Found 85 blog entries tagged as Golf.

In early 2020, the Martin County Golf Course began renovations to the course and a name change. The new course is now called “Sailfish Sands” and the new course is going to be bolder, innovative, and more unique, nothing like any other course in Martin County.

Earlier this week, the Martin County Parks and Recreation Director announced that he went before the County Commission to update them on the progress of the massive project and to ask for additional funding. The director and course asked for $3 million dollars more which will bring the complete renovation cost to around $8 million dollars and the county approved the changes during the meeting. The county commissioners believe that the new high-end, modern facility will be a huge benefit to the…

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Miniature Golf Day is a holiday celebrated by many golf enthusiasts on September 21st every year.  The day is similar to National Miniature Golf Day which is celebrated on the second Saturday in May.

Miniature Golf Day is a day when people can go to their favorite miniature golf courses around the area and enjoy a few hours of fun. Like, many unofficial holidays, no one really knows how or when this holiday was started. Miniature golf can be traced back to the 19th century in Scotland when women began to play golf.

Golfing is a big activity in Palm Beach County and South Florida. Palm Beach County is home to more than 160 private and public golf courses and has earned the title of Florida’s Golf Capital. In addition to the golf courses, there is…

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For Golfers, Palm Beach County is knowns as Florida’s “Golf Capital” and is known for some of the best golf in the country. Palm Beach County is boasting with some of the most acclaimed golf courses and resort areas in the world. The county is home to more than 160 golf courses, both public and private, and some of the most famous courses with courses list in the “Top 100 Courses in America” and “Top Courses in Florida” are located in our area.

Many golfers are drawn to the area to play not only because of the year-round sunshine and beautiful beaches but because of the challenging and beautiful golf courses. The PGA National Tournament, The Honda Classic, is played every year at PGA National Resort and Spa located in Palm Beach Gardens

Palm Beach…

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Golfing is a popular activity for all ages here in Palm Beach County. The county is home to more than 160 golf courses both private and public and has so much golf history that Palm Beach County has earned the title as Florida’s Golf Capital.

With more the 160 golf courses to try, the area also has plenty of miniature golf courses for everyone to have a good time.  You do not have to be a great golfer, or putter, miniature golf courses are all about having a great time with family and friends.

Here are some of the best miniature golf courses in South Florida.


Golden Cub Mini Golf is an 18-hole mini golf course designed by Nicklaus Designed which is run by retired professional golfer and North Palm Beach resident Jack Nicklaus. The…

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Jupiter Hills Club, 11800 SE Hill Club Terrace, is a private club and golf course in the Village of Tequesta juts past the Palm Beach/Martin County Line.  It is conveniently located between the Intracoastal Waterway and Jonathan Dickinson State Park. It is said that Jupiter Hills “occupies some of the best topography for golf in the state, with the stretch from hole 6 through 11 and 16 through 18 serving a mix of uphill and downhill shots the likes of which most Florida courses cannot provide”.

The comedian, Bob Hope and motor industrialist, William Ford along with architect George Fazio Got together one day and concluded that Southeast Florida needed a private, exclusive golf club and the concept for Jupiter Hills Club was created. Acquiring the…

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Tiger Woods designated $83,333.00 from his Match Play earnings to Palm Beach County charity, Meals on Wheels of the Palm Beaches.  The West Palm Beach based organizations mission “is to nourish and enrich the lives of homebound seniors by delivering fresh food daily with compassion and love.  As a 501c(3) non-profit, we provide these services to those in need in Palm Beach County without any government funding.  Our program is exclusively funded by the generosity of our community including foundations, individual donors, corporate partners, special events and fundraisers.” 

With the help of many of private donors, community foundations, as well as the legendary golfer, Meals on Wheels of the Palm Beaches has raised more than $300,000 to provide…

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Whether you are a local resident or a visitor, Palm Beach County is filled with a ton of activities for you to enjoy or try. Businesses and attractions are reopening across the county with new safety guidelines and measures to help keep you safe.

Here is a ways to enjoy Palm Beach County.


Palm Beach County is home to 47 miles of Atlantic Coastline and home to 26 beaches for you to enjoy and soak up the sunshine and salty air. All non-municipal county beaches are open from sunrise to sunset with no specific restrictions other than remaining social distant and no congregating in groups more than 10 people.

Get Out on the Water:

With miles of intracoastal waterways and the ocean, the county waters are perfect to go for an afternoon…

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The Club at Ibis has a very special connection with the Jack Nicklaus family.  It is the only private country club that features three Nicklaus family designed golf courses. Additionally, Ibis Charities has donated $15,000 to the Nicklaus Children’s Health Care Foundation.  The presentation was made at the Nicklaus Children’s Hospital Outpatient Center in Palm Beach Gardens.

Ibis Golf & Country Club is a secure, gated community situated in West Palm Beach, only 7 miles west of I-95 on Northlake Boulevard. Entailing 33 distinct communities, homes within the community differ from Florida-contemporary to Mediterranean styles. Residences in Ibis Golf & Country Club rest on either a natural preserve, or golf course, and range in price from the $300's…

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Father’s Day is celebrated annual on the third Sunday in June and this year Father’s Day happens to fall on the day after the summer solstice making it officially summer.  

This upcoming Sunday is Father’s Day and we have gathered some special things for you to do this Sunday.

Get Out on the Water

Palm Beach County is home to 125 miles of tropical waterways. There is plenty of places to go fishing, boating, jet skiing, kayaking, paddle boarding, canoeing, and snorkeling in our area.

Visit the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum

Take your dad to the top of Jupiter Lighthouse and see the incredible views of the ocean, intracoastal and Jupiter.

Deep-Sea Fishing

For the fisherman, deep-sea fishing is a popular activity to do here in Palm…

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Lighthouse Cove Adventure Golf is bringing back their popular event this Thursday, June 18th. This Thursday, head to Jupiter for Birdies, Burgers and Beers event.

The fun night will be filled with mini golf, burgers and a Craft Beer Tasting from 6 pm to 9 pm. There will be local craft breweries there for you to sample some craft beers in addition to burger sliders and of course mini golf.

The event kicks off the start of the summer series at Lighthouse Cove Adventure Golf and will be every Thursday night during the summer. The event costs $40 dollars and you get 18 holes of mini golf, craft beer on and off the course and sliders with fries.

The Lighthouse Cove Adventure Golf located in Jupiter show cases two courses, Paradise Falls and the Lost…

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