Michael Jordan has opened the Grove XXIII, his state-of-the-art private golf course. Named after his iconic number from the Chicago Bulls, this sophisticated high tech luxury course provides a new experience for those who visit, but access is quite limited.

Located in Hobe Sound, Florida, its futuristic clubhouse was designed by the NBWW architectural firm and consists of a Private 18-hole golf course, main clubhouse, gatehouse, practice range and learning facility. There’s also an on-course shelter and hospitality. Players can enjoy the 15,000 square foot clubhouse, while also take advantage of the men’s and women’s locker rooms, several lounge areas and a golf pro shop.

But speaking of high-tech, lately, videos have emerged of how food and drink orders are delivered at this new ultra-chic golf club. Drones deliver snacks throughout the day, along with alcoholic drinks to members on premise, regardless of your progress on the course.

 

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The Grove XXIII is a super-exclusive club, however, with just under 100 members and getting access to play 18 holes will be quite a challenge unless you are invited.

For more information visit Nichol Sarch on the design concept that inspired the contemporary form of the main clubhouse’s architecture.

In other news, the Jordan 5 Low Golfs are releasing in a Black/Metallic colorway.

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