Jacksonville, St. Augustine, Palm Coast Golf Packages
Commonly Asked Questions
Yes, it is. To play any of the Sawgrass golf courses, especially TPC Sawgrass Stadium Course, golfers must be guests of the resort.
No, there is no minimum night stay requirement to play the Stadium Course.
TPC Sawgrass Stadium Course typically closes down one month prior to the tournament, which is normally held in mid-March. So, from around mid-February through until mid-March when the tournament has ended, the course is closed to the public.
Golfers have access to TPC Sawgrass Stadium Course and Sawgrass Dye Valley Course.
Yes, the Stadium Course is cart path only year-round.
No, walking caddies or forecaddies are not required at any of the Sawgrass courses. The forecaddie fee is included in our package prices, which is not reduced if golfers don’t take one. Suggested gratuity for a forecaddie, paid in cash at the end of the round, is $30 per golfer. Walking caddie fees for the Stadium course are $110 per golfer for a single bag caddie and $70 per golfer for a double bag walking caddie. Suggested gratuity is $50 per golfer, paid in cash at the end of the round.
Absolutely, we do that all the time. Great courses to add onto Sawgrass packages that already included TPC Sawgrass Stadium Course and Sawgrass Dye Valley are both golf courses at World Golf Village—King & Bear and Slammer & Squire, as well as St. John’s Country Club and The Golf Club of South Hampton.
Jacksonville International Airport (JAX) is the closest major airport, approximately 35 miles.