Country Club and golf course temporarily closed, but Pool,  driving range and tennis courts are open

The North Palm Beach Country Club, including the Jack Nicklaus Signature 18-hole golf course, is closed for a major renovation.

Crews have demolished the 55-year-old clubhouse to begin construction of a new 37,000 square-foot clubhouse and restaurant that will open in late summer of 2019. 

On the golf course, workers are planting new sod. The golf course will re-open in December this year after the new grass has successfully taken root. In the meantime, the driving range remains open to the public. 

Also, the Village pool remains open while the clubhouse reconstruction work is in progress. It and the driving range are being managed from temporary structures until the new clubhouse opens next year. 

Additionally, the Tennis Center at the Country Club remains open to the public. If brief closures to the tennis courts or driving range are needed during construction, notices will be posted on this web page and in the Village’s social media. 

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. 

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

For more information, contact:
Ed Cunningham
Communications Manager
Village of North Palm Beach
(561) 904-2138