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World Golf Village

World Golf Village

Located in historic St. Augustine, just south of Jacksonville and 30 minutes from TPC Sawgrass, World Golf Village is the ultimate golf vacation destination.

It’s home to the World Golf Hall of Fame, where the greatest players and contributors are honored, and includes more than 70,000 square feet of displays, trophies, and personal and professional memorabilia of its more than 130 members.

World Golf Village also has a number of championship golf courses created by Hall of Fame legends, including the King & Bear co-designed hole-by-hole by Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus, and the Sam Snead and Gene Sarazen-inspired Slammer & Squire. For luxurious accommodations, there is a selection of preferred partners such as the Renaissance Resort and Grande Villas, a Bluegreen Resort.

No matter where you stay, World Golf Village offers a complete golf vacation for your family, friends, or next group outing, and is the highlight of any golfer’s visit to Northeast Florida.

LOCATION

World Golf Village

1 World Golf Place, St. Augustine, FL 32092

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