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Ponte Vedra, the northeastern part of St. Johns County adjacent to Jacksonville Beach, is a combination of ocean front luxury homes, the world-famous Tournament Player’s Championship annual golf tournament, headquarters of the PGA Tour, the home of the ATP Tennis Club, and the equally famous five diamond Ponte Vedra Inn & Club.
More land in Ponte Vedra is devoted to golf and country clubs than any other purpose. Marsh Landing Golf Course, the Tournament Players Club, Ponte Vedra Golf and Country Club at Sawgrass and Sawgrass Country Club all are found in Ponte Vedra. Ponte Vedra is also the headquarters of the PGA Tour. The Ponte Vedra Inn & Club features two golf courses including the Ocean Course; the 9th hole features the distinction of having the first island green ever built.
Intimate restaurants and boutique shops abound; everything about Ponte Vedra bespeaks of the best of year-round resort living.
Whether your choice is estate living, a comfortable gated community, no-maintenance condominium, or an ocean front home with a daily spectacular sunrise, Ponte Vedra has established itself as a Florida destination from all over the world for those seeking a substantial lifestyle.
Ponte Vedra is an area where you are never quite sure who that was you caught a glimpse of – was it one of the wealthy and famous who frequently and discreetly visit the area, or someone who lives the comfortable, everyday lifestyle of Ponte Vedra?
St. Johns County is the third wealthiest county in Florida, following closely behind the Palm Beach and Naples areas. Adjacent to Ponte Vedra further south in St. Johns County is the Guana River Wildlife Management Area, a pristine section of natural Florida.