One of the reasons Waterfront Properties’ clients move to the northern Palm Beach County area is because of its excellent and abundant golf courses, as well as golf-course homes, and its growing celebrity-sports list.
Jupiter, Fla. (PRWEB) November 13, 2012
Champions Tour golfers and South Florida residents Bernhard Langer, Russ Cochran, Olin Browne and Mark Calcavecchia were among the participants in the season-ending Charles Schwab Cup Championship.
The tournament, which took place in Scottsdale, Ariz., at the Desert Mountain Club’s Cochise Golf Course, consisted of a field of the Tour’s top-30 money leaders, who each competed for four days in The Grand Canyon State.
Langer, 55, who owns Boca Raton real estate, finished the tournament in sixth place at five under par. He shot a final round of 65 and won $117,000
Cochran, 54, who lives in one of the many picturesque homes in Jupiter, placed seventh in the tournament and came in at one under par. His final-round score was 69, and he took home $105,000.
Tour favorite Browne, 53, a resident of Hobe Sound in southern Martin County, tied for eighth place with Corey Pavin. Browne entered the clubhouse of the Jack Nicklaus-designed links even with par, shooting a 70 in the final round. His piece of the purse was $87,500.
Another Tour favorite, Calcavecchia, shot a two-over par and tied Brad Bryant for 13th place. Calcavecchia, 52, who owns riverfront property in Tequesta, ended the tournament with a final-round score of 72 and a $57,000 payout.
The Charles Schwab Cup Championship, with its reputable $2.5 million purse, is a 12-year-old tournament that annually ends the Champions Tour season. For the winner, Tom Lehman, it was a $440,000 payday.
Waterfront Properties and Club Communities’ Realtors follow both the Champions Tour and the PGA Tour, as many of the players live in the neighborhoods the agents sell. One of the reasons Waterfront Properties’ clients move to the northern Palm Beach County area is because of its excellent and abundant golf courses, as well as golf-course homes, and its growing celebrity-sports list. The Palm Beach Post has coined the county the new world golf capital.