5 Things to Know About Jack Nicklaus and Justin Thomas’s New Course

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.

The vision of Swiss developer Dominik Senn, a former world-class alpine ski racer turned founder of the 4sports & Entertainment sports management agency, Panther National brings another high-end residential community to the golf-rich South Florida region. Featuring the championship-level course, 218 modern estate homes, clubhouse, and lifestyle club, Panther National sits on approximately 400 acres within the new, 4,752-acre mixed-use Avenir development. It’s also adjacent to the 2,400-acre Avenir Conservation Area, which borders the north edge of the golf course.

“Panther National sits on the last parcel of premium, developable land in Palm Beach County, where we are proud to offer a visually stunning and environmentally sensitive golf course as the cornerstone of our modern, lifestyle community redefining luxury in the region,” says Senn.

Here are five more noteworthy details about the newly opened Panther National.