Renovated, renamed Cape Club of Palm City set to reopen

Renovated, renamed Cape Club of Palm City set to reopen

Long called The Fox Club Florida, the Clarke and O’Connell redesign was acquired in May by The Cape Club of Massachusetts.

The Cape Club of Palm City is set to open November 18 following an extensive renovation to both the golf course and clubhouse.

Acquired by The Cape Club Collection in May of this year, the 18-hole golf course — which was formerly known as The Fox Club Florida — and its 16,500-square-foot clubhouse have undergone significant improvements since closing July 1. Located north of West Palm Beach, the renovated and rebranded facility will open as a premier private club.

New ownership has completed extensive renovations throughout the golf course, including newly landscaped areas around the course and clubhouse, renovated bunkers with “Augusta-white” bunker sand, new coquina cart paths, and enhanced agronomic conditions.

“The excitement is reaching a fever pitch for the new Cape Club of Palm City,” GM Kristi Tower said. “We have been inundated with membership inquiries and are truly excited to unveil the club, and create lasting golf, social and culinary memories for our members and guests.”

The club has also added a new fleet of custom Club Car golf carts.

“The golf course will serve up one of the most memorable golf experiences in the region for Cape Club members and guests,” director of golf Brett Melton said. “We are excited to unveil to the golf world the new Cape Club of Palm City.”

Members of the rebranded and relaunched private club also have access to The Cape Club Collection sister courses, The Cape Club of Sharon and The Cape Club of Falmouth both located in Massachusetts.

The course was originally designed by Roy Case in 1989, and redesigned by Darren Clarke and Eoghan O’Connell in 2004.