Tournament Caliber... right outside your door
As an Owner at Timbers Jupiter, your home course is the 18-hole, 7,531-yard, Audubon-certified Jack Nicklaus’ Signature Golf Course at Trump National Golf Club Jupiter. Ranked #1 Golf Course in 2014 by the South Florida Business Journal, the course is always manicured to absolute tournament quality conditions.
Favorite Nearby Tees
Our neighborhood is a mecca for golf addicts – and we’re happy to get you on the best of our nearby tracks. When you’re ready to try something new, we’re happy to arrange tee times at any of the region’s incredible courses, including PGA National Resort, The Breakers, Lost Lake Golf Club and more.
The Breakers Rees Jones Course
Reconstructed in December 2004 by renowned golf course architect, Rees Jones. A lushly landscaped and challenging course designed in Jones' neo-classic style, set against the backdrop of the Breakers West residential community.
The Ocean Golf Course
Florida's oldest 18-hole course located on site at The Breakers, a 6,100-yard, par 70 course, redesigned by Brian Silva in 2000. Beautifully landscaped with manicured greens, a constant test for all skill levels.
Lost Lake Golf Club
Lost Lake is an exciting championship golf course with a reputation for excellent greens and great course conditions that will challenge every aspect of your game from tee to green. The par 72 course plays to a yardage of 6,850 from the tips and offers four additional sets of tees so that the course can be enjoyed by players of all abilities. Lost Lake is a showcase of subtle rolling greens, preserved wetlands, and an abundance of wildlife. Each hole takes on a unique strategy of its own. Some holes place a premium on the tee shot, while others demand an exacting approach. One thing for sure, you will need all the clubs in your bag to play Lost lake Golf Club.
PGA Village – Wanamaker Course
The first golf course named in honor of Rodman Wanamaker, who in 1916, inspired the birth of The PGA of America. A classic Florida layout, Fazio's Wanamaker Course is set against a backdrop of wetlands, palm trees and palmettos, and is considered one of Florida's most beautiful courses.
The Ryder Course is named in honor of Samuel Ryder, the namesake and founder of the Ryder Cup, the pre-eminent event in golf. With its rolling hills, majestic pine trees and challenging water hazards, the Ryder Course has a distinctive Carolina-feel. With various hole locations, you could play this course every day and discover a different layout.
Emphasizing the native surroundings and Dye's uninhibited style for creative design, the Dye Course features pine straw roughs, vast coquina waste bunkers and grass-based bunkers. A links-style course that weaves by the 100-acre “Big Mamu” Wetlands, the Dye Course offers pure Florida surroundings, with hints of design from the older British Isles' courses for flavor.