Greg Norman.

The Legendary Shark.

Greg Norman has lived in Hobe Sound since 1991. When he moved to the area more than two decades ago, he saw a need for a private, exclusive, world-class development that offered a pure golf experience. In 1992 he joined forces with the legendary Pete Dye to design his first course, Medalist Golf Club, under the Greg Norman Golf Course Design moniker.

They worked together on the concept, routing and layout for the course to resemble Royal Melbourne in Australia. The finished product was a one-of-a-kind masterpiece with firm, fast greens featuring the best conditions and playability in Palm Beach.

Medalist Village Golf Club

Norman originally purchased enough land to build 36 holes, but sold a large portion to the state government for environmental and ecological protection. As a result, Medalist Village now boasts 870 acres of untouched preserve which is a hallmark of the community.

Norman decided to use the remaining land to build out an exclusive, high-end residential development and adjoining par-3 12-hole course that mirrors the design of original Medalist Golf Club. Unbeknownst to him at the time, this model served as a catalyst and blueprint for all of the other high-end golf communities in Martin County, setting the stage for the Bear’s Club, McArthur and Floridian among many others.

"Medalist Village is somewhere that I can enjoy spending time with my friends and family whether at the Aussie Pub, spa or out on the Par-3. It offers privacy, a haven for relaxation, and the members provide a sense of community not often found in other clubs." - Greg Norman

Greg Norman at Medalist Village

The Medalist Village has been a labor of love, as Greg Norman has been intimately involved from day one, every step of the way. He and his family continue to frequent the club and use all its amenities including weekly dinners at the Aussie Pub, practice sessions on the par-3 and spa appointments at the wellness center.

Greg Norman invites you to experience his home away from home and become part of the family at the Medalist Village.