ADMIRALS COVE Jupiter FL luxury gated waterfront, golf and tennis community offering grand custom estates, single family homes, town homes (club cottages) and condos. Intracoastal (ICW) waterfront community with 900 residents on east side and 122 residents in Golf Village side each with mandatory club membership. Tennis team participates in WTA division tennis tournaments. Marina available for residents and non-residents. Admirals Cove golf club and tennis community with marina and yacht club – main clubhouse featured in aerial photo.
Amenities – 52 boat slip marina and yacht club, 32 guest accommodations, 12 har-tru tennis courts, resort pool, subdivision pools, several restaurants, children’s play area, card rooms, spa, salon and fitness center.
Golf Village at Admiral’s Cove – 27 holes of golf designed by Robert von Hagge
Admiral’s Cove East Course – 18 holes of golf designed by Robert von Hagge
The Club at Admiral’s Cove – Premier Yacht & Country Club
Marina & Yacht Club – 52 Boat slips for up to 130′ boats
Admiral’s Cove POA – Official website for Admiral’s Cove East & Village at Admirals Cove POA
Admirals Cove Club Membership – Mandatory. Confirm current rates directly.*
Full Golf Membership – $150,000 ($90,000 non-refundable + $60,000 refundable) + $17,458 annual dues
Sports Membership – $110,000 ($75,000 non-refundable + $35,000 refundable) + $13,916 annual dues
Tennis Membership – $100,000 ($70,000 non-refundable + $30,000 refundable) + $9,558 annual dues
Social Membership – $86,250 ($62,250 non-refundable + $24,000 refundable) + $9,089 annual dues
Location – East of I-95, off Alt A1A between Donald Ross Rd and Indiantown Rd in Jupiter.
5 min – Jupiter Island, Tequesta, Jupiter and Juno Beach beaches and parks.
10 min – Shopping and dining in Jupiter or Downtown at The Gardens, The Gardens Mall, Midtown and Legacy Place.
25 min – Palm Beach International Raceway and Moroso Motorsports Park.
35 min – City Place, Kravis Center, Palm Beach International Airport (PBI) and International polo in Wellington.
The Hobe Sound, Jupiter and Palm Beach Gardens region of South Florida offers endless and increasingly improved golf clubs, golf courses and golf course communities. Golf is not new here, some Palm Beach County golf courses date back to the 1920’s when players had to get here by train and boat. Today, the Professional Golfers’ Association of America (PGA of America) has its headquarters off PGA Boulevard in Palm Beach Gardens.
The local golf club communities and championship golf courses are of very high professional and recreational standard as many former and current top ranked American and international golf players, golf course designers, golf course architects and golf course developers have resided or reside here today. The list would be extremely long but let’s just say it includes Donald Ross, Pete Dye, Robert von Hagge, Arthur Hills, Tom Fazio, George Fazio, Jim Fazio, Tom Fazio II, Carl Litten, Joe Lee, Dick Wilson, Gene Bates, Jesper Parnevik, Tiger Woods, Greg Norman, Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Ernie Els, Olin Browne, Russ Cochran, Keegan Bradley, Robert Cupp, Raymond Floyd, Gary Player and Rory McIlroy. Golfing Jupiter, Tequesta, Hobe Sound, Palm Beach Gardens and North Palm Beach really has something for everyone. The golf courses are primarily private golf course or semi-private golf course. According to several golf magazines, the highest ranked local golf courses are The Dye Preserve in Jupiter, Jupiter Hills Club in Tequesta and Seminole Landing Golf Club in Juno Beach. Three of the most popular public golf courses are Abacoa Golf Club – next to Florida Atlantic University (FAU) north campus off Donald Ross Road in Jupiter, the North Palm Beach Country Club – off US Highway 1 just south of Lost Tree Club and Old Port Cove in North Palm Beach and Palm Beach Municipal Par 3 by Raymond Floyd on South Ocean Boulevard in Palm Beach.