Boca Raton Golf and Racquet Club FAQ
PLEASE NOTE: As the Boca Raton Golf and Racquet Club is an ongoing project, please keep in mind that information is continuously changing and will be updated accordingly.
- When will the golf course open at BRGRC?
The golf course will open November 1, 2021.
- What are the proposed rates for the golf course?
Rates can be found on the rates webpage.
- Will there be a nine-hole executive golf course?
Staff is investigating options for integrating a nine-hole executive course into the existing golf course.
- Will BGT residents have City resident rates at the BRGRC golf course?
- What amenities will eventually be available for use at BRGRC?
The renovated BRGRC will have meeting and banquet space, a restaurant, an 18-hole public golf course, and a racquet center with tennis and pickleball courts -- all available to the residents of Boca Raton and the homeowners of the Boca Golf and Tennis Community.
- Will there be memberships associated with BRGRC or any of its amenities (like what was available with the former country club)?
No, the BRGRC will be a public facility, open to all members of the public.
- Will there be additional security at the BRGRC?
Yes, there will be additional rangers at the BRGRC, the perimeter fencing will be repaired, and new cameras will be installed.
- Will there be a new entrance into BRGRC?
The City has been in discussion with the Boca Golf and Tennis (BGT) Property Owner Association regarding options for a new entrance to access the Boca Raton Golf & Racquet Club. The proposed entrance would be located on Congress Avenue north of the BGT entrance. Details are still being reviewed.
- Will the City rezone BRGRC into park land?
The City does not have any plans to rezone the BRGRC.
- Will BGT residents be annexed into the City?
City Council could direct staff to move forward with annexation. However, a preliminary analysis provided to the BGT community and City Council determined that the costs of providing public safety and other services for the BGT community and Costco would be less than the additional property taxes and other revenues, resulting in a net loss to the City.
- How can I get more information regarding the BRGRC and the transition to City operations?
Information and updates will be provided on myboca.us/BRGRC. For any additional questions, please contact Jason Hayes, Club Manager at email@example.com.