Featuring beautiful scenery in a sub-tropical climate, Miami is a golfer's paradise with warm weather conditions year round. With a trendy nightlife, majestic beaches, and championship golf courses, Miami is a vibrant destination featuring golf courses from today's top designers.
Originally opened as Bayshore Golf Course in 1923, the course received an extensive $10 million renovation in 2002 and reopened as Miami Beach Golf Club. The City of Miami Beach hired renowned architectural firm Arthur Hills/Steve Forrest and Associates for the latest and most extensive transformation. The result is the highly regarded Miami Beach Golf Club.
With Donald J. Trump and legendary golf course architect Gil Hanse at the helm, the historic Blue Monster Course has undergone a complete redesign and restoration. The new golf course has reaffirmed its reputation as one of the most challenging and spectacular golf courses.
Located in the serene residential area of Normandy Isle, Normandy Shores Golf Club offers majestic views of Biscayne Bay. Soothing ocean breezes and a vast of array of tropical wildlife provide the backdrop for a memorable round of golf in a relaxed setting.
Miami Shores Country Club is one of the most unique South Florida golf courses. With majestic oak trees and gently rolling terrain, the historic 18 hole Red Lawrence designed championship golf course will challenge and delight golfers of all skill levels.
The Carolina Golf Club is an 18 hole championship golf course with a Devlin-VonHagge design. The prestigious Carolina Golf Club is open to the public and is known for its history and tradition, serving as a past qualifying site for the PGA Tour's Honda Classic.
The Red Course at Trump Doral requires precision and strategic thinking. With water on 14 of 18 holes, the manicured fairways meander around several lakes among Florida’s natural environment. The Red Course is beautiful and challenging without the intimidating length of many of today’s modern courses.
The Jim McLean Signature Silver Fox Course joins the infamous Blue Monster and the Great White as the third of Trump National Doral’s premier courses. The course is unique among courses in the Southeast because it presents a variety of challenges that include three of the toughest starting holes in golf. The consecutive, spectacular Par 3s named “The Bermuda Triangle” await golfers on the back 9 (13th through 15th holes).
Designed by Raymond Floyd, The Gold Course at Trump National Doral features a traditional Florida design. The course features gently contoured greens, strategic bunkering and water surrounding 16 holes. Narrow, tree lined fairways are meticulously maintained. The course is highlighted with a dramatic finish on the 18th holes par-4 island green.
Designed by Ward Northrup, Grand Palms Golf Resort features three 9-hole championship golf courses. The three distinct golf courses can be combined to create an interesting mix of playability and challenge. Recent renovations have modernized the course design and enhanced the playing conditions with new irrigation, new turfgrass and newly sculpted bunkers.
Rediscover the East Course at Jacaranda Golf Club. With a $5,000,000 budget to install new turf, irrigation, drainage and cart paths, the East Course has regained its standard of excellence. Impeccable course conditions and a fun, challenging layout make Jacaranda Golf Club one of the best golf courses in South Florida.
The West Course at Jacaranda Golf Club has been traditionally labeled a shot maker’s golf course. Course designer Bobby Weed has successfully completed a renovation of the original Mark Mahannah design. The renovated Jacaranda Golf Club is one of the best golf courses in South Florida.
Opened in 1969, Country Club of Coral Springs is situated among the native woods and waterways in one of the city’s most distinctive neighborhoods. The mature, par 71 championship golf course was designed by the renowned architectural firm of Edmund Ault & Associates.
Known as one of the best golf courses in Miami, The Senator Course at Shula’s Golf Club is a traditional course design located in the quaint town of Miami Lakes. Measuring 7,051 yards from the championship tees, this Miami golf course reopened in September 2013 following an extensive renovation project.
Surrounded by native Florida wetlands, Plantation Preserve Golf Club is a superb championship golf course in a peaceful, serene setting. Measuring 7,148 yards from the championship tees, Plantation Preserve is an Audobon Society Certified golf facility.
Inverrary Country Club has two outstanding Robert Trent Jones, Sr. golf courses where the history and tradition of 15 PGA and LPGA tournaments live on! The famed signature East Course has hosted champions like Jack Nicklaus, Johhny Miller, Lee Trevino, Tom Kite, Hale Irwin and Tom Weiskopf.
Originally opened in 1961, International Links Melreese Golf Course was redesigned in 1997 by noted golf course designer Charles Mahannah. The 135 acre lush golf course is located within close proximity to Miami International Airport.
Designed by renowned architect Donald Ross, the Biltmore Golf Course is located on the grounds of the Biltmore Hotel. Opened in 1925, The Biltmore Golf Course is a 6,800-yard, 18-hole, par-71, championship golf course.
Originally designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr., Turnberry Isle Resort in Miami features 36 holes of championship golf. The Soffer and Miller Courses have been redesigned by legendary golfer Raymond Floyd. With contoured fairways, clever doglegs, rolling greens, sculpted bunkers, strategically placed water features and a variety of elevation changes to challenge and enthrall casual golfers and enthusiasts alike, Turnberry Isle Miami is one of the best Florida golf resorts.
Opened in 1996 as the TPC of Heron Bay, the course was named one of America’s 10 best new public golf courses by Golf Digest. From 1997 thru 2002, Heron Bay Golf Club hosted the PGA TOUR’s Honda Classic. It now is the permanent site of the prestigious and historic Dixie Amateur, one of the top-ranked amateur tournaments in the world.
Designed by renowned architect Robert Trent Jones, Jr, Weston Hills Country Club is home to two magnificent golf courses. The courses have been known to test the skills of even the most serious golfer, while allowing for the recreational golfer to thoroughly enjoy the pleasures that the game has to offer.
Located on the island paradise of Key Biscayne, Crandon Golf Course is considered one of the most beautiful and challenging Florida golf courses. Originally opened in 1972, the course was redesigned in 1993 and has previously been recognized as one of the top 75 upscale courses by Golf Digest.
Designed by Joe Lee, Bonaventure Country Club recently finished receiving extensive renovations including new Tif Eagle Bermuda greens, renovated bunkers and proper drainage. With water in play on 14 of 18 holes, Bonaventure Country Club poses a fair, yet demanding test of golf.
Designed by Joe Lee, the championship Miami golf course at the Westin Diplomat Resort is a 6,800 yard par 72 design. Accented by mature Banyon and Royal Palm trees, the four sets of tees, rolling fairways and Tif Eagle greens provide a resort golf experience for all skill levels.
TPC Eagle Trace was the home of the PGA Tour's Honda Classic in the 1980's. The course features lush, rolling fairways and challenging, narrow greens. Numerous water hazards come into play throughout the round.
Designed by Bruce Devlin, Woodmont Country Club offers Fort Lauderdale golf a choice of two great championship 18-hole golf courses (Cypress and Pines). These courses provide a challenge for golfers of all skill levels. Challenging golf is blended with beautiful natural settings.