Take a Peek Inside Michael Jordan’s Invite-Only Golf Club

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While Michael Jordan is famous for his skills on the basketball court, the NBA star is also an avid golfer. So, he created GROVE XXIII, his own private course and clubhouse where he can freely enjoy the game of golf with his closest friends and celebrity colleagues while staying out of the public eye.  

Located on a former citrus grove in Hobe Sound, Fla., the exclusive golf club opened in 2019 and features an 18-hole course designed by world-renowned designer Bobby Weed, a main clubhouse, a gatehouse, a learning facility and a practice range. The unique fairways are tailored to Jordan’s swing and style of play and the clubhouse mimics a golf swing with glass panels that curve around the main entrance.

Designed by Nichols Architects and Dailey Janssen, the 15,000-square-foot clubhouse houses a pro shop, bar, lounging areas, and men’s and women’s locker rooms. Interior designer Caitlin Kah brought the inside of the luxury clubhouse to life with a warm, home-like feel that incorporates neutral tones and textures.

Dark wood, David Sutherland furniture, skylights and Gregories Pineo cork wallpaper add elevated touches throughout the space and locker rooms. The clubhouse also features design elements inspired by Jordan’s likes and interests, including the custom tobacco leaf wall panels in the main lounge. 

With beautiful views of the greens outside and plenty of amenities, there’s so much to take in and enjoy at the custom Florida golf club. However, getting the chance to experience GROVE XXIII in all its glory requires a personal invitation from Jordan himself. This makes sure the professional athlete’s time out on the course and lounging at the clubhouse is peaceful and crowd-free.

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