here at Broken Sound Club in Boca Raton, Florida, 2011 Champion
Tom Lehman is a favorite each year at The Old Course during the
PGA Champions Tour Allianz Championship. (All photos courtesy of Broken Sound Club)
CLUB: WHERE AVID GOLFERS LIVE & PLAY
Private Two Golf Club
Residential Community In Florida
by Bonnie S. Kaye
to the PGA Champions Tour Allianz Championship for the seventh
consecutive year, The Old Course at Broken Sound Club, one of
the premier residential communitys two golf courses, is
front and center once again in the first full-field tournament
in Februarys early season Florida swing. More than 70,000
spectators will be on-site as Corey Pavin hits the green to defend
his 2012 title and vie for the $1.8 million purse at the 2013
PGA Champions Tour tournament, one of the top-rated events on
the Tour. This years celebrated roster of golf legends
to triumph on this storied course includes 2011 champion Tom
Lehman (2011 and 2012 Charles Schwab Cup season-long points race
winner), 2010 champion Bernhard Langer, Hale Irwin, Mark Calcavecchia,
Fuzzy Zoeller, Nick Price, Tom Kite, Hale Irwin, Curtis Strange,
Peter Senior, Mark OMeara and Ben Crenshaw plus rookies
Steve Elkington and Rocco Mediate.
meant a lot to me to win here; this is probably my favorite course
on the tour, Corey Pavin shared with reporter Marci Shatzman
at this years Allianz Championship Media Day for her recent
article published in the Sun-Sentinel. He told her that it
plays tough and there are a lot of tricky shots. You have to
think your way around the course."
Allianz Championship By
400,000 Approximate number of Allianz
Championship spectators since 2007.
30,618 Number of holes of Championship
Play at the Allianz Championship since moving to Boca Raton seven
$1.8 million The total value of the tournaments
150 million Number of households reached
in 174 countries by Golf Channel coverage of the 2012 event.
2/3 Two of the past three Allianz
Championship Winners have gone on to win the year-long race for
the Charles Schwab Cup, leading the tournament to adopt the phrase
it all starts in Boca.
92% Amount of tournament materials
that were recycled as part of a ground-breaking green
initiative, making the Allianz Championship one of the most environmentally
friendly events of its kind.
$15 million Total economic impact the Allianz
Championship brings to the local area each year.
8 Number of major events
within the event as part of the week-long tournament schedule.
1 Number of beneficiaries of the
Allianz Championship; all net proceeds to benefit Boca Raton
all three Allianz Championship rounds televised live on the Golf
Channel, more than 150 million households from 174 countries
around the globe have witnessed some of the Champions Tour lore
on The Old Course in real time. Two of the past three winners
have gone on to win the year-long chase for the Charles Schwab
Cup Championship, leading the tournament to adopt the phrase
It all starts in Boca. The 2012 champion Corey Pavin
and 2010 Champion Bernhard Langer both hit signature shots during
their wins that have gone down as some of the most difficult
in Champions Tour history. Pavin, faced with an impossible lie
on a tree root, turned his 8-iron backward and chipped left-handed
over the cart path, uphill, rolling to within five feet on the
par-3 14th hole, en route to his first tournament victory in
more than five years. Langer, playing in his hometown of Boca
Raton, holed out for an eagle on the first playoff hole from
a bunker 45 feet away from the pin. Both player-challenging and
spectator-pleasing shots are brought up whenever the Allianz
Championship is mentioned and serve as a testament to the challenge
presented by The Old Course that even the pros sometimes
need a little magic to win here.
Old Course is certainly a jewel in the crown of the City of Boca
Raton," proclaimed Boca Raton Mayor Susan Whelchel. We are
pleased that it has been chosen by the PGA for seven consecutive
years, as millions of viewers are focused on the tournament and
Boca Raton and spectators from near and far visit the Allianz
GREAT TO LIVE & PLAY WHERE THE
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New $6 million poolscape and bistro is a true Oasis On The Green
with lap pool, kids pool area, heated whirlpool, contemporary
free-form pool with tropical style grotto, lush landscaping and
the PGA legends visit once a year, the avid golfers who call
Broken Sound Club home enjoy their own personal celebrated moments
all year round on the green right in their own rare, private
two-club golf community. Living in a community with
the prestigious 5-Star Platinum Club of America designation awarded
to only 150 out of 5,000 private clubs in the country -- with
its recently completed extensive two-acre, $6 million resort-style
poolscape and bistro and new $7 million spa and fitness center
set to open just before Valentines Day -- offers serious
golf play each and every day.
