We are honored to receive this recognition from Golf Digest. Given Florida’s global reputation for incredible golf, we are particularly excited to be ranked among the top courses in the state.
Jupiter, FL (PRWEB) April 09, 2015
The Loxahatchee Club’s championship course was recently recognized in Golf Digest’s 2015-2016 Best of State rankings as one of Florida’s top golf courses.
Set in Jupiter, Florida, The Loxahatchee Club is the former home course of its designer, Jack Nicklaus. He calls it, “One of my most imaginative courses and certainly one of the best I have ever done.”
The scenic, 7,147-yard layout is comprised of two nine-hole loops and is regarded for immaculate conditioning and strategic bunkering. It’s often described as a shot makers course, demanding a wide variety of shots while providing an enjoyable challenge for all skill levels. Designed with the walking golfer in mind, The Loxahatchee Club also features a nationally ranked caddie program.
The Loxahatchee Club has played host to numerous local, state and national events, including the U.S.G.A Senior Amateur Championship, NCAA Division II Championship, Florida State Amateur Championship, Florida State Mid-Amateur Championship, and the Palm Beach County Amateur Championship.
General Manager of The Loxahatchee Club, Chip Misch, commented, “We are honored to receive this recognition from Golf Digest. Given Florida’s global reputation for incredible golf, we are particularly excited to be ranked among the top courses in the state.”
ABOUT THE LOXAHATCHEE CLUB
Distinguished as a Platinum Club of America by the Club Leaders Forum, The Loxahatchee Club offers a superlative private club experience to residents of the Loxahatchee community and a select few non-resident and junior executive members. The club features an imaginative Jack Nicklaus designed 18-hole course, unparalleled practice facilities, and a full range of country club amenities—all complemented by superb service from an experienced, attentive staff. To learn more about The Loxahatchee Club, visit http://www.theloxahatcheeclub.org/ or contact the club’s Director of Membership Development, Gayle Mortimer at (561) 427-1270 or gmortimer(at)loxclub(dot)com.