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Royal Palm Yacht & Country Club
2425 Maya Palm Drive West
Boca Raton, FL 33432

Phone: 561.395.2100
Fax:     561.395.3612
Reservation Line: 561.395.2202
 Dining Reservations 
 FCYC Clubs 
A listing of all FCYC Clubs and their phone numbers.
 Fitness Brochure 
 Fitness Services 
Personal Training, Pilates, Yoga, Fitness Profile Evaluation and more
 Florida Council of Yacht Clubs Website 
 Group Exercise Schedule 
January 2017
 Guest Policies Overview 
 Homepage Marina Slide Gallery 
 A Club for
a Lifetime 
Royal Palm Yacht & Country Club enjoys a rich heritage as one of South Florida's premier private clubs and offers members an unusual level of camaraderie, diverse facilities and a wide-range of activities to celebrate friendships and a deep sense of community.
 Play the best round of your life. 
The redesign of Royal Palm was very rewarding. We were able to create an entirely new course that offers challenge for all levels of play. The 7,003 yards from the back tees will test any professional or amateur.
Read about Golf at Royal Palm
 Set sail from the Marina. 
Situated in a safe and well-protected bay, with ocean access only minutes away, the Royal Palm Yacht Club provides first class service to its yachting members. The Marina can accommodate vessels from 18’ to over 100’ and provides full-time concierge services along with reciprocal privileges at 35 other private South Florida yacht clubs.
Read more about our Boca Raton Marina
 The Finest In Dining 
Our Executive Chef and his culinary team prepare dishes from around the world using the freshest ingredients, flavored with herbs from our own garden.
Read about Dining at Royal Palm
Royal Palm’s approach to fitness is much more than building strength or burning calories. Our Seven Dimensions of Wellness program is an all-encompassing philosophy of health for life.
Upcoming classes and events
 Fun Family Events at Royal Palm 
Sprout, our Junior Palmer’s mascot, leads the way to all the fun year-round events and family activities at our South Florida clubhouses. With sports clinics, day camps, Kids' Club Rooms, holiday and birthday celebrations, there's always something fun happening for our Junior Palmers!
Upcoming youth and family events
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 Junior Golf Clinics 
November through April
 Junior Golf Private Lessons 
Year Round
 Massage and Facial Pricing Menu 
 Membership Information Update 
The Club will be publishing a Membership Roster in 2017, and would like to ensure that we have your most updated and correct information to print in this directory. Please fill out this form by January 30.
 Men's Group 
Since its recent inception in 2010, Royal Palm’s Men’s Club has been focused on the task of informing, enlightening and enjoying.
 Platinum Club 
Royal Palm Yacht & Country Club is striving to be recognized as a Platinum Club by Club Leaders Forum. Platinum Clubs are regarded as America's 200 most highly admired private clubs.

What Makes a Club Platinum?

1. A History of Excellence

The top private clubs have been around for a long time. Many were founded over a century ago. Some, from their inception, and many others through accumulated passage of time, have been recognized by all who know them as being domiciles of excellence. Whether this heritage is perpetuated in a formal mission statement or informally passed along within its membership and staff, it is deeply imbued in the fortunate who belong or work there. The membership and staff alike consider the perpetuation of this history of excellence as a mission.

2. The Quality of Membership
No club can be great without having great members. This means a membership that represents the best qualities of those communities in which the club exists. Acceptance and compatibility transcend all discriminating issues. Members like each other and the staff that serves them. They are knowledgeable about matters that affect the club and treat the facilities as though they were their own - which, in a real sense, they are. Great members care so much about their club that they work hard to attract prospective new members who are equally great.

3. The Condition of its Facilities
A celebrated golf course or magnificent clubhouse by themselves do not make a club great. Rather it is the total array of facilities, their general excellence and fulfillment of member needs in every area of function and activity. These clubs invest on a regular and planned basis in the maintenance, supervision, and replacement of grounds, plant and equipment. They ensure that each piece of equipment and every facility is well maintained. They do not have to be brand new.

4. The Caliber of its Professional Staff
Many is the club with rich heritage and renowned amenities that does not qualify as a great club. Without a staff of equally high quality, such a club is missing on its most important cylinders. This excellence must be as well exhibited by the newest dishwasher or waiter as it is by the club's longest tenured staff. The club will be recognized in its community as a good place to work, where the pay, benefits, environment of work, and job security are attested to as excellent year after year. Ladies and gentlemen serving ladies and gentlemen is a maxim of the finest clubs.

5. Enlightenment and Consistent Governance
Great clubs are led by presidents, owners, and directors who understand that their roles are strategic and policy setting. It is the professional staff that carries out the policies and day-to-day operations. Boards of this caliber work hard at ensuring that there is continuity of effort and direction, term after term. The nominating committee or owner takes their work seriously, ensuring that the best qualified members serve on the board - and that the board itself is broadly representative of the club membership as a whole.

