Golf Tour 2018

Welcome to Golf Tour 2018!

Golf Tour 2018 is a blog about golf tourism, resorts, and its iconic personalities. We aim to provide the most detailed and relevant content for our readers who are looking for information about golfing and its surrounding areas.

Our team visits local golfing destinations across the world to compile a list of resorts, hotels, restaurants and other attractions that will be useful for your next trip.

We strive to cover all aspects of the golfing industry, ranging from equipment to programs offered by various organizations.

Whether you are looking for museums or beaches, we have got you covered with our detailed itineraries.

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The World Golf Village (WGV) is an award winning golf resort community located in St. Johns County, Florida; just south of Jacksonville and north of St. Augustine. Home to the World Golf Hall of Fame, the WGV offers a variety of real estate options including single family homes and condos located within a 5 minute walk to the World Golf Hall of Fame. The WGV is also home to two championship courses designed by Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer.

Properties within the WGV are zoned for some of the most desirable schools in Northeast FL, including top rated Nease High School and Pacetti Bay Middle School. Incorporated into the WGV are over 100 acres dedicated to parks and trails, making it an ideal community for families and anyone looking for an active lifestyle.

The World Golf Village is located directly off of I-95, with easy access to all points north and south. The Jacksonville International Airport (JAX), downtown Jacksonville, and area beaches are all within a 30 minute drive of the WGV.

World Golf Village (WGV) is a golf resort and residential community located in St. Johns County, Florida, United States, just south of Jacksonville. The 2,200 acres (890 ha) development is centered on the World Golf Hall of Fame, which opened in 1998. The complex includes two championship golf courses (the King & Bear and Slammer & Squire), the World Golf Village IMAX Theater, hotels, restaurants and a convention center. The community is the headquarters for the PGA Tour and LPGA.

The World Golf Village is a golf resort in St. Johns County, Florida, United States, located between Jacksonville and St. Augustine. It is home to the World Golf Hall of Fame.

The resort features two championship golf courses (King & Bear and Slammer & Squire) and a 6-hole short course (Loop). The King & Bear is a collaboration between Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus and is the only course in the world on which they partnered.

World Golf Village Resort and Convention Center is a golf resort in St. Augustine, Florida, United States. It contains the World Golf Hall of Fame, a museum and hall of fame for the sport of golf. It was built on land that used to be the World Woods Golf Club and still contains two championship 18 hole golf courses – The King & Bear and Slammer & Squire.

The resort has hosted the PGA Tour’s Players Championship tournament annually since 2007 at TPC Sawgrass, located nearby in Ponte Vedra Beach. The idea for the World Golf Village was conceived in 1990 by Hall of Fame members Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer who were playing a round at Bay Hill Club.[1]

The idea later evolved into the World Golf Foundation, which was incorporated in 1992 with the intent of building appropriate facilities and raising funds to create a permanent home for the World Golf Hall of Fame.

The World Golf Village is a golf resort in St. Johns County, Florida, United States, located between Jacksonville and St. Augustine. It is home to the World Golf Hall of Fame.

The Hall of Fame was originally to be built in Pinehurst, North Carolina. Ground was broken there, but Pinehurst’s plan for the Hall of Fame to be its tourist anchor did not come to fruition as planned and the project went bankrupt. The hall of fame relocated on property adjacent to the TPC at Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. In 1993, the PGA Tour purchased the adjoining Sawgrass Marriott Golf Resort & Spa and renamed it the PGA TOUR Headquarters Hotel.

In the late 1800s, the Scottish sport of golf was taking off in the United States. The problem was that the best courses were located far away from most people, and traveling to them was difficult. To solve this problem, railroad companies began constructing luxury resorts near their tracks. This made it easier for people to travel to these courses and enjoy a vacation at the same time.

In 1895, John D. Rockefeller built The Stanwich Club, one of the first golf clubs in America. It sat along a riverbank in Greenwich, Connecticut, and had a nine-hole course designed by Charles Blair Macdonald. After playing there, Rockefeller said that “golf is a good walk spoiled.”

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