLAYERS Championship. As the first true “Stadium Course,” it was designed to improve the overall on-site fan experience. Pete Dye created a course design that favored no particular player or style of play. The result is a truly balanced course. Players find a selection of short, medium and long holes within the categories of par-3s, par-4s and par-5s; both right and left doglegs; and a course routing laid out so no two consecutive holes ever play in the same direction.
With the same standards of excellence found at The Stadium Course, but a quieter, unassuming feel, Dye’s Valley Course rounds out a complete experience at TPC Sawgrass. Many players welcome the “respite” of this golf course after a round on The Stadium Course, which was built to test the fortitude of PGA TOUR professionals. Seasoned and casual golfers can benefit from the design of this golf course with wider fairways and larger greens. This is still a challenging golf course as water comes into play on 14 holes. There is even a chance for the long hitters to potentially reach some of the par 5 holes in two. Golfers will also enjoy a less-crowded golf course, and likely a faster round, as well on Dye’s Valley Course.