6. Adaptable to Changing Times
As social institutions, clubs themselves undergo change - gradual as they will be. A club that resists this, sometimes because of restrictive bylaws or the resistance of elements on the board or in the membership, will slowly wither and eventually perish as members join more vital clubs or quit. Great clubs work at anticipating their members' - and prospective new members' - needs and interests. Such clubs have a mission statement that says who they are and a strategic plan that says where they want to be. Great clubs view this plan not simply as a document to put on the shelf and refer to periodically but as a road map that they are now moving along.

7. Member Devotion to their Club's Distinctive Culture
Great clubs celebrate their heritage and religiously observe their time-honored traditions. They know that the member/guest golf event is always the third weekend in June, that the general manager gets dunked at the year-end pool party, and that all the ladies at the annual president's ball must be wearing yellow rose corsages. There is pride and togetherness in observing traditions and practices handed down through generations of members - oftentimes the older and more non-sensical they seem, the better. There is a true cult of culture in great clubs and it is stringently observed.

8. A Spirit of Generosity in its Community
Many of America's premier private clubs were founded around a spirit of giving to its community or the nation. This is particularly true of great clubs such as the Union League of Chicago and the Union League of Philadelphia. Others have developed their philanthropic and participatory relationships with cause and community through the caring nature of members and over the passage of time. Their motivations for acts of generosity are not done to generate overt publicity for themselves but in the spirit of genuine care - with as little publicity as possible.

9. Prudent Fiscal Management
No institution of any kind can go through decades and generations without, from time to time, encountering serious financial challenges. Many a great club barely survived the Great Depression or the dues deductibility issue of the late 1980's. Great clubs have had the wisdom to plan well and invest well. Initiation fees go into a capital, not operating fund. Dues and other costs are set to fund operations, improvements, and depreciation, so that member services and facilities are maintained at an affordable and exceptional level. Their boards understand the need for regular dues increases and occasional assessments.

10. Universal Acknowledgement of Greatness
Great clubs are widely known as such by the strata of American society that frequent private clubs and are well traveled. They tout them universally. This perception extends well beyond a club's community or the venue (i.e., a great golf course, etc.) for which it is best known. From time to time a great club will have a poor leader board - or even a bad apple or two in the membership - but the truly great clubs are like great families. They possess the wisdom to progress, cope, and have fun being together. The future for any great club is what it always has been: The ability to attract and retain the greatest new members it possibly can.

 Private Events 
Do you have a question about fitness or spa services? Call the Fitness Front Desk at (561) 391-7679 or email fitness@rpycc.org.
 Robo Vault 
Need some place to put your valuables?
 Royal Palm Car Wash 
Each Saturday from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm at the Country Club
 Skin Care 
 Spars & Pars 

January 2017

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 Specials for Mom! 

Fitness Center | May 6, 7, 8

Being a mom can be one of the most rewarding feelings in the world, so to honor the moms of RPYCC, for every service booked on May 6, 7 or 8, we will add a little extra pampering just for you! Receive a complimentary lavender paraffin hand treatment on us!

 The Club 
 Tide Chart 


 Weddings & Events 
 WGA Booklet 
WGA Booklet
 WGA Website 
WGA Website
 Yachting Club of America 
We have partnered with Yachting Club of America
 Family Fun Gallery 1 
 Flag Etiquette 
 Homepage Fitness, Pool & Spa Gallery 1 
 Member Photo Update 
Member Photo Update
 Skincare Serum Add-On 

These high-end sterilized serum formulations are made of active ingredients with adjusted pH for the face and body. There’s a variety of Fusion serums that help combat:

  • Expression lines and wrinkles
  • Anti-ageing
  • Pigmentation disorders
  • Revitalization
  • Skin tightening
  • Acne, scars, stretch mark
  • Cellulite

Your esthetician will talk to you and make recommendations to enhance the results of your spa treatments.
Serum Add-On : $15 and up.

Contact Maria at fitness@rpycc.org or (561) 391-7679.

 Summer with the Hillsboro Club 
As special guests of the HIllsboro Club's General Manager, you can enjoy the beaches and dining of this wonderful, classic club.

 Tennis Programs Brochure 
Tennis Programs
 Women's Club Events 
2016-2017 Season
As Amended March 2016
 Dining Experience Survey 

We care what you think!

The Dining Experience Survey is just a click away, and we want to hear what you have to say!

 Family Fun Gallery 2 
 Group Fitness Calendar 

May 2015

Click here to view the calendar.

 You can always contact the Fitness Center at (561) 391-7679 or fitness@rpycc.org.

