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With balmy temperatures and sunny skies year-round, plus an enviable collection of more than 20 public and private courses, Miami offers visiting golfers plenty of opportunities to perfect their play. Whether you decide to pack your clubs or rent them while you’re here, don’t miss the opportunity to tee off on some of Florida’s most challenging and scenic courses.

Miami’s public courses, which rank among the best in the region, do not require a membership fee to play. Miami Beach Golf Club, for example, has welcomed out-of-towners to the challenging narrow fairways on its par-72, 18-hole course since 1923. Its location, just minutes from the sands of South Beach, is perfect for a beach-and-bunker day. Crandon Golf Course on Key Biscayne is popular for its challenging sand traps and holes that overlook Biscayne Bay and offer sweeping views of Miami’s skyline.

Jetting in on a quick trip? International Links Miami Melreese Country Club adjoins Miami International Airport. The 14th hole on its Tifdwarf grass course is notoriously challenging, so don’t be distracted by low-flying aircraft! When it comes to resort courses, few are as iconic as the 18-hole, par-71 links at The Biltmore, a historic hotel in the neighborhood of Coral Gables. Play a round on its Bermuda grass fairways and reward yourself afterward with a refreshing dip in the largest hotel pool in the continental United States.

The Blue Monster, played by Jack Nicklaus, Greg Norman and Tiger Woods in tournaments over the years, is the best known of the quartet of 18-hole courses at Trump National Doral Miami. Its final hole is widely acknowledged as one of the most difficult in the world. In Kendall, the Miccosukee Golf & Country Club has hosted PGA and LPGA events on its 27-hole, par-72 course, and has a driving range that can accommodate up to 50 golfers.

Great Golf at Miami’s Public Courses

Miami's Unforgettable Golf Courses
Miami's Unforgettable Golf Courses

Miami's Unforgettable Golf Courses

If time on the golf course is a goal of your Florida vacation, you've come to the right place in sunny Miami.
PGA TOUR | Latinoamérica Shell Open
PGA TOUR | Latinoamérica Shell Open

PGA TOUR | Latinoamérica Shell Open

Golfing in Miami

Trump National Doral Miami

Trump National Doral is home to four championship courses, including the Red Tiger (named for Jackie Gleason) and the Blue Monster, one of Florida’s most iconic golf courses. 

JW Marriott Turnberry Resort & Spa

Named a “Best Resort Course” by Golfweek, this Aventura resort offers two 18-hole Raymond Floyd-redesigned courses with contoured fairways and strategically placed water features.

Crandon Park, the only public golf course on Biscayne Bay, has been rated by Golfweek as one of its top 10 courses. Its 7th hole has been called one of the greatest holes in golf.

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