The Seagate Country Club is a world-class golf and country club featuring one of the finest championship golf courses in all of Palm Beach County. The club and its recently restored course are now open to members and hotel guests of The Seagate Hotel & Spa for the first time in 40 years.
In 2012, Seagate Hospitality Group, operators of The Seagate Hotel & Spa, The Seagate Beach Club, The Seagate Country Club, The Seagate Yacht Club, and The Seagate Residences, acquired the club formerly known as Hamlet Country Club. Noted golf architect, Joe Lee, originally designed the 18-hole champion-style course. Gene Bates, of Bates Golf Design Group, directed the recent restoration, with consultation from PGA Tour golfer, Jeff Sluman.
The new practice facility features a fully outfitted driving range with ProV1 golf balls, putting green, short game pitching and bunker areas, as well as a staff of international and domestic PGA professionals. Additionally, The Seagate Country Club features a full-service clubhouse, fitness center, pool, Har-Tru tennis courts, casual and fine dining, and banquet space for special events.
As a member of Preferred Golf, an esteemed collection of the finest golf resorts around the world, The Seagate Country Club has hosted many noteworthy golfing events over the years. Recent events include a regional U.S. Open Qualifier in May 2014. In October 2014, the club hosted the FSGA’s Florida Cup, a Ryder Cup–style event for the state’s best mid-amateur players.
The Seagate Country Club was the proud host of the LPGA Legends Tour in 2014, 2015, and 2016.
Many accomplished golfers have played these links over the decades, including Bob Toski, Jim Flick, and Jack Nicklaus, a charter member, as well as LPGA Hall of Famers Beth Daniel and Hollis Stacey. Retired major leaguers Mickey Mantle and Whitey Ford frequented the fairways here, and CBS golf analyst Peter Kostis once served as the club’s bag room attendant. Current players include PGA Tour player, David Graham, Champions Tour players, Jeff Sluman, Bernard Langer, David Frost, and Brad Faxon, and LPGA Hall of Famers Sally Little and Jane Blaylock.