 Homepage Fitness, Pool & Spa Gallery 2 
 Team Tennis Booklet 2015-2016 
Team Tennis Booklet
 Boaters' Handbook 
Boaters' Handbook
 Family Fun Gallery 3 
 Homepage Fitness, Pool & Spa Gallery 3 
 MLD (Manual Lymphatic Drainage) Massage 
Recommended for overall health
 Family Fun Gallery 4 
 Ultimate Body Shaping Treatment 
3 to 6 Treatments Recommended
 Chin and Dip Machine 

The new assisted chin and dip machines is here!

It's a great way for anyone to get the benefits of doing pull ups and dips with the proper amount of resistance.

We also have new upright bikes and two octane pieces that are being demo'ed. Come by and check them out.

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 Father's Day 

Sunday - June 19

Celebrate Dad and get in a delicious meal before you take off for a day of fun (or relaxation!).

Fathers receive a complimentary Mimosa or Bloody Mary during our Father's Day Brunch, and also a free draft beer at the Sunday Night BBQ. Well deserved, Dad!

Dining Reservations at (561) 395-2200 or reservation@rpycc.org

 Golf Shop Sale 

Continues in the Golf Shop

Who doesn't love summer sales? Stop by the Golf Shop for savings of 30% off almost all logo items, plus there are 50% and 75% off sale racks.

 Family Fun Gallery 6 
 Family Fun Gallery 7 
 In-House Massage 

Monday, Wednesday and Friday
8:00 am - 12:00 pm

Book a relaxing massage with the Club's new massage therapist, Jenna Summer, by calling the Fitness Center at (561) 391-767.

 Wimbleton Tennis Mixer 

Sunday - July 3
9:00 am - 11:00 am
On our Grass Courts
Wimbleton whites, please!

To register, contact Coach Craig at (561) 245-4503 or cwittus@rpycc.org.

 4th of July Celebration 

Monday - July 4

9:00 am
 Golf Scramble
11:30 am - 2:30 pm

BBQ in the Palm Room

Please note that the Fitness Center will be open from 7:00 am - 12:00 pm, no group exercise classes will be held.

 Golf Guide 
Golf Guide
 Guest Policies 
Definitions and Privileges
 JP Calendar of Events 
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 Junior Palmers' Tennis 
 Club Closed 

Tuesday - July 5

Due to the 4th of July Celebrations on Monday, the Club and the Golf Course will be closed on Tuesday - July 5.

 Junior Palmer Laser Tag Camp 
Monday - February 16

 Golf and Tennis Focused Summer Camp 

July 7 - 15

This half day camp is for the Junior Palmer looking to take their game to the next level. Register today for limited engagement, action filled program.

 Golf Course Aerifications 
July 25 - 29

Closing for five days July will allow staff the time to perform much needed processes.

Please continue to repair ball marks, fill divots, and obey all course signage so that everyone can enjoy their golfing experience at Royal Palm!

 Driving to our Sister FCYC Clubs 
View the Miles
 Women's Club Booklet 
Women's Club Booklet
 Yachting Activities & Events 
2016 • 2017
 Kids' Summer Tennis 
Every Wednesday
 Training Pricing 
 Women's Club 
Board of Governors / 2016-2017
 WGA Season Events 
 Art Classes 
Ongoing until April 24
 Dance Classes 
Begins January 10
 Bridge Lessons 
Begins January 20
 Clair Winters Bridge Tournament 
January 24 & 31
 Wellness' Workshops 
Meditation Series & Brain Gain
 Happiness Class 
Women's Club Event
Wednesday - January 25
 Country Night 
Kenny Chesney Tribute Band
Friday - January 27
 Bocce Tournament 
Saturday & Sunday - January 28 & 29
 Golf Shop Demo Day 
Sunday - February 12
 Golf Fittings 
 Men's Golf Association 
2016 Summer Events
 Club-Wide Dress Code 
 WGA Member/Guest 
March 9 & 10
 Eastern Caribbean Voyage 
Departs February 4, 2017 from Miami
 Upcoming Events - Click the link for the Homepage 
Yacht Club Enhancement Project

Golf & Croquet

  Dining & Social





Thursday - June 16  Friday - June 17
 Saturday - June 18


Adult Tennis Clinic


Adult Cardio Tennis Clinic

Sunday - June 19
 Monday - June 20
 Tuesday - June 21

Father's Day Brunch Buffet
   & BBQ Dinner


Golf Course Closed

Wednesday - June 22
 Thursday - June 23
 Friday - June 24


 Adult Tennis Clinic
Saturday - June 25
 Sunday - June 26
 Monday - June 27
Adult Cardio Tennis Clinic
Team Tennis Clinic
Junior Tennis Clinics
Junior Golf Clinic



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