7700 Lindrick Lane
Bradenton, FL 34202
The seed of what would become The Concession Golf Club was planted in 1969, with Jack Nicklaus’ famous gesture of conceding the final putt in the Ryder Cup to Tony Jacklin, clinching the first tie in the competition’s history. Decades later, the two golf legends paired up to design and create The Concession Golf Club in the Lakewood Ranch section of Manatee County. From the beginning in 2006, The Concession was designed to be different – a championship, privately-owned golf facility with no houses lining the course. The goal was to create a course where tournament conditions were the norm and the natural setting is the star. More than a decade later, the course has evolved, but the setting remains unchanged in its natural splendor.
Every luxury at The Concession emphasizes elegance. From the award-winning golf club to great fine dining, no detail has been overlooked. Peace of mind and attention to every luxurious detail make life at The Concession alluring for all. Its one-of-a-kind homes and breathtaking natural beauty places The Concession in a class by itself.
Length: 7,470 yards
Jack Nicklaus Design has drawn up more than 400 courses worldwide and The Concession Golf Club is one of about 300 which the Golden Bear designed himself. Tony Jacklin has designed seven courses worldwide. But the two World Golf Hall of Fame members and longtime friends shared this design collaboration, the only course in the world with both Nicklaus’ and Jacklin’s imprint.
The course flows across a variety of landscapes – meadows, wetlands, oak hammocks and pine forests – with spectacular bunkering and exciting green contours. The inland setting feels welcomingly remote with the course laid out over 520 acres among the towering pines and majestic oaks.