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TPC Sugarloaf

Sign up now! Limited spots available for our Junior Member Clinic Series on Feb 23! This week's focus: Driving 🏌

These clinics are a great way for junior golfers to learn the fundamentals, improve their skills and develop a lifelong love of the game! #growthegame #juniorgolf
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Sign up now! Limited spots available for our Junior Member Clinic Series on Feb 23! This weeks focus: Driving 🏌

These clinics are a great way for junior golfers to learn the fundamentals, improve their skills and develop a lifelong love of the game! #growthegame #juniorgolf

3 days ago

TPC Sugarloaf

New to golf or want to learn more about the game? We have an exciting new program to offer our members!

Join us for a 5-week "Sips & Tips" Ladies Golf Clinic Series, starting March 1st! Each lesson will conclude with a specialty cocktail! #membershipperks #playtpc
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7 days ago

TPC Sugarloaf

Valentine’s Day just got sweeter with a chance to win a $150 TPC Gift Card! Show your golf game some love. ❤️❤️❤️
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Valentine’s Day just got sweeter with a chance to win a $150 TPC Gift Card! Show your golf game some love. ❤️❤️❤️
Enter now: https://goo.gl/T1K8nr

7 days ago

TPC Sugarloaf

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Show your game some love today! ❤️⛳️ #HappyValentinesDay

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TPC Sugarloaf

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an award-winning greg norman design

Greg Norman – TPC Sugarloaf Architect

During his prolific 30-plus year-career as a touring professional, Australian Greg Norman distinguished himself as one of the best players in the history of the game. He learned to play golf at the age of 16 while caddying for his mother, and two years later had become a scratch golfer. It took just four tournaments for Norman to win his first professional title, eventually amassing 20 PGA TOUR, including two majors, and more than 69 international tournaments; spending 331 consecutive weeks as the number one player in the world; and becoming the first player to surpass the $12 million mark in PGA TOUR career earnings.

Selected as Captain of the International team competing in the prestigious 2009 Presidents Cup, Norman’s experience playing many of the world’s greatest golf courses spawned his interest in golf course design and led to the establishment of Greg Norman Golf Course Design (GNGCD) in 1987. Since that time, GNGCD has designed more than 70 distinct golf courses on six continents, many of which have hosted sanctioned events on the PGA TOUR, Nationwide, European and Australian Tours. While each project is unique, Norman strives to create courses that are efficient, environmentally sensitive, sustainable, blend naturally with their surroundings, and provide a playable and memorable experience.

During construction of TPC Sugarloaf, Norman’s first course in the U.S., he made more than 30 visits to the site to ensure every detail met his exacting expectations. The design of the course – not to mention the significant acclaim that has followed since its opening in 1997 – speaks for itself. Most important to Norman was the preservation of the green sites, which include sizeable putting surfaces measuring approximately 6,000 square feet, and runoff areas that penalize poor approach shots – a feature that makes great championship courses like TPC Sawgrass and Augusta National so difficult, and yet so revered.

“The final walk-through of the property told us we had something special,” said Norman. “It’s a magnificent property…the undulations, streams, and the pines, the feel of the terrain reminded me very much of Augusta. The land flowed. And the corridors were just there, which was probably the most important element we wanted to accomplish.”