We enjoyed reading the recent Wall Street Journal article (“In Real Estate, Golf Ups Its Game”) about how private golf club developers are evolving well beyond golf as the primary reason people move into golf-themed communities. Health and family lifestyle decisions are adding a whole new level of feature-rich amenities and services for prospective residents to consider when determining where they want to live and play.

In the words of The Journal:

“Bluejack National, a 755-acre luxury golf community scheduled to open in the fall, features the first Tiger Woods-designed golf course in the country. But the development—where homes will range from the mid-$300,000s to nearly $1.5 million—will also include orchards and gardens, a movie theater, bowling alley, skate park, miniature Fenway Park, 7-mile trail system and stocked fishing ponds.”

Golf communities aren’t just about golf. Bluejack National is providing the ideal setting for you and your family to enjoy all that life has to offer.