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Golf as it was meant to be played

Our 18-hole Jim Fazio designed championship golf course embodies the purity of the world’s greatest game.   With no tee times, the golf course creates opportunities for the novice to have a wonderful experience, while also creating a demanding challenge for those seeking to play from the longest set of tees.  A masterpiece of meticulously manicured fairways and lush tropical landscape, the course blends seamlessly with the natural environment preserving native trees and wildlife.  

Touted as “Gary Player’s first American home,” the most successful international golfer of all time lived and raised his children within our gates.  Boca Grove was the original site of the Quadel Senior Classic, a tournament on the Champions’ Tour won twice by Arnold Palmer and once by Gary Player before moving to a course that could accommodate the growing number of spectators.  We continue to have an excellent relationship with Mr. Player, who continues to be very active in golf, health and fitness.  On property you will see his influence in our beehives as Mr. Player takes his coffee with honey.  You will see we value and seek to emulate his strong belief in nutrition and fitness as a lifestyle as we offer advice and programs designed to strengthen your body and your game, be it golf or tennis.
 


 

Get Your Child In The Game With Our Junior Golf Program

At Boca Grove, we understand how important it is to start junior golfers with a solid foundation. Our Boca Grove Junior Golf program offers young golfers a unique opportunity to learn the basic fundamentals of the golf swing, necessary golf etiquette, and basic rules of the game.

By establishing proper technique, practice methods, and etiquette when children are young, they are more likely to enjoy and excel at golf as they grow older. Private instruction is also available to provide the solid foundation required for junior golfers.

Learn more about our Boca Grove Junior Golf Program, call 561-488-2582.

Golf Staff



Originally from Rhode Island, Dan has been a PGA member since 2014 and has spent most of his career in New England and in Southwest Florida. He is PGA Certified Professional, specializing in Golf Operations. Dan is married to his wife Tiffany and they have two young children, McKenna and Nash. He started playing golf at the age of 13 and was a single digit handicap by the age of 15. Dan turned professional at the age of 20 and worked most recently as the 1st Assistant Professional at Audubon Country Club in Naples , Florida. He has worked as an Assistant Golf Professional at Shelter Harbor Golf Club in Rhode Island and Lake of Isles in Connecticut. He played professionally in the State Open circuit throughout New England and competed In the Nevada State Open in 2008.  He has learned under the tutelage of some of the best instructors in the world, including Hank Haney and Stan Utley.



Phillip has been a member of the Boca Grove team since 2012. Born in upstate New York, Phillip moved to  Northwest Florida at an early age and was a standout baseball player. Phillip found his way to golf and graduated from Florida Atlantic University with a BBA in Finance in 2015. Phillip's passion for the game of golf was the driving force for his  decision to become a Golf Professional. He is also a TPI Certified Instructor and loves integrating that into his teaching. Phillip is married to his wife, Kali, and they enjoy spending time with their dog Sal.



Rafael Barajas joined Boca Grove at the end of 2015, bringing with him a total of 35 years in the golf industry. He has been a member of the GCSAA for 30 years and Certified Golf Course Superintendent for the past 25 years. He is the Past President of the Golf Course Superintendents of Southern California, Past President of the California Golf Course Superintendents Association and a board member of the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America for the past 5 years. Originally from Colima, Mexico, Rafael immigrated to the US at the age of 14, only knowing two words of English. He followed in his brother’s footsteps and worked as part of the maintenance crew at a municipal course in the San Fernando Valley. By the age of 20, he was the superintendent at the Recreation Park Golf Course in Long Beach, Calif. He spent the following six years in professional development courses and seminars about turfgrass maintenance and agronomy, eventually leading him to become a Certified Golf Course Superintendent in 1990. In the mid-1990’s Rafael became the superintendent at Hacienda Golf Club in Southern California, where he spent 20 years before coming to Boca Grove.

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