Honda re-ups with PGA National for 4 years
- By Golf Channel Digital
- Jan 8, 2013 1:40 PM ET
The Honda Classic will remain at PGA National Resort & Spa in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., for at least the next four years, the tournament announced Tuesday.
“We feel like we have the best venue on the PGA Tour,” Honda Classic executive director Kenneth R. Kennerly said in a release. “The move to PGA National has allowed the Honda Classic to emerge as one of the top events of the year. The players love the course and enjoy their time in Palm Beach County, which is evidenced by the number of top players who continue to move to this area. We are excited that we will be able to stay at PGA National as we move into the future.”
Recently, PGA National underwent a $100 million renovation that included floor-to-ceiling makeovers over its 379 rooms and a new bar and grill called “Bar 91,” among other upgrades.
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