Welcome to the PGA National community!
Whether you are new to the area or have lived in PGA for many years, you will find helpful information on this site.
PGA is a 2,340 acre community comprised of more than 40 individual neighborhood associations. Clicking this link - COMMUNITIES - will bring you to a list of the communities and access to the management company contact for each community.
The day-to-day operations are handled through the POA office on Fairway Drive by the Lang Management Company staff who report to the nine member Board of Governors. There are also a number of Committees who report to the Board. Information about the Board and the Committees can be found by clicking here for the BOARD and here for the COMMITTEES.
Within PGA National there are also four golf courses and a world class spa and hotel with several restaurants, all open to the public. Residents and non-residents can purchase a golf membership or join the Fitness Center. A link to the PGA Resort and Spa can be found to the right of this article.
There are three beautiful PARKS for the residents’ use; two have playground equipment (Burwick Park and Marlwood Park) and one has a very nice jogging trail with fitness stations (Masters Park). The Special Events Committee organizes two major events each year: The Annual Children’s Party in the Park held on the 4th Saturday in April and the Art Festival & Craft Fair held on the 2nd Saturday in December. The Children’s Party is strictly for the residents and their guests but the Arts & Crafts Festival is open to the public. Talented residents and outside artists and crafters sell their creations along the jogging trail in Masters Park while shoppers meander through booths and stroll through the various gardens.
Each of the events is summarized on this website and applications for the Art Festival & Craft Fair (held each December) can be found under the “Documents and Forms” heading. Also under this heading are a number of helpful forms for owners who plan to rent or sell a home in PGA; owners who are going away on vacation; and, of course, the complete governing documents and rules and regulations.
You should find answers to most of your questions on this site but if you need more information, please call us at (561) 627-2800. We will do our best to answer your questions or direct you to someone who can help. Thanks for visiting our website!
BARCODES AND GATES Just a reminder: If your barcode continually fails to open the gate (especially at Northlake Blvd which has the most sensitive reader) stop by the POA office with $5.00, your car, and your registration because it is probably time … [Read More...]
October 31, 2013 By Property Manager, Dawn Levinstein
Welcome Home To all of the PGA “Snow Birds” – Welcome Back! I think some of the residents are returning earlier than usual; I saw the first car carrier in October. Let me take this opportunity to remind everyone again: Please watch your speed … [Read More...]
October 1, 2013 By Property Manager, Dawn Levinstein
SALUTE! No, that isn't an invitation to raise your glass; it's a recognition of my fellow service personnel (yes, I was in the Air Force for a while). For those who haven't been paying attention, there is a very active Veteran's Committee and on … [Read More...]
It was a great year in security for PGA National. At the time this article was written, the overall major crime incidents within PGA National decreased by 44% from last year. Major crimes are classified as residential burglaries, auto burglaries and … [Read More...]
October 31, 2013 By Director of Security, Keith Echols
New Gate Procedures In last month's article I spoke about the rise in the number of guests arriving at the gates and portraying themselves as residents by presenting the officer with the resident’s security code. As the Director of Security I … [Read More...]
October 1, 2013 By Director of Security, Keith Echols
Within the past few months local media has spotlighted the rise in "crimes of opportunity" such as "sliders" at gas stations. This is where an unsuspecting customer becomes the victim of a vehicle burglary by means of the offender gaining access and … [Read More...]