Former New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has joined the famed Seminole Golf Club in Juno Beach, Florida, according to GolfWeek.
This news comes several weeks after Brady left the Patriots to join the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in free agency and days after he reportedly moved into the mansion of New York Yankees legend Derek Jeter in Davis Islands.
According to GolfWeek, the drive to Seminole from Brady’s new home is over three hours.
While in New England, Brady was a member at The Country Club at Brookline.
Brady in the News
Brady left the Patriots on the first day of NFL’s free agency to sign with the Bucs for $50 million guaranteed over two seasons.
Last weekend it was rumored and then reported that Brady would be joining Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Peyton Manning as part of an exhibition golf match for charity.
No set date for the match has been confirmed.
Earlier this week, Brady and his family rented Jeter’s mansion.
About Seminole Golf Club
Seminole is a private Donald Ross designed course which will host the Walker Cup in 2021.
The course, designed in 1929, spans 6,836 yards and is a par 72.
In January of 2019, Golf Digest ranked Seminole as the 12th best course in the country, out of 100.