love the opportunity to be members of two world-class courses
with two clubhouses within minutes of their home and minutes
from each other, notes Broken Sound Club President Ivan
Snyder who joined 20 years ago when he moved with his wife Irene
from Denville, New Jersey. When avid golfers are choosing
where to live in South Florida, having a two-club lifestyle is
a real game-changer for those from the Northeast
and Midwest who are buying a second home in Florida with plans
to eventually transition to full-time residency, or for those
living inside or outside of South Florida who are making year-round
relocation. Many of our members are or have been longtime members
of golf clubs in Chicago, Bloomfield Hill, Philadelphia, Boston,
Baltimore/D.C., Long Island Montreal and Toronto who want a similar
experience when they buy a home in Florida.
winning shot at the 2010 Allianz Championship at The Old Course
golf course has its own signature features, challenges, pros,
programs and clubhouse facilities, including mens and womens
locker rooms, pro shops, indoor and outdoor terrace dining options,
and of course 19th holes. He added You can play one course
in the morning, tee up at the other in the afternoon
then catch ESPN or the Golf Channel with your foursome as you
enjoy a drink at the bar followed by dinner in the club dining
With both Broken Sound courses
Audubon Sanctuary Certified, on any given day, golfers can get
a glimpse of a variety of endangered and protected birds.
both Broken Sound courses Audubon Sanctuary Certified, on any
given day, golfers get a glimpse of a variety of endangered and
protected birds. Recent sightings included the Red Crowned Parrot
from Mexico (75 to 100 of them last year were spotted on The
Old Course over a couple of weeks); Western Spindalis (Part of
the Tanager Family); Ruby Throated Hummingbirds; Bananaquits
(adult male) to the majestic American Bald Eagle.
THE OLD COURSE - EXPERIENCE
THE PURE GOLF ENVIRONMENT
PGA Champions Tour action,
like this shot by Mark Calcavecchia, is televised live from The
Old Course on the Golf Channel to 170+ million households around
host to the PGA Champions Tour event, The Old Course at Broken
Sound has seen universal acclaim from the worlds best players.
Those that play the eminent course discover the natural beauty
of South Florida at its best through a landscape of woods, stone
bridges, lakes and lagoons for an experience reminiscent of courses
in Pinehurst, North Carolina. Generous rolling fairways, elevated
greens, sculpted bunkers and an abundance of trees unique to
South Florida are all incorporated into this 18-hole Joe Lee
designed classic that tees up 110 acres of grass, the largest
stand of natural Florida maple trees in the county, and 30-40
acres of lakes. Gene Batess 2002 renovation gave the 6,800-yard,
par-72 course more water, while infusing a look very uncharacteristic
of South Florida golf courses.
away in an oak-lined setting just a few minutes from Broken Sound
Clubs gates, The Old Course is a golfers sanctuary
with the camaraderie and ambiance found in a traditional golf
club in an unexpected private place. Members will say the limited
membership to this course is as much a family as a private club.
is the most peaceful setting Ive ever worked in the middle
of one of the fastest growing areas in the country, noted
Joe Lee upon completion of the course. The only sound that broke
the silence was the sound of a golfer swinging his club. Hence
the name, Broken Sound, was created.
Corey Pavin up close
and personal with his caddie at the 2012 Allianz Championship
look for a challenge, whether it's the Club player or members
of the Champions Tour, and The Old Course presents that challenge
with a group of par-3s that rival any throughout Florida,
notes Sirius XM Radio Host Howard David who moved from Long Island
to Broken Sound with his wife Phyllis 11 years ago. It
doesn't stop there. Its a course with island greens that
will test all handicap levels and perhaps the finest greens in
all of Palm Beach County. As a member, it's a joy to play."
of Golf John Skaf concurs. The course has a beautiful natural
look with many native grasses. There are no concrete cart paths,
only those made of natural coquina shell.
shapes of the ragged edges and design of the bunkers give it
an Old World feel from the early 1920s and 1930s, and although
it has very small undulations compared to most clubs around,
the greens have been voted the best greens on the Champions Tour
by officials the past several years. They are consistent and
fast while also looking healthy.
