Greg Norman Signature Golf Course

The Golf Course at Jupiter Country Club is a dream come true. With a spectacular 18 hole Greg Norman Signature Golf Course, the challenge is exhilarating. The surrounding greens, palm trees and magnificent estates of Palm Beach County, Florida, make it a place you will never want to leave after your game.

Greg Norman has a hands-on approach that is unique to the golf course design process. Norman spent hundreds of weeks of his successful professional career as the world's top ranked player and he had the opportunity to compete on some of the most illustrious golf courses in the world. His experience enables him to create golf course designs with all skill levels in mind.

Built with precision and artistry, the course at Jupiter Country Club features five sets of tees with yardage stretching from a comfortable 5,289 to 7,259 yards from the tips—demanding for even the most accomplished player. A comprehensive practice facility gives you a chance to work on your on-course strategy.

"I am extremely pleased with the way the golf course at Jupiter Country Club turned out and, in fact, it gets better every time I play it. I'm very proud to be associated with, and look forward to enjoying Jupiter Country Club for years to come." - Greg Norman

To inquire about hosting a Golf Event, please contact our PGA Head Golf Professional, Scott Lefevre by email at or call 561-743-9100 ext. 207. We look forward to working with you!

Hole #1
  • Par: 4
  • Handicap: 16
  • 394
  • 369
  • 345
  • 311
  • 287

This moderate-length hole has a generous landing area that is framed by a large coquina shell bunker on the right and formal bunkers on the left. With bunkers that guard the right and back left portions of the green. The approach shot should be played from left to right to avoid the lake on the right side of the green. A large grass collection area left of the green is the bail-out for the approach shot, leaving a challenging chip to an elevated green.

Golf Instruction

Individual Instruction

½ hour Individual Golf Lesson
1 Hour Individual Golf Lesson
2 Hour Playing Lesson


3 or 5 Hour Block of Individual Instruction

Junior Instruction

1/2 Hour (Children 10 & Under) & (Children 11-16)

Group Instruction

Semi Private Full Swing or Short Game

For pricing information, please call the Golf Shop at 561-746-3950

Get Golf Ready Program

Jupiter Country Club is proud to be a certified 'Get Golf Ready In 5 Days' instructional facility.

Selected as one of the first facilities in the United States to host this program, we have been proud to introduce the game of golf to more than 400 new players. Please contact the Golf Shop at 561-746-3950 if you or anyone you know would like to be introduced to the great game of golf!

  • General Golf Rules
      1. The Rules of Golf of the United States Golf Association (USGA) together with the Rules of Etiquette as adopted by the USGA shall be the rules of Jupiter Country Club, except when in conflict with local rules.
      2. The Club will notify members of future tournaments, corporate and other group outings, fund-raising events and other times when use of the golf course will be restricted.
      3. All players, especially children and beginning golfers, are expected to learn and observe the fundamentals of golf etiquette.
      4. “Cutting-in” is not permitted at any time. All play shall start at # 1 tee unless otherwise directed by Golf Shop personnel. Under no circumstances are players permitted to start play from residences. Members owning private carts must register with the pro shop for all play on the course regardless of the time of day or the starting hole.
      5. Practice is not allowed on the golf course. The practice facilities must be used for all practice. Practice balls are NOT to be removed from the practice facility under any circumstances.
      6. Slow play is not tolerated. In the interest of all, players should play without delay. No player should play until the players in front are safely out of range.
      7. If a foursome or other group of players is unable to maintain adequate speed of play and fails to keep their place on the course, they must allow the following group to play through. Course Managers have the authority to stop a slow playing group to allow the following group(s) to play through or to require the slow playing group to pick up their balls and move forward to catch up with the group ahead.
      8. Continued slow play by players will be noted and the golf staff will attempt to improve such player’s skills to enable them to maintain an adequate speed of play. If such efforts do not result in the required completion time, the Club may limit the play of such players to times other than prime playing times.
      9. All players who stop after playing nine holes for any reason must occupy the next tee before the following players arrive at the tee or they will lose their position on the golf course and must get permission from the starter to resume play.
      10. Players are requested to pick up tees after driving. Players should be careful in discarding broken tees since the tees damage the mowers and puncture golf cart tires.
      11. While playing on the course, each player must use a separate set of golf clubs.
      12. All tournament play must be approved in advance by the Golf Professional.
      13. Appropriate golf attire is required for all players on the golf course and golf practice facilities. Members and designees are expected to ensure that immediate family members and guests adhere to such rules. Members should remind their guests of the dress policy prior to arrival at the Club to avoid embarrassment for the member and the guest.




