JUPITER, Fla. (PRWEB) July 04, 2012
After a late duel with Bo Van Pelt in the sweltering heat, Tiger Woods clinched the win at the AT&T National in Bethesda, Md., finishing eight under par with a final-round score of 69.
Woods, who lives on Jupiter Island in Martin County, Fla., comes home with his 74th win on the PGA Tour – more than the legendary Jack Nicklaus, also a resident of the new "golf capital" of the United States.
The win is the third of the year for Woods -- more than any other tour player in 2012 – and it propelled him to the top of the FedExCup Standings for the first time in three years.
Woods’ presence has become known throughout South Florida, especially in northern Palm Beach County where he occasionally can be seen in the local Starbucks. He participated for the first time this Spring in The Honda Classic at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens. His estate, one of many gorgeous homes on Jupiter Island, spans bay to beach and includes a three-hole golf course.
Jupiter Island is a beautiful barrier island that runs from the Jupiter / Tequesta area in northern Palm Beach County to Hobe Sound in southern Martin County and boasts some of the best waterfront property for sale in South Florida, The oceanfront homes face sandy beaches and sparkling waves, and the Intracoastal Waterway homes face an active boating channel with a popular sandbar and views of the sunset.
Waterfront Properties and Club Communities specializes in residential sales on Jupiter Island and in several other northern Palm Beach County areas, including the seaside town of Juno Beach, cosmopolitan Palm Beach Gardens and the quiet village of North Palm Beach. For information, call 561-746-7272 or visit http://www.waterfront-properties.com.