The four main gates into PGA National are now access controlled. These are the gates located on Ryder Cup at Northlake Blvd and at PGA Blvd; and on Avenue of the Champions at Tournament Blvd and at Avenue of the Masters. The RESIDENT’S lane is bar code activated 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. If you do not have a PGA Barcode, the Resident’s gate will not open.
Traffic entering via the VISITOR’S lane will be allowed access, without delay (after coming to a complete stop at the gate) between the hours of 6:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m. Access control procedures go into effect at 9:00 p.m. and if the PGA resident has not notified the gate that they are expecting a guest, the guard will call the owner before allowing the guest/visitor entry into PGA National. Owners/Renters who live in The Island or Preston must also call their guardhouse for their community and follow the usual access control procedures for their gate. Owners/Renters in the Eagleton/Championship communities have full 24 hour access control at their community gate. By contacting the POA, all data automatically transfers to the Eagleton/Championship gate. The PGA POA Bar code opens the Eagleton/Championship gate only if you live in that community. Residents of all other communities (such as The Island , Marlwood, etc) who have a PGA bar code cannot access the Eagleton/Championship subdivision.
Every owner and authorized renter has an “access code” that allows them to call the automated number to authorize guests. The code should not be given to anyone except the PGA National guards who use it to validate and identify the owner when they come home in someone else’s car without a bar code.
Exit gates are installed at each of the four main PGA National entry points. The exit gates are also activated from 9:00 p.m. until 6:00 a.m. to prevent vehicles from entering PGA National via the exit lanes. All drivers leaving PGA between the hours of 9:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. should come to a complete stop at the exit gate and allow the gate to open. ALL GATES CLOSE BETWEEN EACH VEHICLE; PGA POA AND ITS AGENTS AND CONTRACTORS ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR VEHICLE DAMAGE FROM GATES.
Complete information on the gate operation is available at the PGA POA office.