Golf At Its Finest
Golf is the primary passion at The Loxahatchee Club. Golfers play with a satisfying combination of exuberance and dedication that is the hallmark of the Membership. The main focus of their devotion is the imaginative Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course of 7,147 yards, often described as a "shot maker's course," that golfers of all skill levels find enjoyable and challenging. Each day, members are on the links pursuing ever lower scores, while enjoying the camaraderie and laughs that come from sharing the ups and downs of the game they love.
Although homes surround the golf course, they do not line the fairways. The course is comprised of two nine-hole loops, with tees and greens very close together, made possible as there are no interior homesites.
Loxahatchee prides itself on the superior conditioning of the course, and offers an active tournament schedule for those who enjoy competition.
The Club's practice facilities allow Members to play shots toward multiple target greens, from either end of the expansive range. In addition, there is an excellent short game area and a temperature controlled, state-of-the-art learning center where a dedicated team of PGA Golf Professionals coach players of all skill levels.
The Loxahatchee Club was created out of the love of the game of golf and follows in the tradition of the finest clubs in the country. Jack Nicklaus designed the course as a "members' course," with flavorings of the olde Scottish game mingled with the finest characteristics of modern American golf.
The course was selected as the best new course by Golf Digest which also rated Loxahatchee in 1989 as one of the top 100 courses in North America.
"It's one of my most imaginative courses and certainly one of the best I have ever done." -- Jack Nicklaus