Miami Beach Golf Club
Miami Beach Golf Club overview
Situated near the world-famous shores of Miami Beach, the Miami Beach Golf Club is an enjoyable course that provides golfers an overall memorable experience. The club has a driving range and short game practice area as well as a stocked pro shop with essentials for your round. The onsite restaurant and bar offers everything from appetizers and salads to sandwiches and grill food, ideal for grabbing a bite to eat and drink after your round.
Miami Beach Golf Course overview
Surrounded by palm trees and designed by Arthur Hills, the course at Miami Beach Golf Club features a lot of water, typical for a Florida course. In fact, 17 holes at Miami Beach Golf Club have at least one water hazard in its design. Other notable features Arthur Hills used are strategically placed bunkers and trees which come into play by blocking out a player’s approach angles.
The club underwent a $10 million renovation in the early 2000s to help keep it up to standard. The course received new grass, a state-of-the-art irrigation system, and re-sculpted bunkers.
Reminiscent of the 17th Hole at TPC Sawgrass, the 17th Hole at Miami Beach Golf Club is a 169-yard par-3 which requires a tee shot over a large lake to an island-like green which is fronted by a large horseshoe bunker.