Developer Dominik Senn wanted Panther National to look, feel and play distinctly different from your average Florida country club course. He got his wish. Exhibit A: the labyrinthian bunker that separates the fairways of holes 11 and 17.
Justin Thomas, like all PGA Tour pros, is no stranger to the Wednesday pro-am — the obligatory hit-and-giggle with lucky hackers or golfers who snagged a spot through a corporate partner, work deal or some other avenue.
Jack Nicklaus and Justin Thomas officially unveiled Panther National—the duos’ new co-designed 18-hole course and centerpiece of a new private golf community in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.—with a grand opening in mid-November.
South Florida’s premier golf enclave, Panther National, arrives, promising an unparalleled lifestyle woven into championship greens.
Today’s new courses are being designed with amateur players’ needs in mind.