If you’re living in Florida and sitting on a small fortune, this might be the golf club for you. With a course designed by Jack Nicklaus and Justin Thomas—perhaps you’ve heard of them—and over 200 multi-million-dollar homes, Panther National is in line to become one of the boutique courses in the Sunshine State.

Of course, there’s a pro shop, gym, indoor golf facility, spa, lifestyle club and pool on the premises, but the golf’s definitely the draw … especially if you’re on this website. The 18-hole, links-style Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course is adjoined by a nine-hole par-3 course, a one-acre putting course and a practice area to get your game in shape.

Panther National

If you want to join, club memberships start with an initial $500,000 payment and an annual fee of around $30k. If you’re a Panther National homeowner, however, that first expenditure is just $400,000. Frank Weed, CEO of Panther National, said that they’ve sold about $300 million in real estate so far, with some celebrities buying in. If you want to run into those stars on the course, take out that chequebook (and a mortgage).

The land was originally very flat, but the team added 50-foot-plus elevations throughout the course to challenge its golfers and create a more beautiful setting. Principal architect Nicklaus and team had over 400 acres to play with and ended up with a 7,864-yard course if you decide to play from the stylized “JT” monogrammed far-back tees. There are also six other sets of tees for us plebians, down to 4,500 yards.

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