purists love the intimacy they find here, noted Old Course
member Phil Karp who moved from New York with his wife Paula
20 years ago. Its a rarity in southern Florida to
have a private course and not find a single home on the golf
course. When you add in a world-class range and practice area,
this is a golfers dream.
dentist Dr. Larry Moses added that The Old Course at Broken Sound
provides a memorable experience every time you play it. Allianz
Championship champions Corey Pavin and Bernhardt Langer certainly
had some of their own celebrated historic PGA Tour moments on
our course and love returning each year.
course challenges you stroke by stroke; its varied elevations
and chiseled bunkers fulfills the needs of the die-hard golfer,
noted Terry Baltimore who moved from Harveys Lake, Pennsylvania
19 years ago with his wife Soni. With all the native flora,
fauna and wildlife, the experience is peerlessly tranquil and
noted that The Old Course presents a challenge for golfers of
all skill levels, and members will tell you there is nothing
like finishing a round and heading inside the magnificent 35,000-square-foot
clubhouse with friends.
my career, I have traveled around the country and played many
courses, but I always love coming home to The Old Course, my
course and club, notes Sportscaster Dick Stockton who has
been a member for 19 years.
To date the best score
on The Old Course at Broken Sound Club was by Craig Stadler who
shot 63 in the 2007 Allianz Championship
Skaf reported that to date the best score on this course was
by Craig Stadler who shot 63 in the 2007 Allianz Championship,
the most memorable moment he recalls at The Old Course was on
May 7, 2009 when there were three holes-in-one on three different
par-3s by three different club members within four hours of each
other. This was one incredible feat.
who has also teed-up Greg Norman, Arnold Palmer and Lee Trevino
to take on The Old Course challenge, notes:
- Every hole is unique and looks
completely different. It is located in the middle of the City,
has no homes and resembles a northern look that is very untypical
- The best way to tackle this
course is to avoid the fairway bunkering and to choose the proper
club to get the correct distance required to hit the elevated
- The most challenging hole for
skilled golfers on this course is #9, which along with #12 averaged
the highest over par on a southern wind in the Allianz Champions
event. This hole is extremely difficult off the tee with out-of-bounds
right and water protecting the left side of the fairway. It measures
453 yards from the back tee and once a golfer gets lucky with
the tee shot, their second shot is long and requires an uphill
shot with forced carry. This hole plays over par in every event
the Club hosts. Other challenging contenders are holes #2, #6,
#12, #13, #14, and #15.
- The recreational golfer will
be pleased to find that there are only a small number of forced
carries to get the tee shot in play.
- The golf course does not favor
either a righty or lefty. The course requires finesse as most
of the greens are elevated and requires a great touch with the
- His personal favorite hole is
#15. When a golfer stands on the tee, you would not know you
are in Florida. There is a beautiful Oak that defines the left
side of the fairway and tough attributes to challenge all qualities
of players. The approach shot is to a mounded elevated green
surrounded by trees.
- Members personal favorite hole
is #7, the most photographed hole at Broken Sound. This hole
is a drivable par 4 for many; it has an instant risk or reward
temptation from off the tee. It is drivable, but any wayward
shot can end up in a hazard on both sides of the hole, water
or sand or even over the green as the big hitters find out. It
is very exciting to them to take on the challenge.
The Club Course is steps
from residents front door: the reason golfers move to Florida.
THE CLUB COURSE -THE VERY REASON WHY
PEOPLE MOVE TO FLORIDA
Where Your Drive On The First Hole May Be Longer Than Your Drive
from ones front door, Broken Sounds Club Course was
designed by Joe Lee in 1985 and renovated in 2002 by renowned
Golf Course Designer Gene Bates, and is a challenging course
for golfers of all skill levels. Featuring 140 acres of turf
with another 79 acres of lakes, the 18-hole landscape plays over
6,800 yards from the Championship tee with a par of 72. This
world-class course, winding throughout the Broken Sound community,
is surrounded by the natural beauty and wildlife of South Florida
and features generous lush fairways, elevated Tif-eagle greens,
tropical atmosphere, and large sculpted, intimidating bunkers
that challenge beginning or expert golfers at every level of
Clubs on-site Golf Academy includes instructional resources
with lessons available from seven professionals, personalized
video system and clinics throughout the year on its spacious
driving range and practice area. Playing up to the clubhouse
on the Clubs signature 18th hole, golfers finish on a beautiful
island green setting.
of Golf at the Club Course Scott Feller noted the beauty of the
Club Course is well known throughout the Palm Beach County area.
