Jupiter Hills gets two USGA championships; LPGA headed to Black Desert Resort Golf Course
Black Desert Resort Golf Course: Ivins, Utah, course is named the future host of a yet-to-be-determined LPGA Tour competition in 2025. Tom Weiskopf, in collaboration with architect Phil Smith, designed the par-72 course.
USGA: Announces Jupiter Hills Club, in Tequesta, Florida, as the host site for two USGA championships — the 2027 U.S. Mid-Amateur and the 2032 U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur. This will be the third and fourth USGA championships held at the course, which was designed by George Fazio and opened for play in 1970.
Golf Coaches Association of America, Nicklaus Companies: Extend their agreement to honor the top NCAA Division I, II, III, NAIA and NJCAA golfers with the Jack Nicklaus Award presented by Workday. This year's winners will be named at this week's Memorial Tournament in Dublin, Ohio.
Fred Haskins Award: Texas Tech senior Ludvig Aberg receives the 2023 Fred Haskins Award, which recognizes the most outstanding male NCAA Division I college golfer for the 2022-23 season. Aberg, the top-ranked player in the World Amateur Golf Rankings and No. 2 in Golfstat and Golfweek rankings, received a record number of votes.
Panther National: Announces the forthcoming completion of its new Design and Sales Center, set to open later this summer in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. The center will serve as a hub for the Panther National team to lead homeowners through bespoke design selections for all Max Strang Signature Estate home purchases. In addition, the new Design and Sales Center will also serve as Panther National’s real estate and membership sales offices.