        Acceptable: Shirts with collars and sleeves, slacks and golf shorts up to four inches above the knee are considered appropriate attire. Mock golf shirts are acceptable attire, provided they have sleeves and the collar is at least 1” high. All shirts must be tucked in, except banded shirts, which may be worn out.

        Acceptable: Dresses, skirts, slacks and golf shorts up to four inches above the knee. Tops must have collars or sleeves. Tops may be worn out if designed to be worn that way. Golf shirts are considered appropriate attire.

        Acceptable:The use of soft spikes or other spikeless golf shoes are required on the golf facilities.

        Not Acceptable: Cargo shorts, tank tops, tee shirts, fishnet tops, cut-offs, jams, sweat pants, jeans, bathing suits, gym shorts, tennis shorts or other athletic shorts more than four inches above the knee are not permitted.

        Not Acceptable: Halter tops, tank tops, fishnet tops, cut-offs, bathing suits, sweat pants, jeans, short shorts, tennis shorts are not permitted.

        Not Acceptable: Use of shoes other than soft spikes or spikeless golf shoes must be approved by the Golf Shop.

        This dress code is mandatory for all players. Improperly dressed golfers will be asked to change before playing. If you are in doubt concerning your attire, please check with the Golf Shop before starting play. WARNING: Softspikes and other spikeless shoes are made from materials that can cause slipping and falling under certain circumstances. To reduce the risk of slipping and possible injury, exercise caution when walking on wood, steep slopes, grass and on hard surfaces such as rocks, concrete, tile, marble and hardwood floors. Worn cleats should be replaced promptly.

      14. The golf course may not be used for any purpose except golf. Any non-golf activities such as picnicking, biking, kite flying, soccer, football, playing with Frisbees, recreational walking, jogging, walking pets, pushing baby strollers, skateboarding, roller skating and similar activities are not permitted on the cart paths or golf course unless approved in advance by the General Manager. Violators will be subject to such disciplinary action as is deemed appropriate by the Club. Fishing in lakes on the golf course is not permitted unless prior approval is obtained from the General Manager and is in compliance with all rules established by the Club.
      15. Children under the age of fifteen must be accompanied by an adult while playing golf, unless playing in a Club-sponsored tournament or approved by the Golf Professional. Children aged twelve to fifteen may be allowed use of the golf facilities without being accompanied by an adult after successfully completing a Junior Development Course administered by the Golf Professional. Golfers up to twenty-three years of age may be required to complete the Junior Development Course if they, in the view of the Golf Professional, do not possess the adequate knowledge of golf and its rules and etiquette.
      16. No golfer or any other person should play from, walk in, search for balls in, or otherwise disturb any wetland area marked as such in, on or around the golf course and other Club Facilities.
      17. If lightning is in the area, all golf play shall cease and players should seek appropriate shelter immediately. All golf facilities including practice facilities shall remain closed until the “all clear” is given to resume play.
      18. Management may close the golf course to play at any time, in its discretion.
      19. No beverage coolers, beverages or food products are permitted on the golf course unless supplied by the Club.
      20. “Discontinued Play” policy for inclement weather is as follows: less than four holes played – full eighteen-hole credit; less than thirteen holes played – nine-hole credit. It is the sole responsibility of the player to apply for a credit from the Golf Shop on the day play is discontinued.
      21. Foursomes control the speed of play. Twosomes and threesomes should not expect to play through foursomes and should not exert any pressure on the groups ahead. Foursomes shall have the right of way.
      22. Twosomes and singles will be grouped with other players, if available, at the discretion of the Golf Shop. Singles shall have no priority on the golf course and shall be permitted to play only at the discretion of the Golf Shop.
      23. Fivesomes are not permitted on the golf course without prior approval of Golf Shop personnel.
      24. “Course closed” or “hole closed” signs and all other course signage (including all roped off areas) are to be adhered to without exception.
      25. The Club will have outings on the golf course from time to time. Notices of these outings will be posted indicating the hours during which the outing will take place and use of the golf facilities will be restricted.
      26. The Club reserves the right to make available caddies during certain times.
      27. The use of privately-owned golf carts is permitted by Full Members in good standing who own a residence in the Community upon an annual inspection by the Club, payment of the annual trail fee, execution of the annual trail fee agreement, compliance with the rules established by the Club for privately-owned golf carts, including those rules set forth hereinafter, and approval by the Club. All privately owned golf carts must conform to the same standard as the golf carts in the Club’s fleet and be no more than five years old.
      28. The Club may establish a walking policy from time to time. All players must use a golf cart or use a caddie (if made available by the Club). Members may carry their own bag only if permitted by the Club and only during such time periods (if any) which may be designated by the Club for walking. The Club reserves the right to restrict or prohibit the carrying of golf bags and may require the use of golf carts during certain times.
  • Hours of Play
    • Golf Shop

