With its six championship courses, PGA National is a golf lover's dream, but there's even more to this luxury community than tee times. For starters, there are 2,340 sprawling acres on which sits approximately 5,000 homes spanning 40 separate and distinct neighborhoods. Among them are modest one-bedroom condos and townhomes to grand estates and modern constructions with multiple bedrooms and baths. Unique features include infinity pools, expansive balconies, and lake and marina views.
Golf enthusiasts know that PGA National is home to “The Champion,” which hosts the Honda Classic and the famed "The Bear Trap," but there's a course for every skill level. Enjoy the entertaining "The Palmer," named after the legendary Arnold Palmer; the slightly more complex "The Fazio;" the shorter layout yet challenging mix of "The Estate;" and the recently — as of 2021 — launched match-play inspired "The Match" and "rollicking fun" "The Staple."
Complementing PGA's stunning golf courses is over 800 acres of green space dotted with lakes, cycling and jogging trails, playgrounds, parks, and a natural preserve. Amenities are equally vast and include a massive 33,000 square-foot health and racquet club that houses tennis courts, an Olympic-worthy five-lane lap pool, a state-of-the-art gym, two aerobic studios, a spin room, and an indulgent spa.
Palm Beach Gardens has no shortage of top dining establishments, but residents can experience mouthwatering options right here at PGA. Whether you're craving prime steaks at the sophisticated The Butcher's Club, an eclectic menu at the beachy cafe Honeybelle, a quick grab-and-go at The MKT, or a juicy burger at the mid-century-inspired Birdie's Diner, there's something to satisfy every craving, any time of day.
PGA is always in play when it comes to creating memorable wedding events. Vows have been exchanged from Lakeside Lawn's breathtaking landscapes to Masters Terrace’s tasteful setting to the lavish interiors of Vista, British Ballroom, and Bella Lago. For less extravagant but still important engagements, residents can take advantage of the club's sleek boardrooms and auditoriums for their business needs.
There are plenty of daytime excursions and nighttime enjoyment throughout Palm Beach for when you want to venture out. From beaches to tours of the local ecosystems and Florida Everglades, the South Florida outdoors are never dull. And within an hour's drive of PGA are the Palm Beach Zoo, Mounts Botanical Garden, and Lion Country Safari.
If you want a respite from the heat, head indoors and check out the nearby Norton Museum of Art to see the works of Picasso and Pollock, or visit the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum to tour its landmark 1860 lighthouse and exhibits. There's also iThink Financial Amphitheatre's open-air venue and Kravis Center for the Performing Arts. And don't forget about Palm Beach shopping, with sophisticated boutiques and renowned brands in no short supply at Rosemary Square, the Gardens Mall, Legacy Place, and PGA Commons. When the sun goes down, the Palm Beaches come alive with nearby Clematis Street's bevy of restaurants and bars, including the popular The Cooper Restaurant, Rocco's Tacos and Tequila Bar, and Spotos Oyster Bar.
No detail at PGA was overlooked, which extends to its abundance of activities for the resident kids. With access to many of the same pastimes as the adults — such as golf, tennis, yoga, beach volleyball, and croquet — but on a smaller scale, children experience endless amusement at PGA. They're also a stone's throw from reputable Palm Beach County Public Schools, including Timbertrace Elementary School, Watson B. Duncan Middle School, and Palm Beach Gardens High School.
With so many neighborhoods to choose from, properties to consider, and unlimited entertainment for the grownups and kiddies alike, PGA National isn't just home — it's a lifestyle.
Pga National is a single family residence community located in Palm Beach Gardens Florida with a range of options priced between $444,900 and $2,600,000. There are currently a total of 136 Homes for sale, the smallest home currently on the market is a two bedroom two bathroom residence that is 1,542 square feet (1,174SF Under Air) and the largest of the homes currently available is a five bedroom six bathroom, 6,232 square foot (5,128SF Under Air) residence. In addition there are numerous other communities in Palm Beach Gardens to choose from, or you may browse all Palm Beach Gardens Real Estate. Homes in Pga National are selling quickly, set up a new listing alert and we will notify you immediately when a new listing hits the market. Of course you can always contact your ZFC Real Estate agent who would be happy to assist you further with your search for a Home in Pga National Palm Beach Gardens.
Where you live in Palm Beach Gardens determines which public schools your children may attend, and this in turn effects real estate values. Homes in Pga National are zoned for the following Palm Beach County school districts: