BallenIsles resident Bruce Fleisher competed in this year’s Boeing Classic and came in 37th place with a two-under, final-round score of 70.
Jupiter, Fla. (PRWEB) August 29, 2012
The defending champion of the 2011 Boeing Classic -- and the fourth-place finisher at the tournament Aug. 26 -- Mark Calcavecchia is one of many Champions Tour golfers who live in Waterfront Properties and Club Communities’ back yard.
Calcavecchia owns riverfront property in Tequesta, an area that spans both Palm Beach and Martin counties and offers homes for sale in Rolling Hills, Turtle Creek and other desirable neighborhoods. The 52-year-old shot an eight-under par and finished with a final-round score of 70, tying Michael Allen.
Another Palm Beach County resident, Bernhard Langer, tied for 11th place with a final-round score of 69. Langer, 54, lives in beautiful Boca Raton, a city renowned for its beaches, culture and nightlife. The 54-year-old pro shot a three-under par and shared the winnings with Mike Goodes, Steve Pate, John Cook, Joel Edwards and Mike Reid.
BallenIsles resident Bruce Fleisher competed in this year’s Boeing Classic and came in 37th place with a two-under, final-round score of 70. The high-end Palm Beach Gardens community Fleisher calls home offers three championship golf courses and a variety of BallenIsles homes for sale, including single-family residences and grand estates. The 63-year-old golfer tied Dan Forsman, Jim Thorpe, Olin Browne, Peter Senior, Chein Soon Lu, Hale Irwin, Tom Pernice Jr., Joey Sindelar and Brad Faxon.
Browne, a Champions Tour favorite, lives in the picturesque city of Hobe Sound. Hobe Sound is filled with a mix of newer and older homes that sit on the Intracoastal Waterway, or near the national wildlife refuge, and offer a bucolic lifestyle.
The 53-year-old golfer shot a final-round score of 74 and finished at even with par.
P.H. Horgan III, 52, who lives in West Palm Beach, shot a 71 in the final round and finished at six over par to nail 63rd place. West Palm Beach, considered to be the Palm Beach County seat, is a short distance south of Jupiter-Tequesta area and is home to the nationally acclaimed Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, a vibrant downtown scene and a waterfront amphitheater.
Lance Ten Broeck, 56, of Singer Island resident, tied Andrew Magee for 68th, finishing at eight over par with a final-round score of 70. Singer Island condos for sale are among the hottest of properties for buyers, as they offer endless views of the ocean and strand.
For information about purchasing properties in any of the communities mentioned above, call 561-746-7272.