      Monday through Sunday 7:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (Course & Golf Shop Closed on Monday's May through October).
      First Tee Time: 7:24 a.m.

      Practice Facility

      Monday (Practice Facility Closed on Monday's May through October).

      7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

      7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

      The Golf Course Superintendent and Golf Professional are authorized to determine when the golf course and practice facility are suitable for play.

  • Golf Starting Times
    • 1. Advance Sign-Up Privileges :    

      • Charter Members have a fourteen-day advance sign-up privilege to reserve golf starting times.
      • Full Members have a ten-day advance sign-up privilege to reserve golf starting times.
      • Annual Members have a seven-day advance sign-up privilege to reserve golf starting times.
      • All advance sign-up privileges are subject to change from time to time.

      2. Each Membership (Primary or Secondary) will only be allowed to book a total of two (2) tee times per day. Meaning, Mr. Smith may book (1) tee time and Mrs. Smith may book (1) tee time. Reminder, a tee time consists of up to (4) players.  

      3. All names must be entered into a tee time no later than 48-hours prior to the tee time. Exactly 48-hours prior to the tee time, any TBD's or unnamed Guests will be removed from the tee time. The person who booked the tee time will remain in the time slot, however, they now only retain priority in that tee time for themselves and any other Member may fill empty spots.

      4. Any Member (Primary or Secondary) that books a tee time is expected to be playing in that tee time or very near the tee time booked. Any Members found to be booking a tee time and not playing, will be subject to privilege restrictions. This includes Members found to be sharing their Username/Password with fellow Members for the purpose of circumventing this policy.

      5. Cancellations must be made no later than 24-hours in advance. Any tee time or reserved spot in a tee time, must be cancelled no later than 24-hours in advance to avoid cancellation fees.      

  • Registration
      1. All golfers must register in the Golf Shop before beginning play and violators will be subject to such disciplinary action as is deemed appropriate by the Club.
      2. Failure to check in and register ten minutes prior to a reserved starting time may cause cancellation, set back or a no-show fee to be charged to the member’s or designee’s Club account.
      3. Players late for their starting time lose their right to the starting time and shall begin play only at the discretion of the starter or the golf professional staff.
  • Practice Range
      1. The practice range is open during normal operating hours as posted in the Golf Shop. At times to be posted in the Golf Shop, the practice range will be closed for general maintenance.
      2. Range balls are for use on the practice range only and may not be removed from the practice range. Range balls may not be used on the golf course.
      3. Golf carts are not permitted on any tee area. Golf carts must be parked in designated areas with all four tires on the paved parking area.
      4. Balls must be hit from designated areas only. No hitting is permitted from the rough or sides of the practice range.
      5. Proper golf attire and conduct is required on the practice range.
  • Golf Course Etiquette
    • Persons using the golf facilities should do their part to make a round of golf at Jupiter Country Club a pleasant experience for everyone. Here are some suggestions:

