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Fort Myers, FL

The Club at Renaissance

Named as one of the Top 40 New Courses in 2005, The Club at Renaissance’s championship golf course was designed by Arthur Hills. The 36,000-square-foot Mediterranean-style clubhouse and Spa & Fitness complex were designed by David Humphrey, the Naples architect who also designed Grey Oaks, Bears Paw, and numerous other top clubhouses. Renaissance has garnered accolades for its architecture and design, along with its unique 18-hole, par 3 short course (dubbed “The 54”) woven throughout the existing par-72 layout.

The Club at Renaissance Clubhouse

The Club at Renaissance’s Partnership with Concert Golf

In 2022, Concert Golf Partners announced the acquisition of its 27th private club, The Club at Renaissance from the Worthington Group partnership. Worthington Group developed this prestigious, low-density gated community in 2003 with 386 homesites on over 500 acres.

The Club at Renaissance has been thriving and debt-free for most of its 20+ year existence, anchoring a successful residential community that is nearly sold out. The past few years have set records for club membership and revenues, while the developer group has sought to maintain its exclusive feel and to continue investing in the amenities of the club. In 2020, Worthington unveiled “Renaissance 2.0,” a club-wide overhaul, which included a new pool bar and outdoor dining patio, golf performance academy, fire pit, bocce ball, pickleball courts and more.

“As we contemplated the forthcoming capital investments, coupled with the fact that we were approaching sell out of the real estate–we re-engaged with the team at Concert Golf after having been introduced a few years earlier by a private club consultant,”

Jeff Darragh, founder and partner.

This acquisition continues the recent trend from Concert Golf of partnering with developers and private owners to acquire highly successful clubs and ensure that the club will thrive for years to come.

Immediate Impact

By joining Concert Golf’s network of elite clubs, The Club at Renaissance could:

  • Gain access to best-in-class training for staff
  • Have opportunities for professional development
  • Continue offering family-friendly events that align with their culture
  • Keep members informed on club happenings on social media