Miami Beach Florida Golf Courses

Bayshore Golf Course
Bayshore Municipal Golf Course Par 3
Haulover Beach Park Golf Course
Indian Creek Country Club
La Gorce Country Club
Normandy Shores Golf Course


Featured Golf Course Review:
Normandy Shores Golf Course -- Rick O'Shea - Trees, lots of trees
Review by: Walrus Jr. My goodness is what I can say about this course. Greens were slow in the morning but when the sun started to come up they became incredibly fast. Never having played this course before was a serious disadvantage. Water seems to find it's way to your ball and the trees seem to reach out and grab you at times. My first time was enjoyable and I'm sure it would be enjoyable for you as well. I plan to go back again and tackle this course one more time.
From Miami, Fl USA

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Haulover Beach Park Golf Course -- Good for the short game
Review by: Big Bad Bob Great for beginners, kids, and people who need to work on their short game. If you've got an hour to kill, you can play this short course. Good practice for the short game. Longest hole is 120 yards. I take an 8 and 9 iron, wedges, and my putter. Greens were very, very slow, they needed mowing desperately, but over all I took my six year old son and we had a great time.
From Miami, Florida

Bayshore Golf Course -- Nice, but expensive
Review by: rcf Recently renamed Miami Beach Golf Club, Bayshore Golf Course, one of the oldest courses in the area, has just undergone a major renovation. The facility was closed for almost a year while the city of Miami Beach poured much needed money into this old muni. The course emerged a nicely manicured track that is inviting and challenging. Wide open fairways still dominate the layout, and the par three’s continue to be routine. The renovation did not add length from the tips, but water is definitely in play almost everywhere. The renovation did add heftily to the cost of play, making this course one of the more expensive municipal facilities around, even in the off-season. Be prepared to pay between $85 to $185 depending on what time of the year you play. The Club also offers annual memberships, but these too are relatively high for a semi-private facility. The bottom line is that the newly transformed Miami Beach Golf Club does not stand up to the better courses in South Florida, but is now charging just about as much. This is a nice course to play, but there are much better values in the area.
From Ft. Lauderdale




Back