      1. Do not waste time. Play ready golf. Anticipate the club or clubs you may need and go directly to your ball. Always be near your ball to play promptly when it is your turn. If a player is delayed in making a shot, it would be courteous for such player to indicate to another player to play.
      2. The time required to “hole out” on and around the green is a chief cause of slow play. Study and clear the line of your putt while others are doing the same. Be ready to putt when it is your turn.
      3. Players should ensure that greens or any portion of the course are not damaged by any of their actions. The flagstick should be properly replaced in the hole before the players leave the green. Please do not drag your feet as this causes serious damage to the putting surface.
      4. No one should move, talk or stand close to or directly behind the ball or the hole when a player is addressing the ball or making a stroke.
      5. When approaching a green, park your golf cart on the cart path on the best direct line to the next tee. This can save about ten minutes per round. Never leave the golf cart in front of the green where you will have to go back to get it, while the group behind waits for you to get out of the way.
      6. When play of a hole is completed, leave the green promptly and proceed to the next tee without delay. Do the scoring for the completed hole while the others in your group are playing from the next tee.
      7. If you are not holding your place on the course (see General Golf Rules, #7), allow the players behind to play through. Do the same if you stop to search for a lost ball.
      8. Repair your ball marks on the greens. If you see unrepaired ball marks, repair them also. Remind your playing partners to observe this courtesy.
      9. Enter and leave bunkers at the nearest level point to the green. Carefully rake bunkers after use and place the rake outside the bunker.
      10. Sand is provided on each cart to fill divot holes.
      11. Players must observe requests made by course rangers and marshalls at all times.
  • Golf Cart Rules
      1. Golf carts shall not be used by a member, designee, immediate family member or guest on the Club Facilities without proper assignment and registration in the Golf Shop.
      2. The use of golf carts is mandatory when posted.
      3. Golf carts may only be used on the golf course when the golf course is open for play. Golf carts provided by the Club are not to be driven to residences at any time.
      4. The Club may require that carts remain on cart paths to facilitate the grow-in of the golf course and based on course and weather conditions. Players will be informed of this policy prior to beginning play. Exceptions to this “cart on path only” policy for handicap golfers must be obtained from the Golf Professional.
      5. Each operator of a golf cart must be at least sixteen years of age and have a valid automobile driver’s license.
      6. Golf carts provided by the Club cannot be used off the golf course.
      7. Only two persons and two sets of golf clubs are permitted per golf cart.
      8. Obey all golf cart traffic signs.
      9. Golf carts must remain on golf cart paths, without exception, on Par 3 holes.
      10. When golf carts are allowed off the cart paths, always observe the 90 degree rule and return to the cart path as soon as practical.
      11. Always use golf cart paths where provided, especially near tees and greens. Except on golf cart paths, do not drive a golf cart within forty feet of a green, a tee or a bunker.
      12. Never drive a golf cart through a hazard.
      13. Be careful to avoid soft areas on fairways, especially after rains. Use the rough wherever possible.
      14. Operation of a golf cart is at the risk of the operator. Cost of repair to a golf cart that is damaged by a member, designee or immediate family member will be charged to the member or designee or, in the case of damage by a guest, the cost of repair will be charged to the sponsoring member or designee. Members and designees using a golf cart will be held fully responsible for any and all damages, including personal injury and property damage, that are caused by the operation of the golf cart by the member, designee, immediate family members and their guests, and the members and designees shall reimburse Toll Jupiter Limited Partnership, Jupiter Country Club, Inc., and Jupiter Country Club Homeowners Association, Inc. for any and all damages they may sustain by reason of operation of the golf cart. Members are requested to report any problems or needed repairs to the cart in order to expedite repair.
