Golf Courses in Miami
Golf holidays USA – Miami has much to offer as a tourist destination, with its beautiful beaches, art deco architecture, and glittering nightlife. But golfers will only have eyes for the world-famous courses that call the city home, the two most famous of which are the Trump National Doral and Trump International Golf Club West Palm Beach.
Trump National Doral Miami
Trump National Doral Miami currently has 72 holes of golf and features four championship golf courses, Blue Monster, Golden Palm, Red Tiger, and Silver Fox. Doral’s signature course is the Blue Monster. The golf resort was founded in 1962 by Alfred Kaskel and has played host to a number of important tournaments, including the Doral Open on the PGA tour and the WGC-Cadillac Championship, among others.
The Blue Monster
This course has been completely redesigned by Gil Hanse and features deep bunkers, long fairways, interesting greens, challenging water hazards, and deep Bermuda rough.
The Golden Palm
The design quality and attention to detail make The Golden Palm a true championship course with its wide-open vistas, tree-lined fairways, and contoured greens.
The Red Tiger
Named by the late Jackie Gleason, the Red Tiger has undergone dramatic changes under the guidance of Gil Hanse, making it an exciting challenge for golfers of all abilities.
The Silver Fox
One of the most demanding courses in the United States, the Silver Fox course incorporates water hazards into 17 of the 18 holes, along with striking white-sand bunkers that ensure a difficult approach to the green.
PGA National Golf Club West Palm Beach
The Championship Course in West Palm Beach, designed by Jim Fazio, was opened in 1999. It’s been rated the number 1 golf course in Florida by Florida Golf Magazine, and every year continues to hold a spot in the top 50 in Golf Digest and Golf Magazine.
Built in the beautiful West Palm Beach area, the course has been home to the The Honda Classic in the past and is unique in that it features six tees per hole for players to choose form. The iconic design combines a southern oak forest with a variety of tropical plants and palms that are synonymous with the region.