Our members are very proud of the excellent condition and
beauty of the golf course that is lush with large undulating
greens and lavish flower beds, not easily found in the area.
The diverse wildlife, predominately birds with the occasional
otter, is quite the attraction outside of the course itself.
immaculate, well-manicured course is the ideal place to meet
friends, make memories and
brag a little, said Harvey
Rosenkrantz, an insurance broker from Wayne, New Jersey who has
spent winters here with his wife Marcia since 2001 and plans
to transition to full-time in the next few years. I spend
a lot of time getting tips from the on-site teaching pros; I
like surprising my friends at my golf club in New Jersey with
my new edge in my swing.
- Recreational golfers will find
there are two holes that do not have greenside bunkers. The fairway
runs up to the center of every hole except the signature par-3,
12th hole. This allows players the opportunity to run the ball
up as long as they can keep it in the middle of the fairway.
- Most challenging hole is the
#9. It is a reachable par 5 for the longer hitter, often playing
down wind. After a good tee shot, golfers must decide if they
are going to lay-up or go for the green in two. If they decide
to lay-up, they must choose their yardage carefully to ensure
they carry the small lake in front of the lay-up area, avoid
the two fairway bunkers on the right and hit it short of the
water in front of the green. If they decide to go for the green,
it is a forced carry over water all the way. There is a small
bail-out area to the right of the green, but it does not leave
an easy chip shot. Par is always a good score on the 9th hole.
- Best way to tackle the course
is to keep the ball in the fairway off the tee. If a player finds
himself or herself in the thick rough, it can certainly cost
even the best of players a stroke. Using the 3 wood on some of
the shorter par-4s for accuracy is always a smart strategy.
- The golf course favors a right-handed
player. There is water on the left-hand side on 10 of the 18
holes. Long hitters will always find a nice advantage on the
par-3s as well as the par-5s. However, finesse is required around
the greens as there are only two holes without a greenside bunker.
- His favorite hole is #18. It
is a beautiful finishing hole and most photographed. The approach
shot is hit to an island green with beautiful landscaping and
the clubhouse in the background.
- Members favorite hole is #3
is an average length par-3. Water runs down the left side, but
there is still room to miss the green left. It has all of the
beautiful features of Florida golf (water, palm trees and a bunker)
without the difficulty that most holes have.
- Best Score: 65
in with his favorite holes, Director of Maintenance Joe Hubbard
who has been at Broken Sound since 2004 shares that for
aesthetics, holes #1 and #18, and for playability holes #11 and
#17. You get that natural beauty on #1 and on #18 as you come
into the island green with landscaping all around and a view
of the clubhouse. It has the "wow" factor as the player
contemplates his/her treacherous shot over water. Holes #11 and
#17 can be played with a fade or draw or straight, but into two
beautifully laid-out greens with some character to them. They
are fair tests of any golfer.
With 140 acres of turf
and another 79 acres of lakes, the 18-hole landscape at the Club
Course plays over 6,800 yards from the Championship tee with
a par of 72.
SERIOUSLY GREEN ABOUT THE GREEN
Sound Club takes its mission seriously regarding environmental
sustainability and has led the club industry in green
is only the second golf facility in the U.S. and 14th in the
world to be GEO Certified the sustainability assurance
of the international Golf Environment Organization, an international
non-profit dedicated to supporting sustainability in the sport
of golf. Bringing clear insight, guidance and golf's most constructive,
credible and comprehensive certifications, GEO is a leading resource
for sustainable golf solutions.
Smith, the Scotland-based CEO of GEO noted that the management
team at Broken Sound has demonstrated how every golf club can
transition to increasingly sustainable practices -- even in relatively
vision, commitment and teamwork have reduced resource consumption
as they gradually naturalize the golf courses, Smith continued.
Their flagship composting and water treatment projects
will have tremendous added benefits for the club and the local
community and demonstrate both innovation and determination to
make a significant difference.
