An unbelievable act of sportsmanship.

To sports enthusiasts around the globe, Jack Nicklaus conceded the final putt in the 1969 Ryder Cup which remains one of the greatest acts of sportsmanship ever. Simply referred to as “the concession,” Nicklaus’ gracious act towards fellow competitor Tony Jacklin resulted in the first tie in Ryder Cup history. Inspired by their historic moment, Nicklaus and Jacklin partnered to create The Concession Golf Club.

In association with Tony Jacklin, Jack Nicklaus designed this Signature Golf Course inspired by one of golf’s greatest moments and transformed it into one of the most-coveted memberships in golf. With no parallel fairways and each hole routed in a different direction to promote varying wind conditions, The Concession Golf Club shares a characteristic unique to only the world’s most elite courses.