Golf course opening for members March 18

The Village's 18-hole Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course has been closed for major renovation since August, but will open again on Monday, March 18 for club members and their guests. 

For the general public, the golf course will open on April 1.

Book a tee time

Golfers can book a tee time online, or they can call (561) 691-3434.

Main entrance detour starts March 18

Also on March 18, the traffic light entrance to the Country Club at U.S. Highway 1 and Yacht Club Drive will be open only to the driving range and pool. An temporary entrance for golf and tennis will open about 100 yards to the north.

The temporary entrance can be entered only from the southbound lanes on U.S. 1, so northbound traffic will have to cross the Parker Bridge, then turn around at Golfview Road and head back south to the temporary opening.

Driving range is open

The driving range is now open, but golfers should call to confirm before coming out. The number is (561) 691-3433. The driving range and golf course are being managed from a temporary structure until the new clubhouse opens this summer. 

Pool closing April 1 for renovations 

The Village pool remains open, but it will close for renovations to the deck and pump room on April 1. It is being managed from a temporary structure until the new clubhouse opens next year. 

Tennis Center is open

The Tennis Center at the Country Club remains open to the public. If brief closures are needed during construction, notices will be posted on this webpage and in the Village’s social media. The phone number for the Tennis Center is (561) 691-3425. 

The Clubhouse rebuild

Crews demolished the Village's 55-year-old clubhouse in the summer of 2018 to begin construction of the new 37,000 square-foot clubhouse and restaurant that will open in late summer 2019. They are now constructing the new building, which will be two stories and will feature open views of the golf course and pool area.

Restaurant at the Clubhouse

The Village Council has selected Farmer's Table Boca to operate the restaurant and banquet rooms at the new clubhouse. Village staff is now in the final stages of completing a contract with the popular restaurant.

Why renovate the Country Club?

The clubhouse and pool were built for $400,000 and opened in 1963. In recent years, escalating costs of maintenance and repairs prompted the Village Council to fund construction of a new clubhouse, which will include a community room/banquet facility, restaurant, pro shop, locker rooms and storage for Village golf carts. It will cost about $18 million. 

Inconvenient, but worthwhile

The Village appreciates the patience and support of residents during this inconvenient renovation phase, but a fantastic new restaurant and Country Club will open this year that will become a great Village asset and source of community pride once complete.

Frequent updates on social media

Updates about progress at the Country Club and golf course are posted frequently on the Village's Facebook and Twitter pages at @VillageNPB, and on the Nextdoor neighborhood site, which requires an account to view.

For more information, contact:
Ed Cunningham
Communications Manager
Village of North Palm Beach
(561) 904-2138
Photo of golf ball on tee, golfer's feet with text saying Book a tee time
Future clubhouse and 1st floor construction aerial view. Pool is visible next to new clubhouse shell