Grande Oaks is a private golf club nestled in a quiet corner of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Our private club offers a refuge for our members who enjoy unparalleled service and uncompromising quality in a world of private luxury. Although it was not yet a private golf club, for many of South Florida's social elite, it was the place to be seen. It wasn't until , when the Club was purchased by entrepreneur and avid golfer Wayne Huizenga, that Grande Oaks was born. Built on acres of the original acre property, Grande Oaks Golf Club retains much of the charm inherited from Rolling Hills, including a grove of old-growth oaks, and the feeling of quiet seclusion that washes over you the moment you pass through our gates.
My golf ball probably thinks I'm a real dick. Constantly screaming obscenities at it, giving it corrective life advice way after it's time to do anything about it, constantly telling it to go to it's home only to take it right back out to go back to work again. For Bonnie the game can be exhausting. Finely getting out golfing, woohoo! Beautiful hot day, with sister Peggy Pierce and Mike Pierce. Jump to.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida. About Ft. If you take a Las Olas River Cruise, you can expect a wide arrangement of food, drinks, and taking in the magnificent waterfront views of Fort Lauderdale. If you want to experience some golf history, head over to the Grande Oaks Golf Club.
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