The TPC Sawgrass golf complex opened in 1980 and was the first of the PGA Tour’s Tournament Players Club (TPC). The complex features two courses as well as the headquarters of the PGA Tour.
The Stadium Course was originally built to host one of the PGA Tour’s flagship events, The Players Championship – an event it has hosted since 1982. The course is one of the most difficult in world golf and its 17th hole is one of the most recognised in golf, known as the “Island Green”.
Dye’s Valley Course opened in 1987, named after its designer Pete Dye. The course has hosted several events, including the Korn Ferry Tour Championship between 2013 and 2015.
Par: 72 (Stadium Course) & 72 (Dye’s Vallet Course)
Location & Travel to TPC Sawgrass
TPC Sawgrass is located in Ponte Vedra Beach, approximately 18 miles south east of downtown Jacksonville in the state of Florida.
Airport – Jacksonville International Airport is the closest airport, approximately 36 miles north of the golf course and largely offering domestic flights across the United States. The much larger Orlando International Airport is 150 miles to the south.
Driving & Parking – From Jacksonville International Airport, take I-95 S towards Jacksonville and merge on to I-295 S. Take exit 53 to 202/JTB and exit right at SR-A1A S. Turn right at PGA TOUR Blvd, head further down passing Sawgrass Marriott Resort and Spa on the left before reaching the course. During the tournament, guests must purchase an on-site parking pass starting at $40 and available to purchase through the official website here.
Where to stay in Jacksonville
Playing at TPC Sawgrass
To book your tee time and to check prices click here.