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Old Palm Golf Club epitomizes a “Life Well-Lived.”

March 12, 2015

Sales in Old Palm Golf Club continue to surge, and it’s no wonder. With limited inventory in certain neighborhoods, brand-new models throughout and highly positive word of mouth, homebuyers know that now’s the time to purchase the home of their dreams in Old Palm.

But the allure isn’t only a result of the residences, which are magnificent, of course. Old Palm’s appeal goes even deeper and involves the extraordinary lifestyle behind the community’s entry gates. Old Palm members truly enjoy a “Life Well-Lived,” which is why it is known as the premier private Club community in the Palm Beaches.

“The decision to live here often starts with the home, but the attraction of Old Palm really extends beyond bricks and mortar to embrace every aspect of the lifestyle—and they’re all wonderful,” says Connie McGinnis, Director of Sales. “We are continually evaluating the community to ensure that we offer the gold standard, whether it be in construction, golf, amenities or lifestyle. We cherish tradition, yet we always keep an eye on the future.”

For instance, new models are constantly being introduced in all four neighborhoods within Old Palm, so there is always an exceptional selection of residences from South Florida’s finest independent builders to attract a variety of buyers. The models are appealing on so many levels that they often sell from floor plans alone, long before the models are finished.

Then there is the golf, which is so magnificent that PGA Tour and European Tour stars such as Charl Schwartzel, Louis Oosthuizen and Lee Westwood now live at Old Palm.

The community has always been synonymous with golf, a tribute to the legendary Raymond Floyd who designed the spectacular golf course and its devilish 19th or bye hole. A resident of Old Palm and Honorary Club Chairman, Floyd served as Vice Captain for the U.S. team in the 2014 Ryder Cup, as well.

Another major draw for golfers is Old Palm’s Golf Studio, a remarkable practice area with indoor and outdoor facilities so complete that golfers can replicate every shot that they may encounter on the course. A game-improvement enthusiast’s dream, the Golf Studio houses three practice holes, a double-ended range, V-1 equipped hitting bay with TrackMan technology, short game area and putting green.

Add the No Tee Time policy, which allows members to play whenever they wish, and it’s easy to see why golfers are so attracted to Old Palm. And if they need help with their games, Old Palm’s Director of Instruction is Mark Hackett, who has been honored as one of America’s Top 100 Instructors every year since 2009.   

The social aspect is equally impressive as it centers around the Club, the heart and soul of Old Palm. It is a welcome blend of tradition and contemporary luxuries that feel like home. Designed to mirror the intimate scale of a Palm Beach estate, the Mediterranean-style Club encourages members to mingle in its casual, pleasantly understated atmosphere.

The dining venues and inspired menus are equally exquisite, yet without even a hint of stuffiness. To enhance the setting, a thread of impeccable, genuinely caring service follows members throughout the Club, but especially in the dining venues. Besides enjoying the main dining room, members are welcome to host parties in the private wine room and dine in the grill rooms in the Men’s and Ladies Lounges. Additionally, anything on the menu can delivered to members’ homes.

The Club offers so many amenities and activities that members can always find something extraordinary to do. Members may be found indulging in spa treatments such as stress-relieving massages, aromatherapy body wraps and exuberant mineral scrubs for women and men. There is a superb fitness center with advanced equipment for working out and classes ranging from Pilates to Zumba to muscle-toning ballet barre.

The activities run the gamut from festive parties to elegant luncheons to rousing Pub Nights for adults with diversions like bungee-jumping for children on the adjacent lawn. Events may range from a Yappy Hour Dinner for the family canine to a Country-Western Theme Night Dinner Dance. That’s the beauty of the social scene at Old Palm—whatever the members’ interests, passions or ages, there’s an activity to match.

“The Club is a reflection of our members’ desire to engage in a lifestyle that’s fun and fulfilling,” says Darlene Impellittiere, General Manager. “The Club also offer concierge services that provide members with highly individualized attention to satisfy requests that may be out of the ordinary. Whatever members want, it’s attainable.”

Indeed, Old Palm is exceptional throughout and epitomizes a “Life Well-Lived.” Even the location of Old Palm is ideal. It’s in the heart of Palm Beach Gardens with close proximity to a wealth of luxuries, fine shopping and conveniences, including members’ access to a private beach club.

Old Palm Golf Club stands alone as the premier private Club community in the Palm Beaches, with new estate homes ranging in price from $1.5 million to $15 million. Isle Estates, Old Palm’s newest neighborhood, has been open for approximately a year and the response has been overwhelmingly positive for this new collection of coastal-style homes.

Additionally, Old Palm is near both Palm Beach International Airport and North County General Aviation Airport, which accommodates private aircraft. Old Palm is being developed by Clarion partners, a leading real estate investment firm with more than $25 billion in assets under management.

To arrange for a personal tour of Old Palm, call (888) 878-6277. 11089 Old Palm Drive, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. www.OldPalmGolfClub.com/post


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