Our History

In 1968, a group of men formed a Florida corporation and purchased a 600 acre tomato farm that stretched along Jog Road from Lake Worth Road to Lantana Road. The plans began with a clubhouse and just one nine-hole course (North Course) designed by Bruce Devlin and Von Hagge.

During the past 40 years, we have developed a tomato patch into one of the premier country club communities in South Florida.  In 2003 the Fountains community voted for Mandatory Membership the single most important trend in the Florida Club industry. And so, after years of development and improvements, our community and its members have grown and so have the friendships.

At present, the most exciting accomplishment within the Fountains is being witness to the second and third generation family members who have relocated here from all over the country to make this friendly and welcoming neighborhood their home. The fortitude and unity within Fountains Country Club provides a strong basis for continued growth and prosperity.