Since retiring, Michael Jordan has taken part in an enormous number of business endeavors and projects, from opening elite steakhouses to backing high-level motorcycle racing teams to outright purchasing an NBA team. Most recently, alongside announcing his acquisition of a NASCAR team, the six-time Finals MVP and NBA Champion has announced the opening of a new, highly-exclusive private golf course christened the “Grove XXIII.”
After the announcement of the course was first made in 2018, the 18-hole facility is now finally open to the public, and from what we can gather, it appears to have been well worth the wait. Nestled just off the eastern coast of Florida, roughly half-an-hour north of West Palm Beach, the “Grove XXIII” boasts a main clubhouse with a design that was inspired by the movement and motion of a golf swing. Owned by the sports legend himself, the sprawling facility also includes a pristine, full 18-hole course, a gatehouse, a practice range, and a training facility, as well as a thoroughly modern on-course hospitality service that features drinks that are delivered via drone. Membership is reportedly limited to under 100, though if you’re interested in becoming one of the Grove XXIII’s lucky few members, you can check out the link below for more info.
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