As one of South Florida’s best-kept secrets, The Fox Club was purchased and redesigned in the summer of 2004 by a group of private investors.
Cobblestone Country Club as it was known then, was renamed The Fox Club. With one vision in mind, the Partners created a private golf club dedicated to the highest level of service and golf.
The golf course was originally designed in 1989 by Roy Case and hosted many professional, state and amateur events throughout the 1990s. In 2004 British Open Champion Darren Clarke and Walker Cup member Eoghan O’Connell redesigned the course; the changes included the addition of Paspalum tee boxes, undulating Tift Eagle greens, and spectacular Donald Ross style bunkers.
The Fox Club is more characteristic of the Carolinas than South Florida. The course was lengthened and graded to allow impressive views of the numerous lakes and preserves. The course measures:
- Green Tees: 7,115 yards
- Black Tees: 6,652 yards
- Gold Tees: 6,129 yard
- Silver Tees: 5,636 yards
The club features a fully remodeled clubhouse and pro shop, a new driving range with target greens at various yardages, new putting and short-game greens and a four-bedroom members lodge overlooking the ninth fairway.