There’s a lot going on at PGA Tour HQ in Ponte Vedra Beach. It looks like the Tour may be planning to build a boutique, five-star hotel on five parcels of land on the southern end of the property from the right of the 8th green and 17th tee to left of the 14th fairway of the Players Stadium course, totaling about 185 acres. At least that’s what a rep for the Tour revealed in a meeting with residents who wanted to know what the Tour planed to do with the land after the Tour asked for zoning waivers on undisclosed development plans, according to a report in St. Augustine Record. A new, upscale hotel, along with retail and office space, would be a welcome addition to the only hotel option available right now, the Marriott Sawgrass. Another good bit of news is that the Dye Valley Course is reopening in September after a seven-month restoration—the first since its opening in 1987. In addition to a new irrigation and drainage system, the Pete Dye/Bobby Weed design underwent reconstruction of all the green, tee, and greenside bunker complexes, as well as the replacement of fairway turf and the recapturing the original square footage of each green. The course will open for play following the season-ending Web.com Tour Championship Sept. 18-21.