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Panther National, Palm Beach County’s first new private golf club community in two decades opens

The opening of Panther National in Palm Beach County marks a significant milestone as the region's first new private golf community in over 20 years. This development, a concept by Swiss entrepreneur Dominik Senn, integrates a championship golf course designed by golf legends Jack Nicklaus and Justin Thomas with a luxury residential enclave.


Panther National, Palm Beach County’s first new private golf club community in two decades opens

Located in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, Panther National features an 18-hole championship golf course, notable for its challenging elevation shifts and unique design elements, distinct in the Florida landscape. The course, playable up to 8,000 yards, is a key component of Panther National's exclusive real estate offerings, which include Signature Estate Homes and Custom Estate Homesites.


The grand opening on November 17 is celebrated with a Pro Exhibition Match showcasing PGA and LPGA Tour stars, including Panther National partner Justin Thomas. Other notable players participating are Rickie Fowler, Xander Schauffele, Morgan Hoffmann, Erik van Rooyen, and Lexi Thompson. Additionally, Panther National will unveil a team of brand ambassadors who will engage with members through various events, highlighting this exceptional golf community.



Dominik Senn highlights Panther National's location on prime land in Palm Beach County, emphasizing the development's commitment to creating a visually appealing and environmentally considerate golf course. This project aims to redefine luxury in the area, offering an unmatched experience both on and off the golf course.


The golf course itself is a collaborative effort between Nicklaus and Thomas, blending traditional and modern design philosophies. The course challenges even the most skilled players with strategic risk-reward options, while still being playable for members with its large landing areas and receptive greens. Noteworthy features include double fairways, deep bunkers, and downhill tee shots, rare in South Florida.


Complementing the golf course, Panther National offers state-of-the-art amenities, including advanced training facilities with ball tracing technology, indoor simulators, and a fitting facility with custom equipment options. The community also features a 9-hole, par-3 practice course and a putting course inspired by the Himalayas Putting Course at St. Andrews.



The residential aspect of Panther National consists of 218 custom modern estates set on approximately 400 acres adjacent to a wildlife refuge. These homes blend sleek design with environmentally sensitive engineering. The Clubhouse and Lifestyle Club add further allure with Michelin-inspired dining, fitness centers, and resort-style pools.


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