Ponte Vedra Inn & Club introduces croquet lawn and bocce court

Ponte Vedra Inn & Club combines classic European leisure, nostalgia and friendly competition with the debut of the new croquet lawn and bocce court for resort guests and members, among other additions in time for a summer of luxury.

The new facility has a tournament-style lawn with two golf croquet courses, each for up to four players. The perfectly maintained greens resemble the TifEagle Ultradwarf bermudagrass putting greens. Whether you choose traditional white attire or casual resort attire and soft-soled shoes, the playing experience is sure to bring out the competitive side of both participants and spectators.

The seaside town of AAA Five-Diamond is an idyllic setting for these two classic and varied lawn sports. This new resort amenity was part of a recent series of upgrades, including the renovation of the Ocean Course and golf practice facilities, along with the addition of the Peyton House and Ocean House, oceanfront rooms and suites, which opened in Fall 2020.

The sport of croquet dates back to the Middle Ages and was part of the 1900 and 1904 Summer Olympics, while boules has its origins in the Roman Empire. Since 2020, nostalgic activities and limited contact sports such as croquet and bocce are popular among all age groups.

According to high-end British department store John Lewis & Partners, purchases of garden croquet sets are up 600%.


Ponte Vedra Inn & Club guests can choose from several special packages this summer, including a romantic offer that’s perfect for Mother’s Day, Father’s Day or whenever you want, as well as daily children’s summer camps for parents who want some alone time. while you are on vacation.

Ponte Vedra Inn & Club offers guests and members a world of oceanfront elevated accommodations, combined with gracious, attentive service, fine dining and endless leisure, health and wellness activities.

Ponte Vedra Inn & Club spans over 300 acres, nestled between the ocean, lagoon, and nature, providing instant access to seemingly endless exploration, recreation, and relaxation.

Recognized by Conde Nast Traveler in the 2020 Readers’ Choice Awards as the best resort in Northeast Florida and sixth overall in Florida, Forbes Travel Guide also recommends Ponte Vedra Inn & Club as one of the top 15 newly renovated hotels to stay at. visit in 2021.

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