GOLF IS ALWAYS ON THE UPSWING AT BOCA LAGO
Originally designed by industry-renowned Bruce Devlin and Robert von Hagge, Boca Lago Golf & Country Club recently completed an $8 million redesign of our three nine-hole courses under the direction of award-winning golf course architect Jan Bel Jan.
Elevating our course grounds experience to now be among the premier golf clubs in Palm Beach County, the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA) recognized Boca Lago Golf & Country Club with its "Best New Course Design" Award (2018). Continuing to enhance the golfer experience, we are now focusing on the conservation and restoration of the 21 natural preserve habitats that line our 27 holes of championship golf.
The redesign incorporated the best elements of the original course design with a revitalized approach to strategy and playability from each tee. There are now multiple choices of how to play each hole, with the lakes and tree-lined fairways still playing a pivotal role in the character of all three nines.
The redevelopment of the South, East, and West Courses included redesigned greens, repositioned and recontoured bunkers in the fairways and around greens, as well as reshaped and rearranged teeing grounds amidst more than 50 acres of shimmering lakes.
Our Golf Academy-level practice facility has been expanded to include more full-swing space on the driving range (that can accommodate a field of 20 golfers at the same time), three practice putting greens, a dedicated short-game area, and two practice holes that can be played in multiple ways.
The golf course offers five sets of tees, with slope ratings from 110 to 142 to ensure a fun experience for players of all ages and abilities. Headed by award-winning PGA pros, Boca Lago Golf & Country Club offers full-service instructional programming and custom golf club fitting.
Our golf club and its members are also committed to maintenance practices that are friendly to the environment. The grounds are abundant with flora, fauna, wildlife and kept in top condition under the continued expertise and guidance of Golf Course Superintendent, Ray Adams.