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Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course: Stunning water views from every hole

Stretching along ocean and river, this 7,088-yard, par 72 course is essentially your own private 18 holes of Jack Nicklaus Signature golf. Of the many private Florida golf club communities, Sailfish Point is truly exceptional. This is golf on your terms and in your time.

First completed in 1981, this extraordinary golf course was completely renovated by its original designer, Jack Nicklaus, in 2007. Every picturesque hole boasts a water view, be it ocean, river, or pond, with many holes providing views of all three surrounding bodies of water—the Atlantic Ocean, Indian River, and St. Lucie Inlet. Balmy Gulf Stream breezes ensure comfort and variety in every round. View the course.

Sailfish Point Florida Signature Jack Nicklaus GolfAt the Sailfish Point Clubhouse, play begins just steps from the short-game practice area, where golfers hone their skills, and then move to the driving range for a few practice swings before teeing up on the first hole. Five tee boxes at each hole allow players at every skill level to enjoy the course. Lush fairways move along the island to culminate in the par-4 signature 18th hole that has been dubbed “Window on the Sea” for its remarkable ocean view.

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Four full-time teaching professionals readily assist golfers who wish to better their game, and a fully outfitted pro shop offers a full selection of golf equipment and gear. All of this and more make Sailfish Point one of the most desirable of all Florida oceanfront golf communities. Play is challenging, varied, and always interesting. But those who play the Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf course describe it best in the videos on this page. Many of our luxury estate homes are linkside, giving you easy access to play or watch when you want! Click to view the score card.

Tennis Center Takes Center Court

Whether you have come from enjoying a meal at our clubhouse or a day on the water, when you’re ready to use your land legs a little, stop by the exclusive Sailfish Point Tennis Center for a friendly—or competitive—game of tennis.

From sunrise until 10 p.m., eight well-maintained Har-Tru® courts (five are lighted) are alive with pick-up games, private lessons, and singles or doubles matches. Two full-time tennis pros assure that tournaments and clinics are always available for every level of play. And the onsite pro shop can keep you outfitted with the best equipment for your game.

During school holidays and on weekends, the tennis center offers a number of kid-friendly programs that include instruction and competition designed specifically for their level of play.

Residents rave about the oceanfront facilities, the convenience, and the tennis staff.

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