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|The Renaissance Resort at World Golf Village is a true golfer's paradise. (Courtesy of worldgolfrenaissance.com)|
You're looking for great golf. How would you like to play two legendary championship courses? Take lessons at a golf school acclaimed by the likes of Golfweek and The Golf Channel? And enjoy elegant accommodations in the heart of the World Golf Village, in beautiful St. Augustine, Florida?
Overlooking King & Bear - the only golf course co-designed by Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus - The Renaissance Resort at World Golf Village has lately enjoyed a $10-million transformation, making your experience even more inspiring.
With new flat-panel TVs, wet bars and refrigerators, our accommodations are unparalleled. Our new 500 South American grill restaurant offers a winning place to dine and unwind. Add the Slammer & Squire course - created by Bobby Weed with input from legends "Slammin'" Sammy Snead and Gene "The Squire" Sarazon - and the renowned PGA TOUR Golf Academy, and you're in for a real treat.
As the flagship property of the World Golf Village, the new Renaissance Resort offers guests access to the one-and-only World Golf Hall of Fame. Within the World Golf Village, you'll also find the PGA TOUR Stop - a pro shop of epic proportions - as well as award-winning dining, additional shopping and an IMAX Theater.
Here, guests discover more than just a golfer's paradise. They stay surrounded by the finest pursuits Florida has to offer, from the PGA TOUR Spa Laterra to the beaches of St. Augustine and Ponte Vedra, where they can enjoy the exclusive Serenata Beach Club. Nearby designer outlets coupled with the quaint shops and sights of downtown St. Augustine, America's oldest city, keep the whole family amused.
Call (888) 740-7020 and ask about special rates and packages, or visit www.worldgolfrenaissance.com!
April 30, 2008
The Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic will be played April 28-May 2 at Fallen Oak, the exclusive course for guests of the Beau Rivage. "This is a significant step in becoming a tier one vacation destination," says Anthony Topazi, chairman of the Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic Foundation, Inc. "I hope this is the first of many events we can have that attract people to visit the Gulf Coast for its first-class golf, fishing and gaming."
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