Life's Tough! Bocaire Completes Major Renovation

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Bocaire County Club in Boca Raton just completed what it calls a $10.5-Million 'Renaissance."
Bocaire County Club in Boca Raton just completed what it calls a $10.5-Million ‘Renaissance.”

Bocaire, apparently preparing for the 2016 Olympic Games.
Bocaire apparently spent some of the $10.6-million used for renovation to prepare for the 2016 Olympic Games.

BOCA RATON, FL ( — If Mitt Romney ever decides to return to Boca Raton to speak about entitlements at a country club, perhaps he’ll choose Bocaire instead of St. Andrews — the site of his infamous 2012 election-killing comment. Bocaire just completed a $10.5 Million “renaissance” that generated this press release:

Residents of the 237 homes located within Bocaire Country Club, a unique gem nestled between the heart of Boca Raton and the vitality of Delray Beach, are celebrating the recent completion of $10.5-million in major renovations.
According to Bocaire Board President Marvin Padover, the recent renovations at the country club were driven by the changing demographics. “We’re selling a lot of homes and getting a lot of new people and younger families with children,” he says. “Our goal was to bring the club into the future.”
A boutique-sized country club noted for its 300 acres of beautiful fairways, lakes and landscaped vistas, Bocaire now offers a spectacular clubhouse that is “an extension of each member’s home, something warm and inviting,” says Chief Executive Officer Russell Carlson.

Reimagined by Edward Cox Interiors of Miami, the shiny new clubhouse interior sports new sconces and carpets, plus dazzling reflection pools at the main entrance. Yet it remains a comfortable place for members to gather with friends over a glass of wine or a game of cards.

While Bocaire has long had numerous indoor and outdoor dining areas, the recently renovated country club now conveys a refreshing new ambiance offering exquisite menu selections all year long, ranging from basic home style cooking to exquisite gourmet fare – all under the watchful eye of Executive Chef Kevin Marcelle.
“All  of our meats are prime quality and if members want something that is not on the menu, we’ll prepare it for them,” he promises.
Golfers of every level have always appreciated the lack of tee times at Bocaire’s 18-hole, par-72 Joe Lee designed golf course, but now members can revel in the gorgeous new Aquatic Center, complete with “a relaxing, temperature-controlled pool area with two 75-foot dedicated lap lanes and a tranquil spa, surrounded by a 9,100-square-foot natural stone sundeck with two shaded pavilions,” according to a recent issue of Boca Piquant.
Bocaire also offers five Har-Tru tennis courts and a 4,300-square-foot Fitness Center and Spa, stocked with the latest weight training and cardio equipment and offering a variety of classes in zumba, yoga, aerobics, stretch and body sculpting.
About Bocaire Country Club:
Bocaire Country Club is located at 4989 Bocaire Boulevard, east of Military Trail between Clint Moore Road and Linton Boulevard. For more information about Bocaire, where all homes are at least 3,000 square feet on a minimum of 1/3 acre, please call 561.997.6556 or visit


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