Golf’s post-pandemic resurgence has spurred on developers looking to invest in building new golf courses.
It feels as though Justin Thomas is all but done talking about the endless war between the PGA Tour and LIV Golf. Fortunately, the 2022 PGA Championship winner has plenty else to kick around these days.
Panther National, the new luxury golf and lifestyle community currently under development in upscale enclave Palm Beach Gardens, today announced key additions to its staff ahead of the scheduled opening of the golf course and lounge in late 2023.
Buyers still eager to stake a claim on the Gold Coast have protected South Florida’s big developers from the steep economic contractions squeezing new home builders nationwide.
The real estate industry is one of the most emissions-intensive businesses. From the construction of new properties to the maintenance and performance of existing ones, there are high levels of energy consumption and a strong dependence on fossil fuels.
PANTHER NATIONAL LUXURY GOLF COMMUNITY IN PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL. REPORTS “OVERWHELMING” EARLY SUCCESS
Panther National, the luxury golf community currently under development in upscale enclave Palm Beach Gardens, FL., says it has had “overwhelming’’ success, with $250 million in contracts and unit-specific reservations to date.
Not just for golfing retirees, these homes include access to all kinds of state-of-the-art wellness facilities, and more.
We’re joined by Justin Thomas on this week’s episode of Be Right. Our great chat with JT includes some questions about his major record, his season so far, his time with Tiger at Augusta and much more. Plus, JT tells us all about his new course design with Jack Nicklaus in Palm Beach County, Panther National.
TULSA, Okla. -- Justin Thomas didn't pay attention to any score but his own on Sunday in the PGA Championship, knowing he was 7 shots behind but with only six players ahead of him on a Southern Hills course where anything could happen.