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Westwood Shakes Up His Life in Search of a Major Title
April 09, 2013
PALM BEACH GARDENS, FLORIDA — Lee Westwood may have moved to the United States, but you can’t take the British out of the boy, and Westwood has treated himself to a Bentley Continental convertible. It’s a comfortable way for the 39-year-old pro from Worksop, England, to explore his new confines in South Florida. Westwood has set up camp inside the ritzy gates of Old Palm Golf Club, where he has practiced with reckless abandon.
Louis Oosthuizen,Too! PBG’s The Rage For Honda Classic Stars!
April 02, 2013

Jot down South African Louis Oosthuizen as another big deal PGA golfer in The Honda Classic who just moved to Palm Beach Gardens! Gossip Extra found out the 30-year-old Ooshuizen, runner-up at last year’s Masters, has just plunked down $1.25 million for a four-bedroom Mediterranean pad in the Old Palm Golf Club community.

Old Palm Golf Club a haven for PGA Tour pros in Palm Beach Gardens
April 01, 2013

The Florida Swing just wrapped up, one of the best times of year on the PGA Tour in our biased opinion. Or as an increasing number of players call it – home-game month. Dozens of stars hang their hats full-time in The Sunshine State, with many settling in a corridor of South Florida from Jupiter to Palm Beach. Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods reside in lavish mansions and recently played a friendly round at The Medalist Golf Club in Hobe Sound when they had an unexpected free Sunday.

Old Palm Golf Club in Palm Beach Gardens
March 29, 2013
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. - From Palm Beach Island to Boca Raton, there is a plethora of high-end addresses in Palm Beach County. Old Palm Golf Club here in Palm Beach Gardens tops them all. For proof, check out some of its famous residents and members. They include major golf champions Louis Oosthuizen, Charl Schwartzel and Darren Clarke, as well as Lee Westwood, probably the best player today who has not won a major title.
Fit to a Tee: Tour Elite Call Old Palm Golf Club Home
March 22, 2013

Dozens of PGA Tour players have chose to call the small stretch of the Sunshine State between Jupiter and West Palm Beach home in recent years. The world's most exclusive golf address provides a convenient location to lessen the burden of a demanding tour schedule and an opportunity to practice 52 weeks a year in the warm Florida sunshine.  


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