The Jupiter Hills country club community is recognized as one of the best in South Florida. What makes the community truly appealing and prestigious are the location and the luxury amenities.
The location of Jupiter Hills adds a great value to comfort and luxury that the community offers. It is conveniently located in Tequesta, Florida – between the Intracoastal Waterway and Jonathan Dickinson State Park. The park provides the community with natural preserves that cannot be replicated. Tall trees, rolling hills, crystal clean waters, and the native Florida wildlife – all these make the park a heavenly place. The Intracoastal Waterway also provides breathtaking scenery and views, along with easy access to water for those who love boating, kayaking, canoeing, and other water sports.
The Jupiter Hills country club community is located on 366 acres of lush, green land. Homes here offer exclusive comfort to the residents. The selection of 212 properties that includes golf villas, courtyard townhomes, condominiums, and estate homes provides residents with endless options for buying in to this wonderful community. Costs of homes run from $400,000 to over $8,000,000. Indeed, all the homes come with breathtaking views of greens, water and club facilities. This 24-hour guard gated community provides members with a sense of exclusivity and privacy.
The two legendary golf courses at Jupiter Hills country club are the pride of the community. The idea for Jupiter Hills golf club originated in the 1960’s when William Elliott, George Fazio, William Clay Ford, Sr., and Bob Hope teamed up with the idea of building a golf club that would be ranked among the best clubs in America. This goal was achieved, because the club remains popular among golf lovers not only in America, but all over the world. In addition, the club is ranked as one of the top courses in the U.S. by Golf Magazine’s panel of experts.
Both of the Jupiter Hills courses significantly benefit from their natural location, a soothing year-round climate, naturally rolling hills, elevations above sea level, coastal zone advantages and exceptional wildlife. These beauties of nature, and the caring and innovative approach of the founders created a club with a rich history and heritage.
The Hills course, designed by George Fazio in 1969, runs 6,915 yards and has a par of 72. The course is rated 74.4 and has a slope of 144 on Bermuda grass. Recently, the course was renovated by Thomas Fazio, so it would provide a challenging structure to players at all levels. The course is also unique because it is carved out of uncharacteristic Florida topography. Natural hills vary up to 80 feet from hilltop to valley. Pine, oak and palmetto offer a beautiful natural background at the Hills.
The Village course, jointly designed by George and Tom Fazio, opened to the public in 1979. While it differs from the Hills in character and ambience. However, the Village course still provides challenge, beauty and luxury of golf and nature. The course runs 6,546 yards and has a par of 72. It is rated 72.5 and has a slope of 140 on Bermuda grass.
The Hills and Village together offer 36 holes of challenging golf. The club is built around the two courses and is aimed at providing the feeling of privacy and specialty to every single member. The two courses together have a limit of 400 members. Golf club membership is by invitation only.
The new 40,000 square foot clubhouse is the place for club members to enjoy wonderful Florida evenings, socialize with other members, and make new friends. It is located on South Florida’s highest point, thus provides with fascinating views of the Intracoastal, the golf courses and other beautiful amenities that the club offers.
Jupiter Hills community and the golf club welcome all those who want to live a luxury country club life, and those who love nature, sports and excellence in everything.