PGA National`s Champion Course Walk like the PGA Tour pros in Palm Beach Gardens

Released on = April 5, 2007, 12:57 pm

Press Release Author = GolfPublisher Syndications

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Press Release Summary = PGA National\'s Champion Course: Where Average Joes walk like
pros. Course reviews at

Press Release Body = By Chris Baldwin,
Senior Writer,
Golf Publisher Syndications

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. (April 5, 2007) - The fairways are huge, your caddie is at
your side, Florida\'s warm winter winds are whipping through a shirt that has no
chance of staying tucked and the possibilities seem endless.

Maybe a chiropractor would disagree, but you\'re certain you are standing much
straighter and taller than usual. Marching up and down the fairways of PGA
National\'s Champion Course tends to do that for a golfer.

By far the best of PGA National\'s five golf courses, Champion Course requires that
non-members use a caddie and this is one rule we can all be thankful for.

Without it, a number of players would no doubt unwittingly deny themselves one great
golfing pleasure. PGA National\'s Champion Course is a longtime setting for pro golf.
A PGA Championship and Ryder Cup Matches have been held here. Now, it\'s host to the
much less high profile Honda Classic, one of those tournaments that could be made or
broken by the participation whims of one Tiger Woods.

Regardless, it\'s a course that made for Joe Schmoes to feel like pros.

Nothing brings that sense home more than having a caddie in those distinctive white
uniforms lugging your bag around the course. You know, the bag that sometimes gets
thrown down the stairs by your kids or stuffed into the garage for months at a time.

Sure, you don\'t play like a pro. You certainly don\'t earn like a pro. You probably
can\'t even dress like a pro (thankfully if that pro\'s Sergio Garcia).

But you can walk like a pro at PGA National\'s Champion Course.

This is no minor deal. Hitting even a halfway decent shot - heck, just not tripping
when you swing - feels 10 times better when you can follow it up by handing a caddie
your club and stalk up to your next shot with your arms swinging free.

Nothing in your hands. Not a care on your mind.

\"It\'s just cool isn\'t it?\" a golfer who looked to be about 60-something chortled at
the bag drop after his round. \"I felt like I was back in grade school playing dress
up or something. The caddie makes all the difference. You feel like you\'re playing
in some tournament.

\"It\'s like you\'re some Master of the Universe.\"

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