First PGA Village Outside the U.S. Breaks Ground in The Bahamas

The PGA of America and the partners of Cat Island Partners Ltd. broke ground last week for the first-ever PGA Village to be developed outside of the U.S. The official groundbreaking took place on Cat Island in The Bahamas.


PGA Village Cat Island Groundbreaking with Ron Vick; Joe Steranka, CEO PGA of America; Jim Remy, President PGA of America; Rt. Hon. Prime Minister Hubart Ingraham; David Southworth; Heath Shelton and Rick Scott

PGA Village, The Bahamas will feature a Rees Jones-designed championship golf course, PGA-branded Golf Cottages, a Golf Clubhouse, a PGA Learning and Performance Center, PGA Historical Center and the first phase of the village. Construction of the PGA Village The Bahamas has begun and is expected to take 24-36 months.

The waterfront property sits on 1,906 acres of Bahamian land and includes over two miles of beachfront. Located 325 miles southeast of Miami and 130 miles southeast of Nassau/Paradise Island, Cat Island is the sixth-largest island in the Bahamas and features the highest elevations in all of the Bahamas.

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