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Country Club of Miami is comprised of two beautifully manicured Florida golf courses, with lush fairways, and 36 championship holes. A Robert Trent Jones design, the club was founded in 1961, with Arnold Palmer as its first professional. As Country...more
Overall good experience....conditions were decent....tight and challenging course...played the west course....lots of water!!! No cart girl, that was disappointing.....greens were decent....overall slightly better than average.....
Played here on a Friday, noon tee time. Though we had three foursomes ahead of us, we were still able to finish 18 in 4 1/2 hours. The title sums up the condition of the course. We played the 'easier' East course. Water in play...More
The conditions on the course were excellent, especially given the fact that it had rained a lot the previous few days. Pace of play was good, I was a twosome and the foursome in front of us let us pass as soon as we caught...More
we played West course as the other one was undergoing maintenance. Lots of water hazards. the place is well maintained and greens are in a good shape/fast. you need to hit the ball straight otherwise you are in trouble. difficult course but enjoyable.
Our usual club was full so we popped in for a round of golf. If you watch your times you can get a great deal on the golf. It is winter so the majority of courses in Miami are dry and the greens can be...More
You get for what you pay for at this course and I guess the green fees are cheap enough twilight or weekdays. Don't pay over $40 to play this course, its not worth the dime. Save your money and go to Plantation Preserve, or if...More