How you can play TPC Sawgrass just a couple days after The Players

February 07, 2023


Golf fans don’t often get a chance to play the same course the pros did just days after one of the biggest tournaments of the year. But that’s exactly the type of opportunity being offered by Premier Golf, a bespoke travel company that has multiple packages around this year’s Players Championship.

As part of both offers, golfers will be able to play TPC Sawgrass’ Stadium course just a few days after the conclusion of the 2023 Players—with all the hospitality tents still standing—to get the full stadium-golf experience. You’d also stay at the Sawgrass Marriott, which is where many players and their families stay the week of the Players, located steps from the Stadium course.

There are four- or five-night options, starting at $4,165 (per person). The price also includes VIP passes to the company’s hospitality suite right on the iconic 17th hole on Sunday. Golf is also included at TPC Sawgrass’ sister course, Dye Valley, as well as the Slammer and the Squire courses at the World Golf Village.

For more information, check out the packages here—or call a direct line: 866-580-0885.

TPC Sawgrass: Stadium
TPC Sawgrass: Stadium
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL
TPC’s stadium concept was the idea of then-PGA Tour commissioner Deane Beman. The 1980 design was pure Pete Dye, who set out to test the world’s best golfers by mixing demands of distance with target golf. Most greens are ringed by random lumps, bumps and hollows, what Dye calls his "grenade attack architecture." His ultimate target hole is the heart-pounding sink-or-swim island green 17th, which offers no bailout, perhaps unfairly in windy Atlantic coast conditions. The 17th has spawned over a hundred imitation island greens in the past 40 years. To make the layout even more exciting during tournament play, Steve Wenzloff of PGA Tour Design Services recently remodeled several holes, most significantly the 12th, which is now a drivable par 4.
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