      15. The member and designee using a golf cart accepts and assumes all responsibility for liability connected with operation of the golf cart. The member and designee also expressly indemnify and agree to hold harmless Toll Jupiter Limited Partnership, Jupiter Country Club, Inc., and Jupiter Country Club Homeowners Association, Inc. and their directors, officers, shareholders, partners, members, managers, employees, affiliates, representatives and agents, from any and all damages, whether direct or consequential, arising from or related to the use and operation of the golf cart by the member, designee, immediate family members and their guests.
      16. Violations of the golf cart rules may result in loss of golf cart privileges and/or playing privileges.
  • Private Golf Cart Rules
      1. Privately owned golf carts may not be older than five years when purchased, must be equipped with headlights and a horn and must be approved by the Club. Custom built or designer golf carts are not permitted. All private cart owners are required to abide by the terms and conditions of the Private Golf Cart Agreement and execute the same on an annual basis.
      2. The Club shall establish approved colors and accessories.
      3. Golf cart owners, when playing together, or with a non-cart owner, must abide by the rules of one golf cart for every two players.
      4. Any person who is not participating in the private golf cart program and is riding as the second person in a privately owned golf cart must pay the applicable golf guest and/or cart fee in the Golf Shop before beginning play.
      5. The Club will establish from time to time the safety specifications that all privately owned golf carts must satisfy.
      6. The Club has no responsibility for the storage, service/maintenance or repair of privately owned golf carts. Golf cart owners must store their golf carts on their own property out of sight and in an enclosed garage in accordance with the guidelines of Jupiter Country Club Homeowners Association, Inc.
      7. On any particular day, the use of privately owned golf carts on the golf facilities is subject to approval by the Golf Professional and the Golf Course Superintendent.
      8. Privately owned golf carts cannot be loaned or used on the Club Facilities by anyone other than the member and the immediately family members of the member.
      9. Privately owned golf carts must also be operated in accordance with the General Golf Cart Rules established by the Club from time to time for golf carts provided by the Club.
      10. Each year a member with a privately owned golf cart shall be required to provide the Club with proof that the operation of the golf cart is covered by a liability insurance policy of the member with policy limits established by the Club and shall require that such policy provide that it can only be cancelled upon thirty days prior written notice to the Club.
      11. Members using a privately owned golf cart will be fully responsible for any and all damages caused by the use or misuse of the golf cart by anyone operating it or otherwise, and the member shall reimburse the Club for any and all damages the Club may sustain by reason of use or misuse, including without limitation, damage or other golf carts and any property of the Club.
      12. An identification number and a yearly decal will be issued for the golf cart when the trail fee agreement, proof of liability insurance, and the annual trail fee payment are received. The identification number and yearly decal should be placed on the front of the golf cart in clear view.
      13. Members with privately owned golf carts must check in at the Golf Shop prior to beginning play. Cart traffic on the golf course is restricted to nine and eighteen hole rounds of play.
      14. A maximum of two riders and two golf bags per golf cart is allowed.
      15. When a privately owned golf cart is no longer used in the private golf cart program at Jupiter Country Club, all stickers and decals must be removed. Privately owned golf carts without a valid trail fee decal will not be allowed access to the golf facilities.
      16. Members with privately owned golf carts are required to ensure that their golf carts are restricted to licensed drivers who will operate the golf cart in a safe, prudent manner and in accordance with all local, state and federal governmental laws and regulations.
      17. Privately owned golf carts shall be driven on the golf course and other facilities of the Club only when such facilities are open for use as established by the Club.
      18. Violations of these rules and regulations for privately owned golf carts may result in the revocation of private golf cart privileges, playing privileges and/or the suspension of membership privileges at Jupiter Country Club.
  • Handicaps
    • Handicaps are computed under the supervision of the Golf Professional in accordance with the current U.S.G.A. Handicap System.

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