Founded in 1989, The Club at Gateway was envisioned as the centerpiece to the new Westinghouse Gateway Development. World-renowned architect Tom Fazio was commissioned to design the course. The course debuted on the Golf Digest list of Top 100 Courses. During the summer of 2013, Fazio returned to oversee course improvements including re-grassing of the course with "Celebration Bermuda" and the greens with "TifEagle" hybrid turf. Additionally, Ron Garl was brought in to redesign the driving range into a trendsetting "Golf Improvement Practice Facility." In March of 2018, the Equity Members, with a 98.6% vote, sold the Club to Lifestyle Management Group of Florida. Under new ownership, over $5 million has been spent on the clubhouse renovations project and Members do not pay assessments.