PGA Golf Club's Dye Course reopens Nov. 25

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The greens on the course have been regrassed, and fresh sand has been added to fairway and greenside bunkers.
The greens on the course have been regrassed, and fresh sand has been added to fairway and greenside bunkers.

The PGA Golf Club's Dye Course in Port St. Lucie is set to reopen on Nov. 25 following a multimillion-dollar makeover that club officials said will enhance year-round playability and overall appeal.

All 18 greens, collars, fairways and bunker faces at the Port St. Lucie course have been regrassed; fresh sand has been added to fairway and greenside bunkers; and putting surfaces have been expanded to their original sizes, revealing pin placements players have not seen in years. "The Dye will be in the best shape since it opened in 2000," said Dick Gray, PGA Golf Club head superintendent.

To celebrate its grand reopening, the PGA Golf Club is offering a $55 all-day rate to play the Dye Course from Nov. 25 to 27. Golfers teeing it up that weekend will receive a coupon to play for the same rate through the holiday season, Dec. 19 to Jan. 2.

For more information visit pgavillage.com.

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