Sound has received Audubon Sanctuary Certification for both of
its golf courses, reclaimed water for its golf courses and common
areas, and established the first industrial composting project
in Florida. It also received honors from the Florida Department
of Environmental Protection for recycling 92 percent of its waste
about three times the statewide recycling rate for the
commercial sector - and was a Green Corporate Citizen award finalist
at the Corporate Recycling and Waste Conference.
investing in the composting machines and staff to convert leftovers
and course wood into compost that can be spread on the fairway,
John Crean, CCE, the Club's General Manager and Chief Operating
Officer, declares the Clubs trailblazing recycling/sustainability
plan a tremendous success. In an article published in the Sun-Sentinel,
he reported that not only are things looking greener, but
the Club has been able to reduce its use of pesticides and petroleum-based
fertilizer that can cause water contamination. When you get an
opportunity to protect the environment and make dollars, that's
something that I'm going to do every day.
up with Allianz tournament leadership that launched a major green
initiative in 2012 when it retained the Smart Group, an organization
of ecologists, scientists and educators and academic researchers,
the Allianz Championship became one of the most environmentally-friendly
events of its kind and the greenest PGA tournament
with 92 percent of tournament materials recycled.
Broken Sound is light years ahead in the green space
from other golf communities, we were able to trail blaze in the
golf space during our 2012 tournament, noted
Allianz Championship Tournament Director Ryan Dillon. The
collaboration was peerless in the tournament community, and we
look forward to reducing more of our carbon footprint and increasing
recycling percentages in February 2013.
Broken Sound features
27 lushly landscaped intimate residential villages, each with
its own character, just a short cart ride from the main clubhouse.
AVID GOLFERS WILL TELL YOU
Why LIVE LIFE Anywhere Else?
exquisite custom estate homes, villas, patio homes to town homes
and luxury condominiums in 27 lushly landscaped intimate residential
villages, each with its own character, more than 1,600 residences
are just minutes away from the main country club clubhouse boasting
choices of indoor and outdoor dining, poolscape and bistro, club
golf courses, a spa and fitness center and 23 tennis courts.
At Broken Sound, your
home life, sporting life and social life complement each other
With the native flora, fauna and wildlife
at the Certified Audubon Sanctuary, the Old Course experience
at Broken Sound Club is peerlessly tranquil and serene.
a warm, inviting place where friendships are made and last for
a lifetime, shared Cindy Braun who has lived at Broken
Sound Club with her husband, internist and caridologist Dr. Jeffrey
Braun for 24 years where they raised five children and she chairs
the tennis committee.
youre on the golf course or on the tennis court, playing
cards, at a cocktail party or a barbecue, participating in some
of the hundreds of activities scheduled each month, you always
feel welcome. Your home life, your sporting life and your social
life complement each other perfectly, and new and rewarding experiences
are always just around the corner.
Paul Budin, who he and his wife Andrea have called Broken Sound
home since 1999, added that as much as I love living inside
Broken Sound, I know I am just moments away from an exciting
world of art and culture, including museums and annual arts festivals
and special events, concerts, universities and theater mixed
with the finest restaurants, movies and nightlife, shopping and
recreation. My friends, family and I will feel right at home
wherever we are in Boca Raton, Palm Beach County and South
travel quite a bit for business and vacation, and so having convenient
access to three international airports plus a private airport
in Boca Raton just minutes from my home was key in my decision
to move to Broken Sound, shared Mark Salomon, a real estate
developer from Athens, New York who has been living at Broken
Sound for 10 years with his wife Patricia. I also like
that we have all A-rated elementary, middle and high schools
within a few miles.
Tucked away in an oak-lined
setting just a few minutes from Broken Sound Clubs gates,
The Old Course is a golfers sanctuary with the camaraderie
and ambiance found in a traditional golf club in an unexpected
$6 MILLION+ TRANSFORMATION MAKES NEW
POOLSCAPE AND BISTRO A TRUE OASIS ON THE GREEN AT
MAIN COUNTRY CLUB
Main Clubhouse dining room
overlooks the green.
and guests at Broken Sound Club recently celebrated the Clubs
newly completed extensive two-acre, resort-style poolscape and
Bistro oasis, the most recent phase of a $6 million expansion
spearheaded by the Club, designed by Peacock + Lewis Architects
and constructed by The Weitz Company. It follows the Clubs
last $13 million enhancement completed in 2011 that included
the addition of a new clubhouse wing and upgrades to the design
Sounds new expansive poolscape includes a five-lane lap
pool, kids pool area, heated whirlpool and a contemporary
free-form pool accented with a tropical style grotto, lush landscaping
and waterfalls. The 254 Valencia-style chaise lounges surround
the entire pool area complementing the luxurious ambiance of
the new facility.
