I don't know about you, but I plan on cranking up my yacht, throwing my golf clubs under the chandeliers in the main salon and heading over to Sailfish Point. Of course, I'll have my crew members load up some caviar and champagne for the trip.
What, you don't have a yacht? Sorry you poor, dirty person, this blog isn't for you.
It's true, Sailfish Point is having a "Yacht and Play" package for those rich enough to own a yacht and lucky enough to be a golfer.
Sailfish Point is described as a "sea-island" community on Hutchinson Island in Stuart. It's a very private, upscale place, as you might imagine, and the golf course is described as "extremely private."
Which means you don't need tee times. The very rich are different from you and me.
Seriously, this appears to be a good deal. The course is a Jack Nicklaus design that plays along the ocean and the Indian River. It is said to have water on every hole, whether it be ocean, river or pond, and is a touch under 7,000 yards.
They completed it in 1981, and Nicklaus returned in 2007 to renovate it, earning honors from Golf Digest as one of the top remodeled courses of 2008.
The package costs $699 per couple plus tax. For that, you get three days and two nights aboard your yacht docked at their marina, two rounds of golf, two dinners and three lunches. One may assume you won't be dining on hot dogs and bratwurst.
There is also a private beach, oceanfront clubhouse, spa and tennis center, among other amenities.
You'll also take a real estate tour to look at all the million-dollar, waterfront homes. Call 772-225-6200 for more information. Try calling collect, see what happens.