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Spanning across 456 pristine acres, Old Marsh Golf Club is pleased to be recognized as a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary because of its continuous commitment to the ecosystem and environment. Old Marsh takes pride in fiercely protecting its surrounding Florida wetlands and allowing the indigenous wildlife and foliage to serve as backdrops for the both the golf course and homesites. Residents at Old Marsh greatly appreciate the nod to nature over artificial terrain.
Designed by golf architect Pete Dye, Old Marsh golf course is blend of wide fairways and narrow bunkers, mostly flanked by natural marshes and an abundance of tropical foliage. The putting greens are relatively flat with slight curvatures to keep players engaged both mentally and physically. No tee times are necessary at this traditional club, and the caddy program is widely revered as top-notch. Overlooking the ninth and eighteenth holes sits the majestic yet unpretentious clubhouse. This 30,000 square foot structure resembles an Old-world Mediterranean-style estate. The expansive porches showcase panoramic views of the greenbelt and freshwater lake and makes for an excellent alfresco dining location. Open year round, the clubhouse serves both casual and complicated cuisine fitting for any palate and preference.
Membership to Old Marsh Golf Club is by invitation-only and is capped at 300 members. This ensures that all members receive the best personal attention from staff and that the club maintains its intimate ambiance. Located on the corner of PGA Boulevard and Central Boulevard, Old Marsh Golf Club is adjacent to Old Palm Golf Club, and it is just a few miles away from BallenIsles Country Club, PGA National Resort and Golf Club, and Mirasol Country Club. Residents appreciate the close proximity to nearby restaurants such as The Cooper, Vic and Angelos, Spoto’s Oyster Bar, and Rocco Tacos. Nearby attractions include Downtown at the Gardens, the Gardens Mall, Juno Beach Pier, the Eissey Center, and Roger Dean Stadium. With both ingress and egress to I-95 and the Florida Turnpike, residents easily commute to downtown West Palm Beach, the Palm Beach International Airport, and Palm Beach Island.
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Listing information last updated on March 7th, 2021 at 8:03pm EST.