Adena Golf & Country Club


Frank Stronach envisioned a place where families could share experiences. Where time spent together was of the highest quality. A place that could be admired, not only for its masterful craftsmanship, but its respect for the natural surroundings.
Nestled on a beautiful parcel of emerald-green grassland in the Horse Capital of the World, the Adena Golf & Country Club quietly takes in everything Ocala, Florida has to offer.


The 18-hole “Ocala Meadows” course at the Adena Golf & Country Club facility in Ocala, Florida features 7,068 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72 . Ocala Meadows golf course opened in 2015. It’s supposedly one of the most beautiful golf courses worldwide, set well integrated into the surrounding landscape.

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At Adena Grill it is the fundamental truth that a truly unforgettable dish can only be achieved by using the best ingredients. That’s why only hand selected, organic produce is used, as well as ethically raised lifestock coming from Adena Farms. It’s all done to give customers a farm-to-table experience they can savor long after the meal is finished.

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Looking to fully immerse yourself in the serenity of the Adena lifestyle? Adena offers exclusive opportunity to own a piece of property on the estate. Enjoy the beautiful vistas from the comfort of your very own custom-built, eco-friendly home.

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Soccer Academy

Frank Stronach was always a fan of soccer, since he played actively in his youth. In the year 2000 he founded the Austrian Soccer Academy.

This institution provided a professional training and support environment for young talents produced such renowned international soccer players as David Alaba and Aleksandar Dragovic, but eventually fell victim to the soccer union fuctionary politics customary in Austrian soccer. Bureaucracy and political scheming have always a source of irritation for the free spirited Frank Stronach – this endeavor is one prominent example, of what happens, when free entrepreneurial spirit goes head to head with bureaucratic systems.

Here are a few links to (german language) media coverage of the projects beginning and end:

Press release for the start of the soccer academy

Article in the Newspaper “Die Presse” regarding the political problems surrounding the end of the academy

Article in the Magazine “NEWS” with infos to the political sabotage of the successful soccer academy