Jack Nicklaus Helps Reopen Golf Course at Bear Lakes Country Club
West Palm Beach, Fla. (November 29, 2021) – The Lakes Course at Bear Lakes Country Club has a new look with new challenges. Golf legend Jack Nicklaus helped design the original 18-hole golf course when the club opened in 1984. On Friday, November 19, the first couple of golf cut the yellow ribbon to reopen the renovated course.
The Lakes Course will display a plaque recognizing The Golden Bear for his influence on Bear Lakes Country Club, which features two Jack Nicklaus Signature golf courses. Bear Lakes Country Club also honored Jack and Barbara Nicklaus with a donation to support the Nicklaus Children’s Health Care Foundation, which helps to provide world-class pediatric care to children locally and globally.
About Bear Lakes Country Club
At Bear Lakes Country Club, everything is within reach. Nestled in the heart of West Palm Beach, you’ll discover two, world-class Jack Nicklaus Signature golf courses, a dynamic tennis program, exquisite culinary experiences, and a state-of-the-art clubhouse. Bear Lakes provides all the benefits of an exclusive private club membership with the flexibility that fits your lifestyle.
Photo Credit: Tracey Benson Photography
Photo 1: Jack Nicklaus Cuts Ribbon at Bear Lakes Country Club
Photo 2: Charlie Zacharias, Jack and Barbara Nicklaus, Jim Arrigo, Chris Hull
Photo 3: Alexa Hammer, Conor Richardson
Photo 4: Marty and Kim Martin
Photo 5: Blake and Sara Johnson
Photo 6: Jim and Margarette Arrigo, Kristine and Richard Kontos
Photo 7: Pat Gagnon, Sandy Buchanan
Photo 8: Jack and Barbara Nicklaus, Chris Hull
Photo 9: Mike and Judy Floodstrand
Photo 10: Jackie and James Bishop
Photo 11: Daniel Langley, Mac Walsh
Photo 12: Danene Murray, Tom Murray
Photo 13: Manjoo Moore, David Moore
Photo 14: Richard and Susan Youngman, Chris and Susan Donahue
Photo 15: John and Nancy Campbell
Photo 16: Charles Lacroix, Steve Horowitz, Mike Floodstrand
Photo 17: Magicians at Bear Lakes Country Club