The golf course at the North Palm Beach Country Club continues to celebrate a golf legacy that began on this site almost a century ago.
Designed by famed golf course architect and engineer, Seth Raynor, in 1926, the formerly named “Palm Beach Winter Club” was meant to be a destination for prospective real estate investors and Palm Beach socialites who drove to the club or sailed up Lake Worth on their yachts.
Acquired by the Village of North Palm Beach in 1962, the course was redesigned in late 2006 and upgraded in 2019. Highlighted as one of the Florida Historic Golf Trails most notable courses, the former club and course may look a little different but is still publicly accessible today!
Inspiring players of all levels, our Jack Nicklaus Course offers a unique golf experience that honors North Palm Beach’s heritage with Nicklaus’ trademarked Signature playability.
Taking advantage of the course’s native sand dunes, he integrated strategy, variety and fair shot values into his design. According to Nicklaus, “What’s on that ground has my expression of what should be on that ground.”
Boasting elevation changes, rarely found in South Florida, this unique course design features generous fairways and undulated well-bunkered greens. In addition to the unique topography, several holes wind along the beautiful Intracoastal Waterway offering a striking contrast of painted blues and rolling terrain.
Purposefully designed to be a “thinkers” course, players will find it challenging, yet enjoyable to play. One of only two Nicklaus Signature Municipal courses in the United States, discover why the course at the North Palm Beach Country Club is considered one of the premier golf destinations in Florida.