The natural beauty and rolling terrain of the Fazio course at Old Trail has drawn players of all levels for the past two decades. Built in 1985 by renowned golf course architect Tom Fazio, the course has been host to USGA Qualifiers, Florida State and Palm Beach County Amateur Championships as well as many professional events. This resume has earned the Fazio course its reputation as the championship venue at Jonathan's Landing Golf Club. Renovations in 2005 and 2008 have seen new TifEagle greens and "Celebration" fairways installed to enhance an already pristine track. Don't let the serenity of the “hidden gem” distract you from this true test of golf.
A large fairway bunker left and mounds to the right are the main features on the medium length-starting hole. The green, protected by a deep bunker left, offers one of the few birdie opportunities in the opening holes.
Look left or right for a good tee shot here. A large mound splits a generous fairway demanding the player choose a line from which to approach this relatively flat green.
A beautiful wooden causeway carries players to this pine tree lined par 3. Avoiding the large bunkers right of the green is the key to scoring here.
A placed tee shot is essential on this intimidating dogleg left. The approach to the green requires great accuracy to avoid water on the left and the deep bunker on the right.
Don’t be fooled by the yardage on the scorecard, this par 3 features a narrow green and deep greenside bunkers. Good distance control is a must here.
With water right and dense woods left, players face a tough start to the longest par 5 on the golf course. Winding gradually to the right, the approach to this green is equally as tough as the tee shot. Deep bunkers guard the right side of this small sloping green where even the strongest of players are content with par.
The major feature of this picturesque par 4 is the bunker and lake spanning the left side. Although short in length this tricky hole may be the most memorable of the front nine.
This par 4 is highlighted by a narrow approach to a green surrounded by deep bunkers. Players missing the fairway off the tee will find this long hole difficult to negotiate.
The front nine winds to a close with the striking par 5 that stretches around wetlands back to the clubhouse. After avoiding water that consumes the left side, a deep bunker awaits shots falling short of the small green.
With a generous fairway and long narrow green avoiding the 50-yard long bunker left off the tee is the key to this hole. The deep narrow green calls for an accurate and well judged approach.
Another short, but impressive par 4. This hole features a green elevated twenty-five feet above the fairway and wetlands flanking the right side. Hitting the green is imperative, as any missing shot will leave the player a treacherous chip.
A slightly elevated tee allows the player a good view of this medium length par 4. Avoiding the long bunker and hazard right of the fairway is the key to a birdie chance on this hole.
The most notable feature on the first par 5 of the inward nine is a lake extending 350 yards down the left side. After covering the considerable length of this hole, players face a small, well-bunkered green.
The longest of the par 3’s at 217 yards, any shot on the green is good here. Players of any level will be delighted with a 3 on this hole.
A drive through a chute of pine trees onto a fairway surrounded by Palmetto stands and woodlands faces players on the last par 5. Approach shots must carry water and a deep greenside bunker to reach this small undulating green.
A large green fronted by bunkers awaits players at this par 3. The 35- yard wide tee box offers endless options for setting up this last legitimate birdie chance.
A hole worthy of a place on any golf course, the 17th hole offers little hope to those looking for an easy finish. A combination of two long shots will lead you onto a green that is well protected by a pot bunker on the left and long bunker and water on the right.
From an elevated tee players face large mounds and a deep bunker left and fairway bunkers right. At 455 yards, a good drive is essential in managing this hole. Should you avoid the bunker right, the largest green on the course awaits players at the home hole.
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Jonathan’s Landing boasts three championship golf courses in Palm Beach County: The Village, The Fazio and The Hills. All three offer meticulously manicured greens surrounded by the natural beauty of landscapes that have made Jonathan’s Landing highly acclaimed and sought after.
Jonathan’s Landing is an upscale residential community in picturesque Jupiter, Florida.
Just minutes from Palm Beach International Airport, this premier golf and boating community
offers unparalleled sports and fitness amenities, spectacular views along the stunning
Intracoastal Waterway, and exciting social events that will fill your days and evenings.