Crean, CCE, General Manager and Chief Operating Officer refers
to the childrens area as the Disney Waterpark of
Boca Raton. The space consists of a water slide, a splash
pad and a jungle gym.
was once the Pool Bar has been transformed into The
Bistro, a casual 4,000-square-foot restaurant with an outdoor
terrace featuring both bar and table seating, three 70-inch and
two 52-inch flat screen LED TVs, Wi-Fi, Bose Surround Sound and
a top shelf bar. The interior showcases an ultimate avant-garde
design with an open plan kitchen and a variety of seating options
including banquettes, bar seating and tables overlooking the
pool deck. With a display grand enough to compete with a full-service
yogurt store, The Bistro serves up a selection of nine flavored
frozen yogurts with 30 topping choices at its self-serve yogurt
SPA & FITNESS CENTER 2013 DEBUT
final phase of the renovations will conclude with the grand opening
of a new 35,000-square-foot spa and fitness facility in February
2013. Named The Retreat, the spa was conceptualized
by Peacock + Lewis Architects, constructed by The Weitz Company,
and treatment concepts and protocols, product selection, and
operational fluidity created by American Leisure that has developed
and managed spa programs for the Spa at Fisher Island, Spa at
Williams Island in North Miami, The Spa at the landmark Plaza
Athenee, NYC and Setai Club & Spa, Wall Street. To offer
a diverse menu of services and treatments, American Leisure is
creating signature massages, facials, and wraps using cutting-edge
esthetics equipment for women as well as a special mens
only spa treatment and services menu that includes traditional
barber service and manicure and pedicure options.
women there is a salon with stylist, a hair blow dry bar and
manicure and pedicure treatments will feature the Blend Bar Mix
Station where every guest designs and creates their own exfoliating
Body Scrub and Whipped Body Crème using all natural, vitamin-rich
grape seed oil based ingredients and high quality aroma oils
for the ultimate handcrafted body product. A choice of six aromas
at the Blend Bar, including the signature, Broken Sound Silk
made with Lemongrass and Eucalyptus.
outside the door of the spa within the 35,000-square-foot building,
is the new fitness center offering the latest in fitness equipment,
scheduled aerobics classes and by-appointment private training
sessions, a dedicated Pilates area, and a state-of-the-art spin
room with interactive video that would rival any area residential
FOR THE YOUNG SET
and grandparents love the convenience of having on-site childrens
golf, tennis, basketball and swim programs for youngsters, tweens
and teens. The after-school, holiday and summer programs, along
with one-on-one personal instruction, are very popular.
Broken Sound is a designated
prestigious 5-Star Platinum Club of America; a recognition awarded
to only 150 out of 5,000 private clubs in the country.
FROM THE TOP
the trailblazing lead behind the major developments at Broken
Sound Club, is known throughout the community and club industry
for his commitment to sustainability and for leading Broken Sound
to the prestigious Five-Star Platinum Club of America status.
Born during the Generation X period, General Manager Crean understands
the significance of embracing and responding to evolving demographic
trends when attracting prospective members and retaining current
ones, the lifeblood of any private country club.
Sound has always focused on delivering high quality and valuable
experiences to its membership, noted Crean. By utilizing
new initiatives, social and recreational programming, technologies
and services, and maintaining the culture of a community
lifestyle, the Club remains relevant and enviously financially
stable enabling us to take advantage of opportunities that best
serve our members.
Crean declared, the best part of Broken Sound is that members
enjoy all of the prestige they desire in a private golf club
community without any pretense. From the first visit, you know
we are the friendly club!
Sound Club is located at 2401 Willow Springs Drive, Boca Raton,
Florida 33496. For information on Broken Sound Club, its residential
villages, and club membership program and to arrange a member
for the day opportunity available exclusively for Florida
Golf Magazine readers, please contact Maureen Schreiber,
Director of Membership at (561) 241-6820, or Maureen_Schreiber@BrokenSoundClub.Org.