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The Vintage Club - A State of Mind

The Vintage Club is more than a place—it’s a state of mind, imparting a celebrated tradition of luxury and geniality that members have treasured since the Club’s earliest beginnings.

The Club comprises a remarkable membership with a shared generosity of spirit that makes new members feel immediately at home. Vintage Club members often enjoy similar interests, backgrounds and lifestyles. Many belong to prestigious organizations like the Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans, have earned lifetime achievement awards within their profession, and yet remain modest and low-key about their accomplishments.

Family life flourishes at The Vintage Club. Members’ children and grandchildren maintain unforgettable memories of “growing up” in the community and often return as adults to carry on the membership tradition.

Vintage Club staff embody the community’s enduring hallmark of excellence, acquainting themselves with every member to provide service with the utmost personal attention.

In 1978, Vintage Club co-developer Mick Humphreys flew from California to Florida to meet with prolific golf course designer Tom Fazio. Along with a brilliant core team of advisors, this dynamic duo set the stage for an ultra-exclusive world-class golf environment. They also set the tone for The Vintage Club member experience—a pervasive spirit of easy camaraderie within a relaxed, resort-style atmosphere.

The Vintage Club officially opened in 1980, quickly accumulating awards and accolades with the unveiling of the championship 18-hole Mountain Course. A four-year span saw the completion of the Desert Course, 500 luxury residences, and stunning modernist clubhouse beneath the transcendent skyline of the majestic Santa Rosa Mountains.

The inaugural Vintage Invitational, a precursor to the PGA Senior Tour, made its debut in 1981 attracting the likes of Arnold Palmer, Don January, Sam Snead, Bobby Locke, and many more legends of golf.


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